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“They were all students who started this magazine,” Ciment explained of Positif’s earliest days. “The characteristic of it was amateurism, not in the bad sense of the word, but in the good sense of ‘to love.’ People who loved movies….

Michel Ciment, editor Postif

Website updates:

The basic philosophy of our first issue was to give an overview on different aspects of cinema in India and the world. And this is something we plan to continue. Before more in-depth topics are covered at large.

The Iranian Film Festival ended in a high with Majid Majid Baduk, a movie that left everyone sitting in the screening hall wanting more of Iranian films. A full report on the event will soon be coming on the site.

1) AIESIC+ Us- We've tied up with AIESIC to spread the awareness, information on cinema across the country. We are hoping that in coming months with the largest youth organization, we will be able to reach out to maximum young- school and college going students and spread an awareness our capmapign.

AIESIC- The world's largest student organization, is the international platform for young people to discover and develop their potential so as to have a positive impact on society.

2) Cinephile Meeting: Patna- Different topics were discussed, do check it out especially for the take on Slumdog Millionaire”

2) Dev D review- an interesting discussion is taking place, Mr Anurag Kashyap was gracious enough to leave a comment:

“Someone asked me to read this review and i was reading it till i realised you are the same trio that was chased out of PFC.. well sorry..wrong site”


There is an interesting article and discussion brewing on Truffaut’s manifesto by Harrytuttle.

3) The Subscribe and RSS are working now

Folks we encourage discussion, discovery so we hope you do comment, and our forum will up soon too.

And hopefully in times to come we are coming up with some exciting ways of learning, and growing film festival events. Look out for upcoming Contest.

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