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Jamia to host northeast film festival

New Delhi, Aug 14 : The Jamia Millia Islamia university is set to hold a two-day northeast film festival - First Cut - from Friday.


In addition to screening of films, there will be a panel discussion too.

The university's Centre for North East Studies and Policy Research has collaborated with AJK Mass Communication Research Centre to organise the festival, a statement said.

Films like "Where There Are No Roads", "Revelation" and "The Nine Months" will be shown during the festival.

A panel discussion will be held Aug 17 on "Our Films, Their Films" with well-known faces from the northeast film industry like Maulee Senapati, Sanjoy Hazarika and Utpal Borpujari, among others. This will be followed by an interaction with the participants.

--IANS (Posted on 14-08-2013)

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