4 day ‘Kashmir World Film Festival’ concludes

Tahir Bhat

Srinagar

Five day ‘Kashmir World Film Festival’ (KWFF) concluded at Tagore Hall on Wednesday.

Organized by Actors Creative Theatre (ACT), a non-profit organization in collaboration with different sponsors, the festival also screened the international movies.

The auditorium witnessed huge rush of students from Media Education Research Centre (MERC), University of Kashmir, Journalism students of Central University of Kashmir, students from colleges, higher secondary’s and movie lovers of the valley.

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Meanwhile, three films were screened today in the afternoon. The films include Gul directed by Gul Reyaz, Lissa Aisha directed by Asthma Bseiso and Kabuliwala directed by Tapan Sinha.

Around twenty films were screened in seven different languages that include Hindi, Urdu, English, Kashmiri, Bengali, Bhojpuri and Spanish.

Besides screening of films, the young artists were given a chance to learn about film direction.

The four day film workshop was conducted by Canon Indian and Film and Television Institute (FTII).

“We had called renowned bollywood filmmakers who held film making workshops so as to guide the young artists and the people who are serious about making their career in films,” said an organizer.

The guest of honour on the occasion was bollywood actor Rajat Kapoor while the chief guest was Bhupendra Kainthola, Director FTII.

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