The Indian Auteur website launches.

FINALLY…persistence paid. Days of dilemmas, confusion, indecision, uncertainty, and countless embarrassed postponements later, the group managed to strike the first death knell finally, as it launched(the beta version) of its own website,www., in the wee hours of the morning, on 12th Feb 2009.

The inaugural issue features reviews, the much-read Delhi Manifesto, details of upcoming events by the group, and the various extensive, and exhaustive features on various topics related to the state of Indian cinema. The issue also touches upon an unique topic of Film Education to inform and help Indian readers get acquainted with different styles, forms of cinema and film criticism. Harrytuttle, French cinephile author of Screenville talks about Truffuat and his manifesto in the first issue.

The group held a little party to commemorate a sort of an official announcement of the launch, on the morning of 12th Feb, at Café Turtle, situated in Khan Market. The launch had as its chief guest, Dr.Ziaei, Director, Iran Culture House; alongwith a few members of the group.

"Congratulations to them. Best wishes, and hope they grow as great writers and filmmakers in an international film event", said Dr.Ziaei.

-Press Release.

The Cinephile Meeting in Digobi Assam, India was a great success. More details on the proceeding will come soon. Keep checking the site.


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Indian Auteur.


Jagriti said…
Great work guys, looking for the site to evolve, I'm sure it would. And plenty of reading material ahead...hoping to interact more.
Anonymous said…
Sushant Kaura, Shashank Kumar, Pradhumn Choubey

Take a bow.

Absolutely fantastic design. Light on resources. Easy navigation. I spent a long time adoring it before I started reading.

Hearty wishes for a bright road ahead - for all...

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