The 42nd International Film Festival of India will be chaired by renowned wildlife documentary filmmaker, Mike Pandey.
Around 8,000 people are expected to attend the 42nd International Film Festival of India, which kicks off Wednesday in Goa.
MP: The  government, along with the department of tourism and Indian documentary associations, is starting initiatives that could help documentary makers by allocating budgets to many feature films and documentaries. This time the IFFI has partnered with Doordarshan so that documentaries showcased in the festival will be broadcast on the national channel at prime time. MP: Although documentaries themselves barely have any visibility in India, wildlife documentaries are the most neglected of the lot. MP: A wildlife documentary maker in this country needs to be highly passionate, committed and resourceful as monetary support is hard to find. We need to see work by master craftsmen from other countries like Akira Kurosawa and Abbas Kiarostami whose films have been showcased at the IFFI.
The need of the hour in Indian film schools is to promote latest technology in filmmaking, like 3D and animation.
In the near future films will be most viewed on tablets, cell phones, as 2G and 3G fast become popular.


India Real Time offers analysis and insights into the broad range of developments in business, markets, the economy, politics, culture, sports, and entertainment that take place every single day in the world’s largest democracy. New York: A documentary made on the life of activist Sampat Devi Pal will be screened at the 14th New York Indian Film Festival here. Download the all new Zee News app for Android and iOS to stay up to date with latest headlines and news stories in Politics, Entertainment, Sports, Technology, Business and much more from India and around the world. The three-day festival will showcase films and documentaries by Indian and international directors. The smallest documentary that you might see on the Discovery Channel or the National Geographic Channel costs somewhere between half to two million dollars. There is also a need to improve our filmmaking, simpler films need to be made with jargon out of the way. But in order to popularize foreign cinema in India, more dubbing initiatives need to be taken as language plays a crucial role in enabling people to relate to the films. The man doesn't even know how vibrant the Indian documentary scene is, and he is the president of the Indian Documentary Producer's Association. Regular posts from Wall Street Journal and Dow Jones Newswires reporters around the country provide a unique take on the main stories in the news, shed light on what else mattered and why, and give global readers a snapshot of what Indians have been talking about all week.


The event will be chaired by Mike Pandey, a renowned wildlife documentary filmmaker and producer of the television show “Earth Matters.” In an interview ahead of the festival,  Mr. Today, most documentaries shown on television are so boring and shoddy that no one wants to see them. Iranian films have the potential to gain popularity in India, as most of them have universal themes.
Pandey spoke to India Real Time about why documentaries and foreign films struggle to find an audience in India. In India, there is no support from the corporate stakeholders who have the ability to support such ventures and there’s too little support coming from the government.



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