Movie festival concludes with a tremendous response
The second edition of the Navrasa Duende Classic Movie Festival, came to a close on June 24 following three days of film screenings and stimulating discussions on movies. The film festival in its second edition featured a notable line-up of international classic movies from Sweden, India, Russia, Italy, France, USA, Japan, and the United Kingdom. Held from June 22 to 24 at Siri Fort Auditorium, the festival attracted huge thumbs up from cinema lovers. Movies like bicycle thieves, Doctor Zhivago and Jalsaghar received the warmest response from both experienced and young audience.
Lots of them were seen all three days watching half a dozen back to back movies. The restored version of movies and an exclusive community feeling made it a very experiential event. The audience were smitten by the extraordinary range of human journeys these movies offered!
Dinesh B. Singh, Founder, Navrasa Duende, commented, "The Navrasa Duende Classic Movie Festival to build a community of world cinema lovers and establish that classical movies can be the mainstream entertainment. It was indeed very satisfying to see the audience watching the stories involving pain, joy, love in midst of wars, social issues related to far of countries as they could have belonged there without any prejudice. The grand success of the event reinforces our commitment to converge arts and entertainment through the universal language transcending beyond all kind of boundaries."