86th AAFT Festival of Short Digital Films Inaugurated

86th AAFT Festival of Short Digital Films

86th AAFT Festival of Short Digital Films

Noida Film City: “We have created a World Record by touching 86th Edition of our festival. There is no other festival in the World to reach to 86th edition so far” said Sandeep Marwah President of Marwah Studio at the inauguration of 86th AAFT Festival of short Digital Films at Marwah Studio.

“This is the only festival which has given opportunity to more than 2000 directors from all over the World to showcase their debut film in last 22 years” added Kalyan Sarkar Dean AAFT.

Some of the finest films during the festival were screened including ‘Taj Mahal –Crown of Earth’ directed by Aamir Naqvi, ‘Maa Ki Aankh’ by Hitesh Tandon, Bloody Red by Anjali, ‘Sunaina’ by Parvesh Saini, ‘Side Effects of Criticism’ by Alok Chaturvedi and ‘Masoom’ by Nikhil Kapoor

This is for the first time in the World where any film school has adapted a historical monument-A Wonder of The World as a part of its syllabus for making and studying cinema informed Marwah.

AAFT also celebrated its curtain raiser a day before where the H.E. Mentor Villagomez, Ambassador of The Republic of Ecuador in India released the poster of the festival. He was also accompanied by Dr. Patricio Garces, Head of political and cultural affairs, Embassy of Ecuador in India.

Dr A.K.Srivastava of ASMS, Ashok Tyagi of ICMEI, Kusum Jain renowned Sculpturist, young painters Lakshya Deora, Vipin Sharma, Divya Sharma and Rupendra Kaur also spoke on the occasion.

The event was powered by IFTC- International Film And Television Club and ICMEI- International Chamber of Media And Entertainment Industry.


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