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Complete list of films: 10th Indian Film Festival Stuttgart

10th Indian film festival Stuttgart has announced its selection. The festival will take place from July 17 to 21 in the German city of Stuttgart.

Here is the complete list of films to be screened at the festival:-

Ashok Rane’s doucmentay Being with Apu

Blood Brothers by Steve Hoover

Dancing Colours by Stuttgart Media University students

Liv & Ingmar by Dheeraj Akolkar

Much Ado about Knotting by Geetika Narang Abbasi and Anandana Kapur

No Problem! 6 Months with the Barefoot Grandmamas by Yasmin Kidwai

Powerless by Fahad Mustafa and Deepti Kakkar

Resonance of Mother’s Melody by Dip Bhuyan

Salma by Kim Longinotto

The Human Factor by Rudradeep Bhattacharjee

The World Before her by Nisha Pahuja

Bombay Talkies by Anurag Kashyap, Dibakar Banerjee, Karan Johar and Zoya Akhtar

Shahid by Hansal Mehta

Chokher Bali by Rituparno Ghosh

Bawdi – The Well by Viver Soni

Paroksh by Kuldip Patel

Thaambadhyam by Yugandhara Muthukrishnan

Umbartha by
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Short Film Review: Prarambha by Santosh Sivan

Short Film Review: Prarambha by Santosh Sivan
This week we have an Indian short film to give you a refreshing taste of home grown cinema. Prarambha by Santosh Sivan is a short film in Kannada about a topic most Indians shy away from – AIDS. This short deals with the discrimination faced by HIV-positive patients.

The film was a part of Mira Nair’s noble project AIDS Jaago (AIDS Awake); a series of four short films, Prarambha (directed by Santosh Sivan), Migration (directed by Mira Nair), Positive (directed by Farhan Akhtar) and Blood Brothers (directed by Vishal Bharadwaj) in a joint initiative of Mira Nair’s Mirabai Films, voluntary organizations; Avahan and Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation with a view of generating awareness about HIV/AIDS. The film was made for Richard Gere’s AIDS foundation. It was entirely shot on location in and around Mysore.

The lead is played by a little boy Kittu who travels in search of his mother.
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Nfdc Screenwriters' Lab 2010: Profiling the screenwriters

The first part of Nfdc’s (National Film Development Corporation) Screenwriters’ Lab 2010 will be held at the Locarno International Film Festival from August 7-9. The three day session will provide the participants an opportunity to experience first-hand the workings of the international film community and to train with their screenplay mentors.

As the six screenwriters whose scripts have made it to the lab set out for Locarno tomorrow, DearCinema gets in touch with them to find out more about them and their scripts:

'Into The World' by Ben Rekhi

An award-winning writer, producer and director, Ben Rekhi (31) has worked both in Hollywood and Bollywood. He has made several short films as well as worked with New Line Cinema, MGM, and Sony. He has directed several music videos in India and the U.S. Rekhi’s directorial debut, Waterborne, starring Shabana Azmi won an audience award at SXSW, Texas and is
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Melanie Chisholm on the Inexplicable ‘Bond of Love’ Between Mother and Child

Melanie Chisholm on the Inexplicable ‘Bond of Love’ Between Mother and Child
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Since becoming a mom, former Spice Girl Melanie Chisholm says that she’s been able to shed the Sporty Spice persona for once and for all.

“I never exactly felt under pressure but the press was always speculating about when — or if — I would have a baby,” she tells the UK’s Telegraph. “And what with the sporty image, there was this notion that I was the aggressive, masculine one, the tomboy, which isn’t me at all.” As a result, the 35-year-old songstress says, “motherhood has increased my confidence in a funny way.”

That much is
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Siddharth starrer Striker to release in January

Every now and then we come across anticipated ventures that we label as somewhat jinxed, and Chandan Arora's Striker was not far from being added to the list of films under this label. Luckily, however, the makers have made a quick save and have officially announced a definite release date for the Siddharth starrer.

Striker which is based on a real life character is a plot set in the heart of Mumbai and will see South sensation Siddharth playing the lead role for the first time in Hindi cinema since his debut in Rang De Basanti (2006) and his critically acclaimed performance in Vishal Bhardwaj's short film Blood Brothers.

Fans of the Southern heartthrob will see the actor return to Hindi films after nearly 4 years this January 29th when Striker hits screens at last!
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