India at Berlinale 2018

By Pickle  February 26, 2018

The Indian delegation at Berlinale and Euroepean Film Market had several frutiful interactions with global counterparts positioning India cinema’s new narrative and desire to collaborate internationally not only in filmmaking but also in post produciton and digital services.The India delegation to Berlinale and European Film Market 2018 is led by prominent producer and director Karan Johar of Dharma Productions. The other delegation members include Vani Tripathi Tikoo, actress, producer and director, Shaji N Karun, director, Jahnu Barua, director,   and Bhumi Pednekar, actress.

The Ministry of Information & Broadcasting, in association with Confederation of Indian Industry, is participating in the 68th Berlin International Film Festival and European Film Market, to project Indian cinema, facilitate to syndicate,  market Indian films, shooting locales and film services in India.

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