PR Newswire | 25 Nov, 2014
DELHI: Seven years since its inception, Global Film Festival Noida 2014 (GFFN) held at Marwah Studios has grown by leaps and bounds. The star studded event featured Bollywood biggies like Randhir Kapoor, Fugly star Mohit Marwah, Neetu Chandra, Anil Sharma, Jatin Pandit, Aruna Vasudev, Vivek Agnihotri, Pallavi Joshi, Rahul Mittra, Kinley Pelden (Bhutan), Ramesh Meer, Neeraj Pathak, Mahesh Aney, Bhairavi Goswami, Shilpi Sharma, Uttar Kumar and Ashok Tyagi. The gracious presence of H.E. Szilveszter Bus, Ambassador of Hungary, H.E. Darja Bavda Kuret, Ambassador of Slovenia and H.E. Mohd. Abdul Aziz Loum, Charge'd Affairs from Senegal added more gravity to the show.
The Film Festival has remained faithful to its founding purpose: to contribute towards the progression of cinema and celebrating unity through cinema. The three-day affair saw screenings of 500 films from various continents like Asia, Africa, North America and Europe and an array of 52 events including photography and painting exhibitions, global awards, workshops, new releases, and master classes, technical classes by Panasonic, Philips and Nikon and poster releases. Live performances by Shibani Kashyap, Tikku Hans and Salman of Astitv Band with the students of cinema and fashion set the stage on fire. The event was hosted by the Asian Academy of Film & Television.
"The festival continues on the road to success with some 15,000 footfalls this year from all over the world. The 7th GFFN has been announced as the most happening film festival on this side of the world," said Sandeep Marwah, President of the festival.
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SOURCE Asian News Agency