Pocket Films showcases the 10 best short films at Kala Ghoda Short Film Festival 2015
Mumbai, February 2015: Pocket Films is proud to associate with the Kala Ghoda Short Film Festival, to be held on 14th February 2015.Pocket Films co-cordially invites all cinema lovers to come watch the short listed films which are under Swachh Bharat theme and Open theme. The festival will aim at encouraging budding cinema makers and will help understand cinema in the short film format. The festival is going to showcase the creativity of young talents and will showcase their skills before the audience.
Pocket Films had conducted a contest for short film makers, where they were asked to make a short film and the top 10 films under each category are being screened at the well-known Kala Ghoda Short Film Festival.. The movie screening will be held on the 14th February 2015 at Commaraswamy Hall, BNHS Auditorium, Kala Ghoda from 11.00 am to 1.00 pm and .
The top 3winners under each category of the short film festival will be felicitated by the popular actor of the Indian Cinema Varun Dhawanalong with the jury members Mrs. Uma Da Cunha, Mr. ApurvaAsrani and Mr. Parvin Dabason the 15th February 2015 at Kala Ghoda.
So do come and enjoy at the Kala Ghoda Short Film Festival. Below is the list of films:
Name of the film
Amit L Singh
Life of P
Pawan D Kulkarni
Paint it Red
Name of the film
In the lap of Ganga
About Pocket Films: Pocket Films is the ultimate destination for distributing alternate content through various mediums. It is the No. 1 partner channel for YouTube in India (www.youtube.com/pocketfilms) for short films, independent films, animation films and documentaries with 125,000+ subscribers, 97+ million views and accumulates over 150,000 views daily. Its library comprises over 3,500 films aggregated from more than 1,200 film makers. Besides significantly distributing its content through YouTube, Pocket Films also showcases its content on online platforms such as platforms such as Daily Motion and Yahoo, on mobile, on video-on-demand platforms and lately also on television through a dedicated TV show title ‘Prime Talkies with Pocket Films’ on NDTV Prime.