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IFP films at JIFF

DNAHM69995 | 2/2/2014 | Author : Kinjal Shah-Desai | WC :233

6 winning films of India Film Project will be screened on Feb 5, final day of the ongoing Jaipur International Film Festival


Founder-director of India Film Project (IFP) Ritam Bhatnagar was on cloud nine when he came to know that all the six winning films of IFP 2013 edition would be screened on February 5, the final day of Jaipur International Film Festival (JIFF).
“JIFF is in its fifth edition (it was launched in 2009) and apparently has received 1,397 film entries from 90 countries. It was during IFP screenings in 2013 that we had decided to send the winning films at JIFF. But we were told back then that only a few films would get screened. However, they have chosen all six, which is great news for us and the film-makers,” said an excited Bhatnagar.
Chalking out the itinerary, Bhatnagar said that on February 5, JIFF will have award ceremony
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