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Kabir Khan, Imtiaz Ali, Rima Das, Onir join hands for a film

Filmmakers Kabir Khan, Imtiaz Ali, Rima Das and Onir have teamed up for a film titled "My Melbourne".

Painting a film, like Rima Das

Delicate lives at their most profound. No overt metaphysical questions, just rhythmic existence leaving enough room for interpretation. Stories mostly wrapped under a thin disguise. What Rima Das manages to say loudly is always with the silences and abandon of her characters. With glimpses of tales and images unseen, left for the imaginations of viewers

Zoya Akhtar’s ‘Gully Boy’ bags this prestigious award

Gully Boy, which served as a voice for most struggling hip-hop artistes in India, has been honoured with the best film award at the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne (IFFM).

Shah Rukh Khan quips about not making too many hit films

The Indian Film Festival of Melbourne kick started their tenth year celebrations here on Thursday. Superstar Shah Rukh Khan, the guest of honour at the festival, couldn't help but take a jibe at himself for not making as many hits as he would like to.

Check out which Indian films bagged nominations for the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne Award 2019

One of the biggest Indian Film Festivals outside of India, the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne has just announced its nominations for its annual awards ceremony.

Shah Rukh Khan to be the chief guest of Indian Film Festival of Melbourne

Rima Das shot to global fame when her film Village Rockstars which was an Assamese language film won the National Award for Best Feature Film in 2018 and was even India's official entry from the country to the Oscars. Now her new film, Bulbul Can Sing is all set to be the opening night film of the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne.

Nine films shortlisted for MAMI 20th Mumbai Film Festival!

Nine films have been shortlisted for this year’s Oxfam Best Film on Gender Equality Award 2018 at Jio MAMI 20th Mumbai Film Festival with Star. 

Nine films shortlisted for MAMI 20th Mumbai Film Festival!

Nine films have been shortlisted for this year’s Oxfam Best Film on Gender Equality Award 2018 at Jio MAMI 20th Mumbai Film Festival with Star. 

VILLAGE ROCKSTARS Movie Review : PURE MAGIC

Writer, director, cinematographer & editor Rima Das's second movie after MAN WITH THE BINOCULARS (ANTARDRISHTI), VILLAGE ROCKSTARS is a pure magical song of dream, hope, limitations, childhood innocence & simplicity sung with a resounding soul filling chorus.

Rima Das: Would love to make a Hindi film

Filmmaker Rima Das, who is overjoyed as her Assamese film VILLAGE ROCKSTARS has been chosen as India's official entry to the Academy Award's best foreign language film category, says she would love to make a Hindi film.

Why this Friday – 26th September 2018 is the most interesting cinematic experience

The maverick Mani Ratnam’s CHEKKA CHIVANTHA VAANAM (English: Crimson Red Sky), the influentially radical Vishal Bhardwaj ‘s PATAAKHA, the proud desi Sharat Katariya’s SUI DHAAGA and India’s official entry for Oscars Rima Das VILLAGE ROCKSTARS, Friday at your nearest theater has rarely offered such enthralling choices that promise to celebrate the triumph of content over anything else.

Adil Hussain wants government to back VILLAGE ROCKSTARS in Oscar race

Assamese actor Adil Hussain has urged the government to release Rs 5 crore for the promotion of Rima Das' Assamese film VILLAGE ROCKSTARS ahead of the Oscars, where it will represent India in the Best Foreign Language film category.

VILLAGE ROCKSTARS to release on September 28

After winning the Best Feature film Award at the 65th National Film Awards, Rima Das' directorial VILLAGE ROCKSTARS, an Assamese movie, will release across India on September 28.

Rima Das overwhelmed by response to her film in Toronto

National Award-winning filmmaker Rima Das' film BULBUL CAN SING premiered at Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) 2018. It was screened in a house packed audience on Monday, and she is overwhelmed by people's response to it.

DIFF concludes with screening of Rima Das’ VILLAGE ROCKSTARS

The 6th edition of Dharamshala International Film Festival (DIFF) 2017 concluded with a screening of Rima Das’ VILLAGE ROCKSTARS.The concluding day began with a screening of Claude Barras’ MY LIFE AS A ZUCCHINI, the stop motion animated feature which was well received by the audiences.
 

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