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on 2011/11/15 1:08:19

Children film festival opens

About 154 films from about 13 countries will be screened in 13 theatres as part of the 17th International Children Film Festival which began here on Monday.

Gattu, the film directed by Rajan Khosa will be the opening film which speaks of kites and the obsession kids have with it and how a kid with little or no resources dreams big and achieves his dreams.

The seven day festival has a bouquet of various sections, like competition, Indian films, and a country focus section and short competition section besides little directors’ section. In the country focus section Chinese films will be screened. (INN)

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    Sonia calls for films to exhort unity among children

    2006/11/15 13:26:05 United Progressive Alliance chairperson and All India Congress Committee president Sonia Gandhi inaugurated the Golden Jubilee Film Festival organized by the Children's Film Society of India. Speaking on the occasion Sonia Gandhi calls for films which would imbibe the quality of unity among the children. Films should not only provide entertainment but also promote knowledge among the students. The film industry people should enlighten them on our country's culture, heritage, customs and traditions. Especially the children's films should have a good message for society. She also called upon the people to save children from child labour. Children's films from various languages would be screened till November 18 at the Golden Jubilee Film Festival at Sirifort Auditorium in Delhi. 'Ganga Bhavani', a Telugu film by Prakash Rao is one among those films to be screened at the festival .

    Telugu Cinema News : Sonia calls for films to exhort unity among children

    More Children films needed: Nandita Das

    2011/10/20 13:54:26

    (IANS) Actress Nandita Das, head of the Children's Film Society, rues that unlike other countries not enough films here focus on children and blames the economics of the trade for this.

    "In our country, a lot of so-called family films push out children's films. Unfortunately, economics is always interferring with art. Every decision is governed by finances; obviously, they want more eyeballs," Nandita told IANS.

    "Even though many of them (family films) are like children's film, they want to call it family films and insert certain things for the young, certain things for the old and package it as family films -- it's really sad," she said.

    The actress was in the capital to inaugurate the three-day children's film festival, organised by Children's Film Society Oct 20-22 at the Siri Fort Auditorium.

    The films that will be showcased are "Krish, Trish and Baltiboys", "Lilki", "Chutkan Ki Mahabharat", "Karamati Coat", "Halo", "Sunshine Barry and Disco Worms", "Yeh Hai Chhakad Bakad Bumbay Boo" and "Charandas Chor".

    "We have selected eight films because it's a smaller festival and we wanted to give children a variety for three days. As we do regular screenings, we get encouraging feedback from children," said Nandita, who has films like "1947 Earth", "Bawander", "Aks" and "I AM" to her credit.

    The 41-year-old, who is busy organising International Children's Film Festival that will be held in November, says it is time to find an alternative and start focussing on children's films like other countries.

    "When were curating international film festival we saw lot of countries, governments, organisations really focussing on children's films, whether its Denmark, the Netherlands, China, Taiwan or the US," said Nandita.

    "Recently, there has been a spate of children's films, but we have to see whether it's a passing phase or a trendsetter. But, yes, instead of criticising the kind of stuff children get to see, I think we need to create an alternative and that is what we are trying to do at the children's film society," she said.

    "(We should try to) create fun but good quality films that are enriching and entertaining and not sort of preachy and boring. We have to balance it well with right kind of values (without getting) heavy handed," she added.

    Bollywood News : More Children films needed: Nandita Das

    India's biggest ever children's film festival gets underway

    2011/11/15 4:00:12 Hyderabad, Nov 14 (IANS) Children's cinema got a big boost Monday with the nation's largest ever and one of the world's biggest children's film festival, 'The Golden Elephant' 17th International Children's Film Festival organised by Children's Film Society, India (CFSI) getting underway in Hyderabad.

    "In a global village, one has to compete with the world. This cannot be done until one is exposed to the world. This exposure should begin early. We are hence committed to Children's cinema," said Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Kiran Kumar Reddy.

    At least 154 films from 38 different countries being screened across 13 theatres and over 150,000 children not just from the nooks and corners of the country but many from other countries who will watch these films: children's film festival perhaps cannot get bigger than this.

    Nandita Das, chairperson of CFSI, said, "Good cinema can have a very positive impact on the minds of children. Our intention with showing some carefully selected films from across the world was to cultivate children's understanding of other cultures and experiences. Cinema can be both an entertaining and an educational tool."

    The festival boasts of a delectable line of children's cinema produced in the two years since the last festival was held. Besides the usual suspects like the Hollywood animation films and Indian films like 'Chillar Party', 'I Am Kalam' and 'Stanley Ka Dabba' the festival is screening some rarely seen but much applauded films from across the world made in different styles and languages.

    On one hand you have "Tales of the Night" the latest animated feature by French master Michael Ocelot that was nominated for a Golden Berlin Bear at the Berlin Film Festival, while on the other there's a rarely seen but brilliant Dutch film called 'Eep!' which has surprisingly been missed by most festival circuits in the country.

    The festival thus ends up showing the variety of cinematic styles and the cutting edge work that is being done globally in children's cinema. This year, it is doing another thing. It is highlighting the bold steps India is making towards children's cinema, a much neglected area so far. Besides the Indian films released in the theatres, the opening film of the festival is CFSI's own production, 'Gattu' directed by Rajan Khosa.

    The Indian contingent in the festival is further strengthened by auteur Buddhadeb Dasgupta's 'Woh', a magical fable that is based on a short story by Rabindranath Tagore. The festival thus becomes a must visit event not just for children, but adults in general. Yet, the focus is on kids.

    There will be filmmaking and script writing workshops for kids, interaction with filmmakers and celebrities from India and abroad and catching up with kids who have come from different parts of the world.

    Open forums are meant to put the spotlight on children's content in the country with filmmakers, writers, educators, parents and children coming together. A two day summit organized by FICCI is also on the cards.

    "We have tried our best to make the film festival as holistic as possible by including the entire gamut of children's cinema. Now it is up to the kids to enjoy, and make this festival a success," Nandita said.

    Bollywood News : India's biggest ever children's film festival gets underway

    Children's film fest to screen 152 films

    2011/11/12 16:36:38 As many 152 films from across the world will be screened during the 17th International Children's Film Festival to be held from November 14 to 20 in the city.

    Talking to media persons here on Saturday, Information and Public Relations Minister DK Aruna said that that nearly 1.5 lakh children would watch films in 13 screens across Hyderabad. She said compared to last year when just 300 entries were received, this year nearly 700 entries have been received from 37 countries. However, due to non-availability of theatres, only 152 films would be screened.

    There will be four competition sections where international and Indian films will compete for the prestigious Golden Elephant awards. While 15 features have been short listed for International competition, 10 have been selected for India Competition, including four from Andhra Pradesh. Twenty films will compete in the Shorts Competition and 11 Shorts made by children would compete in the Little Directors category. Besides competition films, the festival will also present 86 highly acclaimed and award winning films from the last decade in the children's world.

    Children's Film Society of India chairperson Nandita Das said that the CFSI has raised the bar very high this time, with the best of the best of the best children's films, and they come with many other add-ons. She said for the first time a 'Country Focus' section has been introduced which will present Chinese Children's films. Similarly, 'Shorts Competition' will give recognition to short films and 'Little Directors' would enable the worked to know what children see through their lens.

    Over 500 national and international delegates including a 17-member delegation from China would participate in the festival. Further, representatives of NGOs working for the children's welfare, nearly 100 film delegates and about 150 special invitees from various fields would also participate in the festival.

    Apart from Shilparamam, the films will be screened at Imax, (Necklace Road), Sai Ranga (Miyapur), Amba (Mehdipatnam), Santosh (Abids), Raghavendra (Malkajgiri), Ganga (Dilsukhnagar), Vishnu (Vanasthalipuram), Sudha (Bahadurpura), Hari Hara Kala Bhavan, (Secunderabad) and Lalitha Kala Thoranam (Public Gardens).

    Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy will inaugurate the festival while Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting Chowdhury Mohan Jatua would participate as Guest of Honour in the festival. (INN)

    Telugu Cinema News : Children's film fest to screen 152 films

    Vivek's Children special Deepavali!

    2007/11/3 14:53:20

    Celebrations of Deepavali, the Festival of Lights, wouldn't have been more of a gala affair than this for special children.

    It was a fun- filled evening for about 500 children from more than 20 homes from across Chennai city. They gathered at MGR Janaki College of Arts and Science for the celebrations organized by the Inner Wheel District 323.

    The fete was attended by actor Vivek. In his typical style, he made the children laugh. The star mimicked some of his hit dialogues in Tamil films following a request from the children.

    Earlier, executive director of Abirami Mega Mall and past district chairman of Inner Wheel District 323, Nallammai Ramanathan, while addressing the children, insisted on the importance of cultivating good habits.

    Tamil Cinema News : Vivek's Children special Deepavali!

    India's largest kids film fest closes with a bang

    2011/11/21 3:47:39 Hyderabad, Nov 20 (IANS) The nation's biggest and one of the largest in the world, The Golden Elephant 17th International Children's Film Festival, came to a close Sunday amidst much fanfare in this historic city of Hyderabad.

    Over six days, close to 154 films from 38 countries were screened across 13 theatres in the city. At the final count, over 175,000 children from the nooks and corners of India and hundreds from across the world watched films, attended workshops and interacted with filmmakers who had come from the world over.

    The festival was organised by the Children's Film Society, India (CFSI) and the Andhra Pradesh government.

    Speaking to IANS, CFSI chairperson Nandita Das said: "The festival has raised the bar when it comes to children's film festival anywhere in the world. It will be a tough act to follow even for us."

    The festival was not bereft of its share of problems, mostly with the screenings.

    "For the first time something so ambitious was pulled off. The concept of makeshift theatres to give a festival feel had never been done in India. The three theatres constructed at Shilparamam in merely 20 days time held up well," CFSI CEO Sushovan Banerjee told IANS.

    "The only problem was the sound because some films have optical sound which the projectors could not read. This created a hissing sound. We scouted the country for a fix but couldn't find it.

    "This has been the biggest children's film festival and the kids had a blast. The size and scope of the festival has left everyone surprised," Banerjee said.

    Some of the most celebrated and awarded films were screened including French animation master Michel Ocelot's Golden Bear at the Berlin Film Festival nominee "Tales of the Night", celebrated Russian animator Garri Bardin's "The Ugly Duckling" and the multiple award winning "Eep", "Lost in Africa", "The Crocodiles Strike Back" and "David and Kamal", among others.

    However, it was Iranian film "Meadows" that won the most coveted prize of Golden Elephant for Best Feature Film, International.

    Among the Indian films, "Chillar Party" proved to be the hot favourite, winning not only the Golden Elephant for Best Film, India from the actual jury, but also the same prize from the children's jury.

    Directors Nitesh Tiwari and Vikas Bahl were present to receive the awards. Among the other winners were "I Am Kalam", Umesh Kulkarni's feature "Vihir", "Lost in Africa" from Denmark, and "Crocodile Strikes Back" from Germany.

    Short film "Nineandahalf's Goodbye" from Germany won award both from the adults and children's jury.

    Among the who's who of the Indian film industry, who paid more than a flying visit to festival, included names like Shyam Benegal, Vishal Bharadwaj, Rahul Dholakia, Seema Biswas, Sarika and Shaad Ali Sahgal.

    Bollywood News : India's largest kids film fest closes with a bang

    SRK to spice up Goa int'l film festival

    2007/11/9 13:04:18

    Bollywood King Shah Rukh Khan will be the chief guest at the International Film Festival of India (IFFI) 2007 that opens in Goa on November 23.

    The departure from the tradition of getting the honours done by celluloid oldies is conscious, sources in the I&B Ministry, which is co-hosting the festival, told HT. Its a celebration of the youth brigades imprint on Indian cinema through cult films like Chak De, Rang De... and Munnabhai....

    SRK has accepted the invitation and will be present at IFFIs inaugural with the screening of Romanian director Cristian Mungius much acclaimed Four Months, Three Weeks and Two Days that won the top Golden Palm award at the Cannes Festival this year.

    Mungiu and his leading lady Ana Maria Marinca will also be present. It will be a great opening ceremony, promised IFFI director Neelam Kapur.

    For the first time, common viewers will be registered as delegates for a nominal Rs 300. Of the 5,000-6,000 delegates, nearly 1,500 will be from among the public and have access to the conferences and seminars that go with such festivals.

    Kapur clarified that the delegates from among the people will be able to see all films screened.

    Bollywood News : SRK to spice up Goa int'l film festival

    'Stanley Ka Dabba' goes globe trotting

    2011/10/23 12:29:28 New Delhi, Oct 23 (IANS) Filmmaker Amole Gupte's "Stanley Ka Dabba", which has garnered a lot of critical acclaim, will now travel to 10 international film festivals.

    The film, which has Gupte's son, Partho, playing Stanley, has been immensely appreciated for its impressive storyline and fine performances.

    It has already been screened at the Chicago South Asian Film Festival, Prague Indian Film Festival, International Film Festival for Children and Young Audiences SCHLINGEL, the Busan International and Mumbai Film Festival.

    Now it is set for screening at Minsk International Film Festival; AFRIFF International Film Festival Nigeria; Filem'on Belgium; and 29th International Young Audience Film Festival Ale Kino Poland.

    "We are proud of the film that we have made and the fact that it's going to so many big international film festivals. I am happy that Partho's work is being appreciated and we all are proud of him," said Gupte.

    Vijay Singh of Fox Star Studios, which is the distributor of the movie, says that "Stanley Ka Dabba" is probably the most important film made this year.

    "While the film is set in India, its message is relevant across the world. We are proud that the film has generated such massive excitement and acclaim in various film festivals across the world.

    "It's our little contribution towards enlightening the audiences about the rampant issue of child labour that plagues almost every society," he added.

    Bollywood News : 'Stanley Ka Dabba' goes globe trotting

    Stars keep away from Film Festival

    2007/3/28 16:16:16

    The ongoing International Film festival in Hyderabad is coming to a close. While attendance to the festival is good, the actors and actresses seem to have ignored he festival. Not many stars have graced he occasion even though it has been nearly a week since the festival was inaugurated. Admitting that the festival lacked star presence, Tammareddy Bharadwaja said that some of the stars are expected to drop in the next couple of days.

    The reason for many stars keeping themselves away was that the festival is being held openly and not indoor and hence stars fear that there would be a mad scramble by the fans to get closer. However, the real reason is the bitter controversy surrounding the arrangements for the Diamond Jubilee that has left many stars thinking twice before attending the festival.

    Andhra News : Stars keep away from Film Festival

    Children cursing KCR and Kodandaram

    2011/10/18 10:13:13

    Children are now cursing the TRS chief KCR and the T-JAC convener Kodandaram. The reason is that the school children who have been enjoying unexpected holidays all these days on account of SJS are now forced to go back to schools.

    The school children are not at all happy that the strike by teachers has been called off. The children were expecting the strike to go on and on so that the schools will be closed for some more time.

    Ice 'n' Spice - Politics : Children cursing KCR and Kodandaram

    'Aasaa Deevi', a children's film with tsunami in its backdrop

    2007/3/8 13:01:59
    Director cum producer Sunil Kumar Reddy, who had earlier produced 'Silence Please, Hero, Prayatnam, Missing and Chance' on the banner of Sravya Films is planning a children's film 'Aasaa Deevi'. Giving the details of the film, 'The film would have tsunami as its backdrop. Because of tsunami, children of four different languages get caught in an island. They don't know other language than what they speak, so they can't speak to each other. However, they plan together to get out of the island.

    We are planning to launch the film in summer. We are also planning to send our film as an entry to the International Children's Film Festival. The FDC had accepted the script. We are planning to release the film on December 26, the day tsunami hit the coast a few years ago. The film would not only enthral the Telugu audiences but the audiences of any language. Deepak Saroj is playing the main role in the movie.' Music is by Saket Sairam, story is by Sira Sri, and Pedada Ramani Kumari is the presenter, while screenplay, production and direction are by P Sunil Kumar Reddy.

    Telugu Cinema News : 'Aasaa Deevi', a children's film with tsunami in its backdrop

    Hot babe opens Spa for visually challenged!

    2010/11/23 19:16:56

    There is no need to explain how Tollywood hot babe Shriya Saran exposes her beauty on big screens. Everyone agrees that she is just like a goddess of sex. But, there is other side of the coin.

    While, she was studying at New Delhi she along with her close friends often used to visit orphanage homes and spend good time there with children. She said that, during that period she understood what they needs and how to help them. Though, she become a busy bee in the film industry and reached top position she never forget about those children. Therefore, she recently opened a Spa at Mumbai for the visually challenged girls living in the government hostels and orphanage homes. She took the help of NGOs to launch her Spa, where the girls will get treatments like reflexology and other services that they need.

    But, critics say that if she really understood the needs of those girls and wants to serve the blind girls, then she would have helped them by sponsoring their educational needs or provide help in settling in their lives, but surely they doesnt need a Spa.

    Telugu Cinema News : Hot babe opens Spa for visually challenged!

    Free show for kids

    2007/11/14 10:26:26 The children in the state can watch the movie Viyylavari Kayyalu free of charge. The offer is only for one day, 14th November 14. The makers of the film have decided to come up with the offer on the occasion of childrens day.

    Children up to the age of 14 years of age can avail of this offer. They can walk into any theaters across the state and watch the film absolutely free. Parents accompanying the children have to buy a ticket though. The film is about the relationship between children and their parents.

    Telugu Cinema News : Free show for kids

    Seven Day in Slow Motion for Fest

    2011/11/12 16:48:47
    Indian sensation, Seven Days in Slow Motion will be screened at the 17th International Film Festival to be held here from November 14 to 20.

    K Basi Reddy from Digiquest Studios, which co-produced the film, said that the film was screened in International Film Festivals like Chicago Film Festival, Indian Film Festival, New Jersey South-Asian Independent Cine Fest and Bangkok International Film Festival. Kids have the nature of changing fickle minded persons and the director of the film has showcased that point in a very convincing way in this film.

    Director Uma Kanth said that the story of the film is based on above middle class Indian families and the relation between parents and their children. The movie is very sensitive and the director highlighted the child marriage act efficiently. The story revolves around three kids who are very fascinated to make a short movie after seeing a camera from a person who visits Hyderabad from USA on a personal trip.

    Anu Malik has scored the music for the film. (INN)

    Telugu Cinema News : Seven Day in Slow Motion for Fest

    Chitra Yathra commences in Hyderabad

    2007/6/22 8:28:43

    The Dhrusya Films Foundation is conducting a film festival titled 'Chitra Yathra' at Hari Hara Kalabhavan in Secunderabad. The festival will showcase over 100 films. The festival opened on June 14 and will go on till July 17. The festival is the brainchild of director B Narasinga Rao.

    A total of 33 world classic films, 33 Indian classic films and 33 documentaries will be screened during the festival. Tammareddy Bharadwaja is the convener of the festival. D Rama Naidu is very happy at the idea of bringing world cinema to our doorstep. The festival would be of immense help to all lovers of good cinema and also those who are keen to pursue a career in films.

    Telugu Cinema News : Chitra Yathra commences in Hyderabad

    Bollywoods (bachcha) day out!

    2006/11/14 9:50:43 Over a hundred kids from the Cancer Patients Aid Association (CPAA) had the time of their life on Monday when the organisation announced a week long festival on the occasion of Childrens Day (November 14). And along with the clowns and magicians, shaking a leg with them were Bollywood stars Esha Deol, Kunal Kapoor, Dia Mirza and Suniel Shetty. I got to celebrate Childrens Day with these special needs children and it feels amazing to see them so charged up. Im glad I got an opportunity to make them feel as special as possible, said Esha Deol who seemed to be the kids favourite.

    Though many others are constantly involving themselves in socially relevant causes, it seems like Bollywoods glamorous faces always have an edge. Agrees Kunal, These kids relate a lot to the entertainment world we belong too because it is really fun-filled. So as celebrities, if we do have an edge, I think we must make use of it completely and do as much possible for their benefit.

    Esha Deol whose mother, actor Hema Malini has been associated with the cause for the past ten years adds, If I can be one amongst those role models they look up to, I will feel blessed.

    In an initiative to take this platform from Mumbai to the rest of India, the association also announced actor Dia Mirza as its brand ambassador. A lot of kids out there dont even know about Childrens Day. If each of us makes a little effort we could make a huge difference, sums up Dia.


    Bollywood News : Bollywoods (bachcha) day out!

    MSR opens his mouth

    2007/11/13 13:49:59 The one leader in the congress who can cause a mild earthquake whenever he opens his mouth is M Sathyanarayana Rao. The irrepressible leader opened his mouth on Monday and the media had a field day covering his comments.

    MSR said that it was only chief minister Y S Rajashekar Reddy who is standing in the way of a separate Telangana. And MSR added that it was reveled to him by none other than the Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.

    MSRs statements have caused much embarrassment to chief minister Y S Rajashekar Reddy. And as if to add insult to injury, MSR once again repeated his comments on Tuesday. MSR added that he was only speaking the truth.

    Andhra News : MSR opens his mouth

    Special cell to rescue missing children

    2011/11/19 0:42:48 The State Police has set up a special cell to deal with the increasing cases of missing children and child labour in the State.

    According to Additional DGP and spokesperson SA Huda, the main objective of the cell, to be headed by SARB Director S Umapathi as the Nodal Officer, was to retrieve the missing children and prevent other offences including begging or trafficking of girl children. “It is the duty of the society to convert these children into useful citizens of the country,” he said.

    The State police have requested the NGOs and members of civil societies to contact the Nodal Officer to give their valuable suggestions and contributions in this effort to serve the children. (INN)

    Andhra News : Special cell to rescue missing children

    28 children fall sick due to food poisoning

    2011/9/4 20:09:10 At least 28 children fell sick after they ate contaminated food at a roadside hotel at Janapriya Nagar in Miyapur locality.

    The children suddenly started vomiting and complained of stomach ache after eating the morning breakfast brought from the hotel. The parents immediately rushed their wards to Osmania General Hospital. However, the children were then referred to the Niloufer Hospital for treatment.

    According to hospital sources, the condition of two children is stated to be critical. After preliminary examination and symptoms, the doctors attributed the children’s sudden vomiting and stomach ache to food poisoning. (INN)

    Andhra News : 28 children fall sick due to food poisoning

    VVK free show for children below 14 years

    2007/11/14 12:30:46

    Producer Lagadapati Sridhar of 'Viyyalavari Kayyalu' declared that they would arrange a free show for the children below 14 years of age on the occasion of Children's Day on November 14. He says, 'We gave a message in our film that the children should honour the elders and they could get whatever they wanted in their life because of the respect they gave to the elders.

    Hence we have decided to arrange a free show to children for one day on November 14. Especially, the film could be watched by everyone in the family and the elders should ensure that their children too watch the film. Those who purchase one ticket could take two children with them. This facility is being extended in all the theatres where our film is being screened.' He recalled that they had screened 'Yevadigola Vaadidi' to physically-challenged and 'Style' to mothers on the occasion of Mothers' Day free of cost.

    Telugu Cinema News : VVK free show for children below 14 years

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