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Ep.09: Deepti D'Cunha

Ep.09: Deepti D'Cunha

Author: IVM Podcasts

In the ninth episode of Anything But Bollywood, Neha RT will be talking to film programmer Deepti DCunha, who has programmed and consulted for festivals such as MAMI, Venice International Film Festival and Locarno International Film Festival to name a few. 01:46 - Intro 02:29 - Early Days 11:28 - Osians Cinefan Film Festival Mani Kaul 20:32 - On being a Film Programmer 24:34 - On Mentors 29:02 - On selecting an Indian film for Venice International Film Festival 38:51 - On Form vs Narrative 48:44 - On Negotiating with Filmmakers 56:00 - On Distribution 1:07:05 - Haider at Rome 1:12:38 - Advice for Filmmakers 1:17:27 - Final Recommendation Film Recommendations - The Battle For Banaras https://www.youtube.com/watch?voXu3XcTwkDM For any questions or comments find me on twitter - neharthak https://twitter.com/neharthak You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcast App on Android: https://goo.gl/tGYdU1 or iOS: https://goo.gl/sZSTU5 You can check out our website at http://www.ivmpodcasts.com/

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