3rd Global FIlm Festival, Noida

International Film & Television Club (IFTC) is organizing the 3rd Global Film Festival; Noida from 12 to 14th November, 2010 at Marwah Studios, Film City, Noida.

The film festival will be focusing on the theme of children this year by bringing in films from diverse country such as Iran, France, America, Spain and U.K. The opening film of festival will be a Japanese Anime film, Nitobeh and the closing will be a Spanish Masterpiece Spirit of the beehive.

The festival is also organizing seminars and workshops that will be held throughout the 3 days. The prominent topics to be explored in seminars are Commercial Viability of Children Films (Headed by renowned director Mr. Sudhir Mishra), Are animation films for children only (by Mr. Kundan Shah) and How to make children films available in Multiplexes (By Ms. Sai Paranjpye). The workshops will be held on Delhi: A venue for shooting films, Cinema and social Responsibility and Children Films not a child’s play to be taken by Mr. Sudhir Mishra, Mr. Kundan Shah and Ms. Sai Paranjpye respectively.

Each day will also have networking lunch open for all attendees along with dinner. Attendees and students will have the opportunity to interact with film directors.

The film festival has been programmed by Cine Darbaar. The festival on children has been programmed keeping in mind the various facets of childhood- its confusions, the first love, generation gap & the general cheerfulness of it all. Cine Darbaar has been programming various such festivals throughout the city and is engrossed in creating a space for good cinema in the country.

Global Film Festival is the only film festival in NCR that offers international cinema. IFTC has been engaged in promoting cinema by conducting seminars, symposiums, national & international film festivals. Previously organized editions include focus on peace and spirituality in 2008 & Documentary films in 2009, which brought world cinema to the city Noida successfully.

12th November, 2010 10:30 AM
Nitobah, Japan,
12th November, 2010, 2:30 PM
Blue Umbrella by Vishal Bharadwaj, India, 2006, 90 Min
12th November, 2010, 4:00 PM
400 Blows by Francois Truffaut, France, 1959, 99 Min
12th November, 2010, 6:30 PM
Ivan’s Childhood by Andrei Tarkovsky, Russia, 1962, 95 Min.
13th November, 2010, 12:00 PM
The Bicycle Thieves by Vittorio De Sica, Italy, 93 Min 1948
13th November, 2010, 4:00 PM
Baduk by Majid Majidi, Iran, 1992, 90 Min.
13th November, 2010, 6:30 PM
Mouchette by Robert Bresson, France, 1967, 78 Min
14th November, 2010, 12:00 PM
Kirikou et les sauvages by Ocelot Michel, France, 2000, 75 Min
14th November, 2010, 4:00 PM
Bellisimia, by Luchino Visconti, Italy, 1951, 115 Min
14th November, 2010, 6:30 PM
The Spirit of the beehive by Victor Erice, Spain, 1973, 97 Min


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