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  1. Aud.Fr Lead Only Female(18-27yr) Comdy serl on DD, Drs- Any, tim-11-2pm only, Add- 301, Andheri Wadar (Mohini Grace) veera dasai road nr police chauki, Andheri (w), info Pavan (9594475616)
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    From the album: Choksi Bungalow

    Choksi Bungalow is an old almost heritage bungalow in Santa Cruz West, Mumbai. It has beautiful vintage furniture, chequered floor, and the right feeling for a 1950s or earlier villa in India. choksi, bungalow, santa, cruz, west, mumbai,
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    From the album: Choksi Bungalow

    Choksi Bungalow is an old almost heritage bungalow in Santa Cruz West, Mumbai. It has beautiful vintage furniture, chequered floor, and the right feeling for a 1950s or earlier villa in India. choksi, bungalow, santa, cruz, west, mumbai,
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    From the album: Choksi Bungalow

    Choksi Bungalow is an old almost heritage bungalow in Santa Cruz West, Mumbai. It has beautiful vintage furniture, chequered floor, and the right feeling for a 1950s or earlier villa in India. choksi, bungalow, santa, cruz, west, mumbai,
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    From the album: Choksi Bungalow

    Choksi Bungalow is an old almost heritage bungalow in Santa Cruz West, Mumbai. It has beautiful vintage furniture, chequered floor, and the right feeling for a 1950s or earlier villa in India. choksi, bungalow, santa, cruz, west, mumbai,
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    From the album: Choksi Bungalow

    Choksi Bungalow is an old almost heritage bungalow in Santa Cruz West, Mumbai. It has beautiful vintage furniture, chequered floor, and the right feeling for a 1950s or earlier villa in India. choksi, bungalow, santa, cruz, west, mumbai,
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    From the album: Choksi Bungalow

    Choksi Bungalow is an old almost heritage bungalow in Santa Cruz West, Mumbai. It has beautiful vintage furniture, chequered floor, and the right feeling for a 1950s or earlier villa in India. choksi, bungalow, santa, cruz, west, mumbai,
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    From the album: Choksi Bungalow

    Choksi Bungalow is an old almost heritage bungalow in Santa Cruz West, Mumbai. It has beautiful vintage furniture, chequered floor, and the right feeling for a 1950s or earlier villa in India. choksi, bungalow, santa, cruz, west, mumbai,
  10. Manhattan Short Film Festival (MSFF) has called in all Indian filmmakers to send in their short film entries to compete at the global film festival. This year, Festival Director Anil Sadarangani has collaborated with Mumbai-based PR, to bring MANHATTAN SHORT to India in the last week of September 2013. All the films in India languages, other than English must have subtitles. Deadline for entries is July 31, 2013. Established in New York City in 1998, this is the fourth consecutive year that Manhattan Short comes to India. Interested filmmakers must send their films directly to New York.
  11. THE 3rd INDIAN SCREENWRITERS' CONFERENCE UNTOLD STORIES SCREENWRITING AND THE TRUTH OF OUR TIMES Venue: St. Andrew's Auditorium, Bandra (W), Mumbai Dates: February 25, 26, 27, 2013, 10AM to 6PM First day: While Indian cinema and TV has been making rapid strides of progress in recent years, expanding the bandwidth of creative and professional freedom ever so often, there are also unanswered questions coming up: How much of India's changing social reality does popular entertainment really reflect? Have our stories become allergic to the real issues surrounding us? And, if at all, we use them for dramatic purposes, how are they really represented? What is the impact of that? The terrible gang rape in December triggered off a national debate where one pertinent question repeatedly being asked is: How does popular cinema and TV portray women and the gender equation? Why has machismo become so integral to the definition of the new hero? And, what are the subliminal messages leaking out of our scripts? FWA believes that it's time for some soul-searching! Screenwriters, as the original architects of narratives that engage the popular imagination, must get discuss and reflect on such issues, and collectively introspect on the question of social responsibility of our profession. (Respected social scientist Shiv Vishwanathan will deliver the keynote address.) Second day: The Conference will showcase the new and interesting work being done by screenwriters in cinema and TV. How are older conventions being challenged, and broken? What is the new ground being charted by these emerging voices? What does that imply for the future of Indian screenwriting? Third day: The newly amended Copyright Act has caused much exultation, and also some confusion. Top legal experts will demystify it and explain its implications for film and TV writers. And then, the Minimum Basic Contract, which FWA has negotiated with the producers associations, will be announced and explained. 850 screenwriters and writer-directors are expected to participate. This is the most important event for screenwriting in the country, and ought to impact the profession in a significant way. Confirmed participants include: Salim Khan, Javed Akhtar, Gulzar, Ashutosh Gowariker, Anurag Basu, Rakeysh Mehra, Govind Nihalani, Sriram Raghavan, Sudhir Mishra, Amit Khanna, Vipul Shah, Jabbar Patel, Vikramaditya Motwani, Bejoy Nambiar, Abbas Tyrewala, Amole Gupte, Habib Faisal, Navdeep Singh, Girish Kulkarni, Umesh Kulkarni, Lekh Tandon, Abhishek Sharma, Shridhar Raghavan, Kumararaja (Aranya Kandam), Rituparno Ghosh, Hariharan, Urmi Juvekar, Ishita Moitra, Manu Rishi Chadha, Leena Yadav, Prasoon Joshi, and others. More confirmations are rolling in every day. Will you be there? Also, Tom Schulman (Oscar winner for 'Dead Poets Society') and Rebecca Kessinger (Asst. Executive Director of Writers' Guild of America) will be there as our guests since FWA and WGA are planning several collaborative initiatives. Since seats are filling up fast, we suggest that you visit www.fwa.co.in and register. If there is a problem, e-mail screenwritersconference@gmail.com Screenwriters, this is our chance! If you want to make a difference, be there! Note: Only FWA members can attend the Conference. (So, if you are not a member yet, become one!)
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  13. Truelight is a company owned and operated by professional film technicians. We offer a one-stop lighting system. From trucks to generators, HMIs to Kino Flos, dollies to dedos- and if we don’t have it, we can get it. Although our standard package comes in a fully loaded 2-ton lighting truck, if a requirement is bigger, we are totally equipped to handle it. Through our branches in Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata and Ahmedabad, we have been servicing the most demanding makers of film, video and photography industries. Visit our website for more details here
  14. 6th December to 13th December 2012, Mumbai Contact details are here. Spectrum Asia Contemporary Asian films will be showcased in this section to capture the cinematic trends in Asian countries. First / Second Film Competition The Festival is starting a competition of first or second film made by Asian director. Director of the film must have debuted not before before one year of the festival. This competition will be adjudged by an International Jury. Best Film will be awarded Trophy + cash prize of US$ 2,000. Best Short Film Competition Many aspiring young directors and film school students in Asia are making digital short fiction films. 8th Asian Film Festival is organising Short Fiction Film Competition. The idea is to hunt new talents in direction. Short Fiction Film made two years before the festival are eligible. Duration should be upto 30 minutes and in digital format - preferably DVD. Running time of more than 30 minutes will be at the discretion of Festival Director. This competition will be adjudged by an International Jury. Best Film will be awarded Trophy + cash prize of US$ 1,000. Master of Asian Cinema Japanese master Akira Kurosawa first placed Asian cinema squarely on the world map with his classic, Rashomon by winning the Grand Prix at Venice International Film Festival in 1951. Thereafter, Asian cinema has slowly but steadily emerged into international spotlight by winning top awards at world's important film festival. The Award Winner will present some of these award-winning Asian films that bagged the top honours at Global film festival. Satyajit Ray Memorial Award Ths award will honour the person who's lifetime mission is to propogate film culture by running of film society, writing books or Magazine etc. Focus on One Asian Country A package of six to seven films will be screened showcasing the trends in cinema in that country Retro Tributes will be paid to Indian and Asian directors by organising Retrospectives of their films. Asian Film Culture Award The award will honour the achievements of Asian directors, who remain unknown to common cinemagoers in India. There is a little awareness about Indian directors in other Asian countries and vica versa. The award will be presented to recognise the achievement of the director in popularising Asian cinema and artistic achievement in cinematography. The award will be presented to the winner during the Festival's opening ceremony. Background: Cinema arrived in Mumbai, formerly Bombay on the western coast of India, in December 1896 with the package of first ever films made by Lumiere brothers. By 2000, the Mumbai Film Industry had truly acquired the dimensions of an Entertainment Industry, catering to the entertainment needs of a nation of one billion, currently poised on the verge of corporatisation and expected to touch a total turnover of Rupees 15,000 crores. India remains the only country perhaps where Hollywood has failed to capture the local theatres. The Hollywood blockbusters prefer to dub in regional Indian languages to gain foothold in the Indian market and compete with the indigenous cinema. In a country where Hollywood machinations, with its smart marketing and sleekly made films, have made a dent in India slowly in the last five years. However the concept of Asian Cinema is completely alien. It is interesting to note that while the Asian Cinema has been winning accolades in the international festival circuit, none of the SAARC countries screen Asian cinema commercially. It is not even much known in film society network of South Asia. The Asian Film Festival is one such beginning in the right direction. The Festival aims to establish interaction between Asian Film fraternity and create a dialogue with the West. Extending from Turkey to Japan, and divided culturally in the Middle East, West Asia, South Asia, Central Asia and the Far East, the Asian Cinema is as diverse and rich as its topography. Yet, the Asian countries share cultural similarities, and a comman socio-economis scenario. They are plagued by similar problems of poverty, illiteracy, population, lowly status of women. Cinema could be a comman bond, which could create awareness about each other amongst Asian countries.
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