Open Frame Film Festival

Organised by India International Centre in collaboration with Doordarshan and Public Service Broadcasting Trust, the 20th edition of 'Open Frame Film Festival' will present a selection of its documentary films. The 5-day long event in the Capital will showcase some of PSBT's recent films and a retrospective of its unique and remarkable legacy as it confronts an uncertain future. The highlights of the festival include a retrospective of celebrated films from earlier years, including National Award winners; Rang Mahalby PrantikBasu – the only Indian film at the Berlinale Competition 2019; winners of the Best Long Documentary Award at the International Film Festival of Kerala, now contending for the Oscars – MotiBagh by NirmalChander and Janani's Juliet by Pankaj Rishi Kumar; a film on the iconic Sharmila Tagore by UmangSabarwal; on the attainment of the highest monastic degree by Tibetan nuns – The Geshe Ma is Bornby MalatiRao; the story of the small town of Guler in Notes on Gulerby AmitDutta and other exciting and compelling new stories from experienced and starting-out filmmakers. Besides, the audience will also witness various workshops, discussions, and conversations as a part of the event.

WHEN: September 20 – 24 WHERE: India International Centre

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