It’s been a reality over the years, where the best scripts remain unturned into pictures merely because of lack of basic support. Especially with the aspiring filmmakers, who have hundreds of short film scripts crafted with their creative potentials, it’s been a dream never came true. If you’re one amongst them, here’s a great chance to turn your dreams into reality.
Bollywood’s most successful filmmaker Anurag Kashyap (Ram Gopal Varma’s ‘Sathya’, Dev D) in association with Tumbhi.com is hosting short film contest. Perhaps, it sounds a time-worn concept, where you’ll have to send your copies of short film with some entry fees.
Guess what? There’s no such clichés here. All that you have got to do is to send your scripts either in English or Hindi.
The organizers have listed the following criteria on which the contestants will be selected.
Tumbhi.com and Anurag Kashyap have joined hands to produce 5 Short Films, Last date 30th May 2011
Tumbhi.com has announced Paanch – A Short Film Competition for actors, directors and technicians under the tutelage of Anurag Kashyap, who will not only be actively taking all these aspirants under his wings but will also suggest, correct and mentor them.
If you’re keen to make a short film, here’s your big chance. Upload your script on Tumbhi and 5 short film scripts will be selected by a panel headed by Anurag Kashyap. These five films will be produced by Tumbhi.com and mentored by Anurag Kashyap. You will get to direct the film if the script is short listed.
Registrations and Entries open now!
Last date of Submission of Scripts: 30th May 2011
Announcement of Selected Scripts: 15th June 2011
Film duration should not be more than 10 minutes. Scripts accepted in Hindi and English only.
Winning entry will be awarded with cash prizes and writer will be given a chance to be the part of the making of the film.
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