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Indian Panorama film fest begins

By Correspondent

SHILLONG, March 12 � The 3rd edition of the Indian Panorama Film Festival was inaugurated here today by Meghalaya Chief Minister Mukul Sangma with the screening of award winning Marathi film �Dr Prakash Baba Amte: the Real Hero� directed by Samruoddhi Porey.

Sangma in his inaugural speech said that the Panorama Film Festival provides a unique platform for young filmmakers to hone their skills and also give film enthusiasts opportunity to watch quality films.

Secretary, Information and Broadcasting Ministry, Bimal Julka said the North East is getting special focus and as a result 54 films of NE have been commissioned by Film Division in the past few years.

He further added that films from NE are adding to the richness and cultural diversity of the country and also helping promote regional cinema.

Twelve award winning films will be screened including nine feature films and three non-feature films in nine languages during the three-day festival.

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Indian Panorama film fest begins

SHILLONG, March 12 � The 3rd edition of the Indian Panorama Film Festival was inaugurated here today by Meghalaya Chief Minister Mukul Sangma with the screening of award winning Marathi film �Dr Prakash Baba Amte: the Real Hero� directed by Samruoddhi Porey.

Sangma in his inaugural speech said that the Panorama Film Festival provides a unique platform for young filmmakers to hone their skills and also give film enthusiasts opportunity to watch quality films.

Secretary, Information and Broadcasting Ministry, Bimal Julka said the North East is getting special focus and as a result 54 films of NE have been commissioned by Film Division in the past few years.

He further added that films from NE are adding to the richness and cultural diversity of the country and also helping promote regional cinema.

Twelve award winning films will be screened including nine feature films and three non-feature films in nine languages during the three-day festival.