Recognising Talent

Published: 10th December 2014 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 10th December 2014 06:00 AM   |  A+A-


HYDERABAD: Keeping in mind the growing number of young minds, and how film makers are emerging from every nook and corner -- for the first time, the Indian film industry, Indie Fiesta 2015, an exclusive short film award function is being hosted. As the short film genre is explosively increasing its magnitude today, Sanskrutha Creative Agency is also hosting the Indie Fiesta - 2015 is a short film festival that offers a platform to the debutant film makers to showcase their cinema talent. The best talents will be awarded.

Once the films are sent for screening at the Indie Fiesta short film festival, the films will be judged in the categories that include, best actor, actress, director, cinematographer, singer, supporting role, story, screenplay among many other categories.

The awards also include 10 consolation awards and also an early bird recognition award. If the passion proves your

commitment, participants may also win an opportunity to work in feature films. Entries are open for the interested filmmakers and the last date for submission of short films is December 31. Duration of short films could be up to

60 minutes and can be about any topic. Special panel of judges will shortlist the movies and final selection of the winners will be decided by industry professionals. The details of the grand finale of the film festival will be announced soon. For details updates login to


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