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IDPA sought wide platform for screening of documentaries

New Delhi, November 26: In an interaction with the media at the 44th International Film Festival of India (IFFI), General Secretary, Indian Documentary Producers’ Association (IDPA), Sanskar Desai said that a wide platform should be evolved by the government to screen documentaries in theatres and different TV Channels.

He also said that the documentary makers who are doing great work for a social cause should be given due recognition.

Sanskar Desai said that IDPA is committed to take documentary films to the remotest corners of the country by arranging different open forums, workshops and seminars. He said that IDPA in partnership with Mumbai International Film Festival (MIFF) is providing a good platform for promotion of documentaries. He said that IDPA is working in close collaboration with organizations like Dadasaheb Phalke Chitranagari (Film City), P.L. Deshpande Kala Academy and Film and Cultural Society of North East for screening of documentaries.

Priti Chandriani, Treasurer of IDPA added that IDPA is conducting open forums at 44th IFFI, IDPA-festivals in various cities, Open Forums and Seminars at MIFF-2014.

Lygia Mathews, Executive Committee Member, IDPA said that these open forums and workshops arranged by IDPA are the platform for foreign documentary makers to have deep insight into Indian documentaries.

Aftab Afridi, Executive Committee Member, IDPA said that acting on the request of IDPA, Doordarshan has provided a half-an-hour slot on each Monday where all documentary makers can screen their documentaries. 

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