Panaji, Nov 22: The first day at the 12th Film Bazaar saw a flurry of activities, aimed at understanding the fast-evolving world of filmmaking and technology associated with it and figuring out new ways of creating and distributing world-class content.
The Co-Production Market (CPM) kick-started the day with a slate of interesting projects that reflected the ‘diversity of narratives’ the region is home to. The room was abuzz with excitement as the 19 filmmakers took to the podium and presented their projects to a selected audience of industry professionals including national and international producers, distributors, sales agents and financiers.
The pitches blended genres that ranged from social comedy to period dramas to family satires to coming of age stories.
The films explored a wide array of themes including religion, spirituality, sexuality, morality, politics of oppression, death and loss and loneliness. (UNI)