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Dharamshala International Film Festival to showcase student films till 26 June

The movies have been made by pupils of Sri Aurobindo Centre for Arts and Communication in New Delhi.

Our Correspondent

The organizers of the Dharamshala International Film Festival (DIFF) have announced A Showcase of Student Films: Creative Documentary Course, New Delhi as part of their year-round online screenings in the DIFF Virtual Viewing Room. 

Available to audiences around the world for free till 26 June 2022, the showcase is aimed at showcasing upcoming talent from India's premier institutions.

The programme consists of a  retrospective of fourteen student documentaries from the Creative Documentary Course, Sri Aurobindo Centre for Arts and Communication, New Delhi.

The short documentaries examine the themes of city, urban landscape, environment, and personal journeys.

The films being screened are Mallika Visvanathan’s After Word, Varun Trikha’s At Khala's, Chinmoy Sonowal’s Bound By Us, Prateek Shekher’s Chai Darbari, Aditi Bhande’s Did You Do It?, Arunima Tenzin Tara’s For Susan, Humaira Bilkis’s I Am Yet To See Delhi, Abhinava Bhattacharyya’s Jamnapaar, Gagandeep Singh’s Nazara, Vasuki Chandak’s Residents, Varun Trikha’s The Seventh Wish, Megha Acharya’s Sudhamayee, Debankon Singh Solanky’s We Came Here to Make God, and Shuchi Prasad’s When I Was Small.

The films can be viewed here.

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