The newest version of the Indian Movie Competition of Melbourne (IFFM) is scheduled to happen in August, and it is Ajitesh Sharma’s ‘W.O.M.B’ (Girls Of My Billion) that has been chosen because the opening evening movie of the upcoming occasion. IFFM will occur each bodily and just about with the bodily pageant working from August 12 to August 20, whereas its digital version will run from August 5 to August 30 Australia-wide. So, film buffs will get to see the screening of ‘W.O.M.B’ on August 12.
For the unversed, ‘W.O.M.B’ is a narrative of a younger girl named Srishti Bakshi who embarks on a monumental journey, strolling nearly 4000km over 240 days, from Kanyakumari within the south to Kashmir within the North, alongside the way in which assembly and studying first hand concerning the experiences of many ladies from all corners of India. It revolves across the social and political points confronted by girls of India. IFFM, being the most important movie pageant of its type within the Southern Hemisphere that celebrates Indian cinema in all its kinds, offers a wonderful alternative for filmmakers to showcase their movies on a global platform.
Blissful to current their movie at IFFM, producer Apoorva Bakshi mentioned, “We take nice delight in presenting our movie at IFFM because the opening evening gala presentation and look ahead to sharing it with audiences worldwide. This documentary not solely presents details but in addition highlights doable options which may be carried out immediately.” Mitu Bhowmick Lange, IFFM Director, additionally shared the joy of showcasing Indian motion pictures globally.
“After the unprecedented challenges confronted during the last 18 months, we’re excited to convey the Indian Movie Competition of Melbourne again to the large display screen, whereas our digital platform will guarantee viewers round Australia can entry the Competition too. In 2021, IFFM pays tribute to not solely the perfect of Indian cinema however to a lot of our Covid-19 heroes, providing important neighborhood assist, connection, and hope in these troubled instances,” Mitu mentioned. (ANI)
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