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PSBT OPEN FRAME FILM FESTIVAL: 20 TO 24 SEPTEMBER 2019 Programme :    PSBT OPEN FRAME FILM FESTIVAL: 20 TO 24 SEPTEMBER 2019
Venue Name: C.D. DESHMUKH AUDITORIUM
Start Date: 20 Sep 2019
End Date: 24 Sep 2019
Start Time: 10:00
Category Name : FESTIVALS
 
PSBT OPEN FRAME FILM FESTIVAL: 20 TO 24 SEPTEMBER 2019
 
The 20th edition of Open Frame Film Festival presents a selection of its documentary films. Organised in partnership with Doordarshan, the festival will showcase some of PSBT’s recent films and a retrospective of its unique and remarkable legacy as it confronts an uncertain future. The festival highlights include a retrospective of celebrated films from earlier years, including National Award winners; Rang Mahal by Prantik Basu – the only Indian film at the Berlinale Competition 2019; winners of the Best Long Documentary Award at the International Film Festival of Kerala, now contending for the Oscars – Moti Bagh by Nirmal Chander and Janani’s Juliet by Pankaj Rishi Kumar; a film on the iconic Sharmila Tagore by Umang Sabarwal; on the attainment of the highest monastic degree by Tibetan nuns – The Geshe Ma is Born by Malati Rao; the story of the small town of Guler in Notes on Guler by Amit Dutta and other exciting and compelling new stories from experienced and starting-out filmmakers 
 
The festival includes workshops, discussions, and conversations. For details of the festival and screening schedules, kindly please log onto www.psbt.org and www.iicdelhi.nic.in
 
The festival includes workshops, discussions, and conversations. For details of the festival and screening schedules, kindly please log onto www.psbt.org and www.iicdelhi.nic.in
 
(Collaboration: Public Service Broadcasting Trust; and Doordarshan)
 
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