Arunachal Film Festival 2018
The 5th edition of the Arunachal Film Festival organised by the Film Federation of Arunachal in collaboration with the department of Information and Public Relations came to a colourful end
The 5th edition of the Arunachal Film Festival organised by the Film Federation of Arunachal in collaboration with the department of Information and Public Relations came to a colourful end recently.
The three days event opened its doors to a whole new generation of filmmakers and artistes from across the state and others, at the Dorjee Khandu Convention Hall.
The final day of the Arunachal Film Festival ended up with a documentary movie ‘Michi’ directed by Dulley Tamang and also featured Tripura Short Film Competition on women empowerment.
To encourage the upcoming talents, certificates were also given away to the young artistes who had participated in the three-day workshop on acting.
First Published: 28th March, 2018 10:52 IST
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