Children’s Film Festival day 3 sees good response

Dimapur, Oct 11 | Publish Date: 10/11/2018 11:20:32 AM IST

 Hundreds of students from Kohima attended the third day of the Children’s Film Festival at Regional Centre of Excellence in Music and Performing Arts (RCEMPA), Jotsoma on October 11. According to DIPR, films like Gattu, Ek Tha Bhujang, Karamati Coat and Nani Teri Morni were screened on the third day of the film fest.

 ‘Gattu,’ a film by Rajan Khosa dubbed in Nagamese was screened on the third day. It tells the story of a wayward child who yearns to conquer the airspace in his town by defeating Kali, a mysterious kite.

 ‘Ek Tha Bhujang,’ directed by Mohinder Pratap Singh, tells the story of a 10 year old Muslim boy wanting to play the role of Krishna, the Hindu god in the school drama.

 ‘Karamati Coat,’ directed by Ajay Kartik, revolves around Raju, a poor rag-picker and his magical coat with a secret attached to it which changes his life.

 ‘Nani Teri Morni,’ a Nagamese film by Akashaditya Lama is based on the real life story of National Bravery Award 2015 winner, Mhonbeni Ezung.

The Directorate of Information and Public Relations (DIPR) productions on Disaster Awareness, Mobile Etiquette, Protection & Caring of Government Properties (Responsible Citizen) and Rules & Ethics of Driving were also screened on the third day of the Film Festival.


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