Asia’s largest filmmaking project ‘Indian Film Project 2016’ has entered Mumbai

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A ground shaking goliath step is being leaped in Indian Film Making industry on 16th September, 08:00 PM, when more than 1300+ teams with 25,000 filmmakers from more than 182 cities will amalgamate and produce their own motion picture. Indian Film Project (IFP) has structured their 6th edition for filmmaking competition and has challenged its participant if they can deliver a movie within just ’50 Hours’. Yes, you heard it right, aspirants will work on their scripts, shoot, edit and upload their films within this given time, which will be then reviewed by unparalleled and National award winning jury members, Madhur Bhandarkar, Nagesh Kukunoor, Sriram Raghavan and southern super director Vetri Maaran.

For a level-headed competition, IFP has this time segregated participation into Professional Filmmaking, Amateur Filmmaking, and Mobile Filmmaking to ensure competition among similar caliber. This is for the first time in India, where mobile filmmaking will be introduced and given access to the masses to make films on it as well.

The founder of IFP, Mr. Ritam Bhatnagar believes that the ratio of content consumers and content makers on the internet has drastically changed, people are not camera shy anymore and they want their audience to know more and more about their creations.

The winning and deserving films will be showcased at different festivals globally and the teams will get an opportunity to create an ad film for the renowned brands of Coca-Cola, which will be aired on various channels including TV, Digital assets, theaters and much more.

The grand film event is expected to be held in the film capital of country, Mumbai on 1st October.

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