Mumbai Film Festival(MAMI)

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This Year @ MFM

The MFM is a B2B platform that connects filmmakers and film distributors with buyers

Festival Director’s Note

I hope that every delegate has truly enjoyed watching the films that we have hand-picked

Thank You, MFF

The MFF has improved so much over the years

Quick Five

I think it’s superb and I have been watching films

Why finding a global audience isn’t easy

Producers pointedly ask filmmakers who their films are targeted at

“Gangoobai is an amalgamation but she is very close to my grandmother”

Gangoobai is about an old woman who is based in Matheran

“I’m convinced my films are saleable”

I have made a very simple film and it can be understood even without subtitles


I was waiting for an Indian festival that could hold its own

Rapid Fire

MAMI’s film festival is the most important festival in India

“Doing Paanch Adhyay was a cathartic experience”

The script, craft and the way the film has been written is magical

“ID could be the story of any city”

The story is set in Mumbai but it could be any other city too


Amid cheers and claps for the 14th MFF, we spoke to film professionals on what makes this festival special My first memory of being an actor and being projected to the world was through a film festival.  Any film festival

“Since I was born in India, screening at MFF was very special”

Kanwal Sethi, Director, Fernes Land (Germany) This is my first time at the Mumbai Film Festival and the experience has been nothing short of marvellous. I was born in India but moved to Germany at a young age. So showcasing

Rapid Fire

Shivendra  Singh Dungarpur, Director What do you think of Mumbai Film Festival (MFF) 2012? I think it needs to be better organised. This year, for the first time, we managed to have silent Hindi films for the screenings and we

“My film mirrors the immigrant experience”

Director Antonio Mendez Esparza’s film Here And There was screened to a warm reception at the MFF. He can’t stop feeling happy Attractive Programming I arrived in Mumbai on Monday and have got busy with presenting my film to the

“The industry is not receptive to the films I want to make”

Noted Marathi playwright Ratnakar Matkari makes his directorial debut at the age of 74 with his film Investment. Ratnakar shares his experience on making his film and more… You have made your film debut at  the age of 74 when

Celluloid Man on celluloid

“Every can of film has an identity of its own, said French film archivist and cinephile Henri Langlois. Founding Director of the National Film Archive of India (NFAI), PK Nair is undoubtedly inspired by Langlois and has devoted his entire

“Being at the MFF is being in the big league”

Director of Argentinian film From Tuesday To Tuesday, Gustavo Fernandez Trivino, talks about his first time at the MFF and why it is a significant film festival for him This is my first time in India and I am delighted

Taking steps to save our film heritage

Day five of the MFF witnessed an open forum discussion on the crucial subject of ‘Film Restoration and Preservation’. Particpating in the discussion were Mike Pogorzelski, Director, Academy Film Archive; filmmaker Shivendra Dungarpur; David Pozzi of Cineteca Bologna; Kimbal Thurstan,

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