Friday, 27 February 2015
This is a Story of two childhood friends.. Akriti and Sunaina.They share a very strong bond.Something happens and misunderstanding is created which leads to a crack in their friendship.Something happens and misunderstanding is created which leads to a crack in their friendship.Grudges increases day by day.Sunaina tries to mend the gap but Akriti remains angry.They loose contact for years.Sunaina gets detected of Alziemers… which worsened each day.Years pass… by the time Akriti realizes her mistake and now wants to sort things out.This is when Akriti also gets to know anout Sunaina’s condition.But the time has gone.. and its too late now.When she realizes that Sunaina has lost complete memory, even of Akriti’s.Moral- “Admit your mistakes before its too late..”
Thursday, 26 February 2015
It’s the journey of the eunuch from ten rupees to one rupee. The film throws light on the attitude of the society towards eunuch as community. This is the story of the eunuch who due to some incident, sets out to live by the standards other than what the society has set out for them to live. It’s the film about the destiny the struggle and at the end the choice made by eunuch. In India eunuch make their living by asking for money to people. This is way for them to survive ,but what happens if someone decides otherwise is what the film is about. Does our society accepts eunuch with open arms is the question.
NMIFF welcomes the entry of a Short film “The Mount Of Faith" from India, Directed By Etienne Coutinho.
Wednesday, 25 February 2015
NMIFF welcomes the entry of a Short film “The Flower Under Dark Shadow" from India, Directed By Gabbar Punjabi.
The film is a story about a 25 year old boy Anmol, discussing about his dream which related with his Past, when he was sexually abused by his maternal uncle. He was not very closed to his father. Due to the Abuse Anmol’s school performance decrease which is ignored by his parents especially by his father, but mother is worried about child’s behave, but she can’t find a problem. father get angry when mother discuss about Anmol’s behave.
Tuesday, 24 February 2015
NMIFF welcomes the entry of a Short film “Lalmunni " from India, Directed By Kunj Bihari Srivastava.
Film “LALMUNNI” is based on a real life story of a lady who belongs and represents the poorer section of the society. She was born and brought up in a small village. After her marriage she migrated to Delhi with her husband and her life struggle began.Soon after her marriage her health deteriorated and became the cause of her death. Despite her poor health she cared for and looked after her husband and kids.The film portrays her struggle to survive and sustain her livelihood after her husband’s accidental death. The film conveys a message and depicts the importance of mother in one’s life.
NMIFF welcomes the entry of a Feature Film “Despite the Gods” from Australia, Directed By Penny Vozniak.
Welcome to India, home of the world’s largest movie industry, where mere mortal film stars are worshiped with the same fervour as timeless Indian Gods; and the new buzzword ‘co-production’ looms on the lips of Indian financiers keen to form a Bollywood-Hollywood alliance. Hollywood’s prodigal daughter, Jennifer Lynch, is well known for making bold, if not ill-fated, choices in her filmmaking career.But nothing could prepare her for the unmapped territory of Bollywood-Hollywood movie making, where chaos is the process and filmmaking doubles as a crash course in acceptance and self-realization. Lynch travels to India to direct Hisss, a tale about the vengeful snake Goddess Nagin. But things go wrong very quickly. Surrounded by a truly wonderful team of Indian crew, her twelve-year-old daughter, and a cast of Bollywood stars, Lynch does her best to stay sane and guide the production through a minefield of disasters.With uncensored candor, Lynch shares the heartbreaking and at times hilarious experience of being a director at the helm of a sinking ship.
Monday, 23 February 2015
This is the story about the poor fisher man who lives in the backward village. He has the wife, one son and one daughter. His wife is suffering from disease and his son helps him in fishing. When they get the fishes, that day only they will have food, if they don't get fishes there is no food for them.One fine day he got one fish called Koramenu. Actually he want to serve that fish to his daughter who came from her husband's home, but one big man demands him to sell that fish to him and offers him rice.
Sunday, 22 February 2015
NMIFF welcomes the entry of a Short film “Bibhu Sharma’s Story" from India, Directed By Bappaditya Roy.
The film talks about a poignant depiction of today's urban loneliness, where most young working adults are moving away from the family circle, leaving behind their parents, to live their later years in depression and isolation. Bibhu Sharma is one such case, who in spite of spending a significant amount of his time in upbringing of his children, dies in isolation as his children are settled abroad. The tragic fact is, no one in his neighborhood is even aware that he has passed away.
Thursday, 12 February 2015
NMIFF welcomes the entry of a Short film “Mirrors Never Lie...but what if they did" from India, Directed By Shikha Janet Alagh.
Sunday, 8 February 2015
Friday, 6 February 2015
Tuesday, 3 February 2015
NMIFF welcomes the entry of a Short film “Friends and Strangers" from USA, Directed By Edward Caban.
“Friends and Strangers”, is the story of a lonely, elderly widower who meets a young woman at a local bar and invites her to join him for a holiday dinner with his estranged family.The story is about two people who through a chance encounter find real connection, changing the way they see themselves and the world around them.
NMIFF welcomes the entry of a Short film “A Hotel Room Story" from Spain, Directed By Daniel Piera Pallàs.
A boy meets a girl in an international congress in which both of them are participating. They’re from different countries and each of them have a romantic partner with whom they are completely in love with. But they both like each other and have felt something special between them during these days at the festival. He thinks that things have to flow without limits, but she seems to care more about being faithful. During the last minutes of their last night at the hotel, they must decide what to do: should they let themselves get carried away by their feelings or should they be completely faithful to their partners and keep their distance?