Saturday, October 18, 2014

Celeb Speak: Our Cine Artists in conversation @ Mumbai Film Festival

With cinema and celebrity packed days, the 16th Mumbai Film Festival is growing on city’s cine buffs. From film screenings, premieres to star gazing, the days at MAMI abounded with variety of films and experiences. While the whole of Mumbai is enjoying this festival, we herewith bring to you exclusive conversational videos of our stars straight from the festival for all those who are missing being here. Please click on the link to watch it. But before that, don't forget to watch the MAMI 2014 - its My Festival promo...

Actor Deepika Padukone and Anupama Chopra speak about their experience at the Mumbai Film Festival and share their love for cinema. Deepika Padukone talks about her interest in French cinema and the importance of film festivals.

Actor Imran Khan speaks about Mumbai Film Festival and the importance of film festivals play. The actor also throws light on crowd funding for MAMI. 

Filmmaker Vikramaditya Motwane express his views about Mumbai Film Festival- his expectations and his festival schedule. Motwane sheds light on the importance of films and film festivals.

Filmmaker Anupam Kher talks about his film Buddha In a Traffic Jam and the importance of film festivals and his understanding of character.

Swedish filmmaker Sofia Norlin talks about her film Broken Hill Blues and international festivals and her excitement in being a part of the Mumbai Film Festival.

Amit Khanna, founder of the Mumbai Film Festival talks about the festival- the origin, the idea and the concept. Amit Khanna sheds light on the process of funding for the festival and the extended support from Bollywood.

Filmmakers Rez Kempton and Atul Malhotra talk about their film, Amar Akbar & Tony and the international film festivals and their own development as a filmmakers.

Actors Pallavi Joshi and director Vivek Agnihotri talk about their film, Buddha In a Traffic Jam and international film festivals.

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