Wednesday, January 21, 2009

"Rang Rasiya Freedom of Expression Movement"

A painting competition 'Rang Rasiya Freedom of Expression Movement' with huge prize money to be won is being organized by the producers and director of the film. The last for the completion is 21st January 2009. The prize money is unprecedented with one first prize of Rs. Ten Lakhs, Second Prize Rs. Five Lakhs, Third Prize of One Lakh and seventeen appreciation prize of Fifty Thousand. Such prize money is unheard for a painting competition.

'Rang Rasiya Freedom of Expression Movement' is open for all above 18 years. It doesn't matter who you are – a student, painter, house wife, young or old – what matters here is you know painting. Entrance is free. Just log on to, fill up a form and attach photos of your 2-3 last painting you made it.

For further and detailed information contact 022-40742100 or Amrita Naik on 099877 54549 or Renuka Thawani on 098217 19231. Or Infinity Filmed Entertainment at 605-609 Crystel Plaza, A wing, New Link Road, Andheri (West),Mumbai- 53.(India). Or Visit:

3rd International Short Film Festival of India 2009

The Don Bosco Institute of Communication Arts's International Short Film Festival, now in its 3rd year, is the largest and most highly attended short film festival in Chennai. The 2 day festival presents over 50 International and National short films from more than 15 countries, to an audience of 20,000. SFFI is best known for its diverse and cosmopolitan balance of film that ranges from variety of genres like drama, documentary, animation, comedy, science fiction and mystery.

DBICA is the parent organization of the SFFI. Its is a non-profit Media and Communication Arts organization that presents the best in world's short film cinema to audiences in Chennai. There Mission is to "celebrate the culture and art of the moving image through film making and film going experience of exceptional merit and diversity that challenge, transcend and entertain."

They are glad to announce that the forthcoming 3rd International Short Film Festival of India 2009 will be held on 7th and 8th February 2009.

They will be delighted to have your entries for this 3rd International Short Film Festival of India before 20th January 2009. You can send your entries by post to the address mentioned in the attachment. For more details kindly visit our website All films produced after June 2007 till December 2008 is eligible for this festival.

For any queries contact us at or or Don Bosco Institute of Communication Arts [DBICA], "The Citadel" 45 Landons Road, Chennai-10.(India)

Telephone: (044) 26423930.

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