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Festival du Film de Mumbai 2009
11ème édition

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Lifetime Achievement Awards to Theo Angelopoulos and Shashi Kapoor
11th Mumbai Film Festival (MFF) will honour two extremely talented film-makers from India and abroad. Indian actor-producer Shashi Kapoor will receive the Indian lifetime achievement award at the inaugural function of the Festival on October 29, 2009.

Mumbai Film Festival programme is divided into five sections: International Competition for the First Feature Films of Directors, World Cinema, Indian Showcase, Mumbai Dimensions and Retrospectives.

International Competition for the First Feature Films of Directors is for the best of debut feature films of directors from around the world produced within one calendar year before the festival dates. This section aims at discovering and honoring new talents in the field of direction and providing them networking possibilities.

World Cinema focuses on screening the best films from all over the world produced within one calendar year before the festival dates. This section is meant to be a Festival of Festival films, the award winning and critically acclaimed films screened in other international film festivals and commercially successful, technically superior films. This section is an indicator of the latest trends in film making around the globe.

Indian Showcase, as the name indicates, presents a selection of Indian cinema made in one calendar year before the festival dates. This section is meant to be a show window for the best Indian films targeting the foreign delegates, Festival directors, sales agents and co-producers. The Festival plans to promote this section in a big way and help the film makers network with target group.

Mumbai Dimensions is to tease, target and provide a forum to the young creative minds in the city of Mumbai to come up with the best film on any aspect of this metropolis in any format of their choice. Only students and young media professionals under 25 years of age can submit films for this competition section.

The Retrospective section presents the treasures from the past. It is nostalgia for the veterans to revisit these films and a process of learning and sheer pleasure of watching these masterpieces for the youngsters.

The Mumbai Film Festival Programme aims to present the best of the crop in all its sections.

English

Mumbai Film Festival programme is divided into five sections: International Competition for the First Feature Films of Directors, World Cinema, Indian Showcase, Mumbai Dimensions and Retrospectives.

International Competition for the First Feature Films of Directors is for the best of debut feature films of directors from around the world produced within one calendar year before the festival dates. This section aims at discovering and honoring new talents in the field of direction and providing them networking possibilities.

World Cinema focuses on screening the best films from all over the world produced within one calendar year before the festival dates. This section is meant to be a Festival of Festival films, the award winning and critically acclaimed films screened in other international film festivals and commercially successful, technically superior films. This section is an indicator of the latest trends in film making around the globe.

Indian Showcase, as the name indicates, presents a selection of Indian cinema made in one calendar year before the festival dates. This section is meant to be a show window for the best Indian films targeting the foreign delegates, Festival directors, sales agents and co-producers. The Festival plans to promote this section in a big way and help the film makers network with target group.

Mumbai Dimensions is to tease, target and provide a forum to the young creative minds in the city of Mumbai to come up with the best film on any aspect of this metropolis in any format of their choice. Only students and young media professionals under 25 years of age can submit films for this competition section.

The Retrospective section presents the treasures from the past. It is nostalgia for the veterans to revisit these films and a process of learning and sheer pleasure of watching these masterpieces for the youngsters.

The Mumbai Film Festival Programme aims to present the best of the crop in all its sections.

Festival Team

S. Narayan
Festival Director

Programming Team

Uma Da Cunha
Senior Programmer

S. Santhanam
Programmer

Bikas Mishra

Program Coordinators:
Mangesh Mardhekar
Prasad Khatu

Print Coordinator
Jaising Londhe