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All Constituents of Film Federation of India,

At the outset, Happy New Year and compliments of the season.

As you are aware, the FFI promoted film tourism event IIFTC (India International Film Tourism Conclave) which had a very successful first year in February’ 2013 is back with the 2nd edition in February’ 2014.

Like the inaugural edition, this year too, the conclave will take place in 3 cities:

18th February - Chennai

20th February - Hyderabad

22nd February - Mumbai.

Your support was instrumental towards making it a success in February 2013 and I am confident that you will continue to be with us for February 2014.

Countries like Macedonia, Mauritius, Oman, Namibia, South Africa and Indian states like Gujarat, Chhattisgah, Maharashtra, Delhi have confirmed participation. Talks are ongoing with some other countries and states.

We are sure that IIFTC 2014 will be another success story thanks to your support and I am sure you will be able to grace the event at least one city if not all cities. The venue details will be intimated shortly.

You are requested to forward this information to your members.

Warm Regards,

Supran Sen
Secretary General

 

 
FIAPF honors Lee Choon-yun with Asia Pacific Screen Awards for outstanding achievement at Brisbane
 
The Asia Pacific Screen Awards (APSA) is an international cultural initiative of the State Government of Queensland, Australia, through Events Queensland, to honour and promote the films, actors, directors, and cultures of Asia-Pacific to a global audience and to realise the objectives of UNESCO to promote and preserve the respective cultures through the influential medium of film. Staged for the first time in 2007, APSA collaborates with UNESCO and FIAPF-International Federation of Film Producers Associations. Winners are determined by an international jury and films are judged on cinematic excellence and the way in which they attest to their cultural origins. APSA takes the works of filmmakers across more than 70 countries and areas in the Asia-Pacific region to new international audiences.

FIAPF is the international organisation representing film producers across the world. The FIAPF Award for Outstanding Achievement in Film celebrates a filmmaker from the region whose career and actions strongly contribute to the development of the film industry. This year, Korean film producer Lee Choon-yun was the recipient of the FIAPF outstanding achievement Award in the Asia Pacific region. 

The award had an Indian presence as it was given to him by Mr Supran Sen, Executive Committee member, FIAPF and Secretary General, Film Federation of India. India won 2 awards at the ceremony, Ritesh Batra for Best Screenplay in Lunchbox and the Lunchbox itself won a Grand Jury Prize. In another proud honor for India, the International Jury President was Shyam Benegal, the revered director and screenplay writer.

Issued by Film Federation of India 

Anindya Dasgupta

Deputy Secretary

 
 
 
 
 
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