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Two Assamese filmmakers secure spot in NFDC Screenwriters' Lab

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Two Assamese filmmakers secure spot in NFDC Screenwriters Lab
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Guwahati, July 14: Two scripts by filmmakers from Assam have been selected for prestigious National Film Development Corporation of India (NFDC) Screenwriters' Lab 2021.

'An Unreal Story' by Utpal Borpujari and 'Gos Kota Manuh' (The Woodcutter) by Prakash Deka are the two scripts selected for the NFDC Screenwriters' Lab.


The scripts and the participants selected will work closely under the mentorship of the international script and industry experts to fine-tune their work in an intensive 5-month program.


The scripts selected from other parts of India include – Construction by Akshay Indikar (Marathi), Goonga Pehelwan (The Deaf Wrestler) by Vivek Chaudhary (Haryanvi, Hindi), Mandra Saptak (The Lower Octave) by Kshama Padalkar (Marathi), Notun Gur (A New Sweetness) by Deyali Mukherjee (Bengali), Oranges Smell Like Turpentine by Sasha Singh (Hindi, English) and Rekhtaby by Himadri Parmar (Gujarati).

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Two Assamese filmmakers secure spot in NFDC Screenwriters Lab

Guwahati, July 14: Two scripts by filmmakers from Assam have been selected for prestigious National Film Development Corporation of India (NFDC) Screenwriters' Lab 2021.

'An Unreal Story' by Utpal Borpujari and 'Gos Kota Manuh' (The Woodcutter) by Prakash Deka are the two scripts selected for the NFDC Screenwriters' Lab.


The scripts and the participants selected will work closely under the mentorship of the international script and industry experts to fine-tune their work in an intensive 5-month program.


The scripts selected from other parts of India include – Construction by Akshay Indikar (Marathi), Goonga Pehelwan (The Deaf Wrestler) by Vivek Chaudhary (Haryanvi, Hindi), Mandra Saptak (The Lower Octave) by Kshama Padalkar (Marathi), Notun Gur (A New Sweetness) by Deyali Mukherjee (Bengali), Oranges Smell Like Turpentine by Sasha Singh (Hindi, English) and Rekhtaby by Himadri Parmar (Gujarati).

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