Friday, 31 October 2014

NMIFF welcomes the entry of a Short film “Outlaws” from United Kingdom, Directed By Amy Thompson.

Three children who are forced to confront the realities of violence within the adult world.



Thursday, 30 October 2014

Tuesday, 28 October 2014

NMIFF welcomes the entry of a Short film “The Mural” from USA, Directed By Fran Guijarro.

The Mural is a 20-minute documentary film following the stories of several artists with developmental disabilities from non-profit thearcsf.org as they work together with a group of civic artists from freespace.io to paint a wall that aims to erase barriers.The film explores the unlimited nature of Art and its capacity to express freedom, even for those individuals whose lives seem to be confined to the boundaries of their disabilities.



Sunday, 26 October 2014

NMIFF welcomes the entry of a Short film “BHARJA:The Wife” from India, Directed By Arunava Mukherjee.

 Lajo, a young lady, gave birth to her first girl child. Thereafter, she had to abort twice, after her husband came to know that she had female foeticide in her womb. During the period, Lajo was subjected to a lot of insults and sufferings because of not being able to bear a male child. The following year she again conceived. Her husband threatened to kill her and her unborn child if she again gave birth to a girl child. However, the sonography test confirmed that Lajo had conceived a male child. Her husband soon made her feel important and pampered her. She was very well take care of by her husband. However, one night Lajo self-demolished herself and her unborn child to take revenge upon her husband, for all the insults and sufferings and then to shatter the male egoism of her husband and the male dominated world at large ...



Wednesday, 22 October 2014

NMIFF welcomes the entry of a Short film “Way In Rye” from USA, Directed By Goran Stankovic.

During the German invasion of Soviet Russia, a humble farmer and his wife must protect a crate of five priceless paintings evacuated from Leningrad while waiting for news from their son, a soldier fighting on the Eastern front.



Sunday, 19 October 2014

NMIFF welcomes the entry of a Feature Film “Not An Autobiography” from India, Directed By Abhijit Choudhury.

Raktim Bose wants to publish his first novel from the most renowned publishing house in Kolkata. The novel talks about Ayurved Sinha, the protagonist and his struggling relationship with his love interest Bidisha Roy. A novel, he claims a work of fiction. Imon a free going girl finds a manuscript of the novel and ends up into the world of Raktim & Ayurvend Sinha.



Friday, 17 October 2014

NMIFF welcomes the entry of a Short film “Summer's end” from Switzerland, Directed By Stefanie Klemm.

The mysterious and sensual Eva draws Ben, the shy scientist, into an emotional whirl of happiness he never experienced before. When Eva tells him her inner most secret, his love is put to the test. He will do anything to keep her - and at the end of the summer Ben comes to a decision with serious consequences.



Wednesday, 15 October 2014

NMIFF welcomes the entry of a Short film “Will this change?” from India, Directed By Anurupa Prakash.

Why our families don’t accept us for what we are?” Discrimination towards Hijras push them out of school and their own homes. People make fun of them and society denies them even basic choices of life like housing and job! People from Bangladesh shared their pain, joy and life in this film with a question left for all of us to think about ‘Will this change’?




Sunday, 12 October 2014

NMIFF welcomes the entry of a Short film “Samaki Mchangani : Fish of the Land” from Tanzania, Directed By Amil Shivji.

On the auspicious day when Godfrey launches the first Tanzanian cellular company, he is involved in a fatal accident. Haunted by his series of choices, our young ambitious entrepreneur reveals more than one face of ‘Africa rising’.


Friday, 10 October 2014

NMIFF welcomes the entry of a Short film “Vimana” from USA, Directed By Faroukh Virani.

Two Indian astronauts must cope with the death of their captain on a one-way voyage to the nearest Earth-like sanctuary.



Tuesday, 7 October 2014

NMIFF welcomes the entry of a Feature Film “Long Dark Road” from India, Directed By Moosa Saleem.

The fate of 4 kids will change forever, in a way they would have never imagined. A chance meeting of strangers trying to forget the past, little do they know, it would come back and haunt them. Their lives spiral down a series of unexpected events.


Sunday, 5 October 2014

NMIFF welcomes the entry of a Short film “It's Holi” from USA, Directed By Neeraj Jain.

A man's been through a rough night trying to get in touch with his girlfriend. When he goes to try and see her and unexpected turn of events change everything...



Friday, 3 October 2014

NMIFF welcomes the entry of a Feature Film “Rodor Sithi : SCARE CROW” from India, Directed By Baharul Islam.

The struggle between what ought to be as part of being a human:  a man, a lover, a poet, a father and what a human is turned into by the society. The seeking of the inner truth v/s the pressures of modern urban life. The sharp edges of selfish ambition and fears contrasting with softer emotions like compassion and generosity, Scare Crow is a story of a woman who was chased as a witch by society because she questioned the superstitions and ancient norms.The film starts with the death anniversary of the father and throws a strong philosophical outlook of the whole family. Where is the youth at this point in time, what are their insecurities & dilemmas? What lures the people nowadays? Is Love ever really lost? Is a parent merely a parent? Could the eternal emotions like love and compassion ever be doubted? Is the “I” bigger than the fabric of relations that we live in? Why is nature only giving? Can love be just to see someone’s eyes and dance in the rain? The film looks at many different social aspects in a lyrical imagination and aspires to invoke an introspection.