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A delegation of New Zealand filmmakers is attending the 6th edition of Film Bazaar India in Goa, which runs in conjunction with the 43rd International Film Festival of India (IFFI).
Leading the delegation is New Zealand Film Commission CEO Graeme Mason, who is attending alongside Robin Murphy of Film New Zealand, and filmmakers Kristian Eek (line producer, The Most Fun You Can Have Dying), Zia Mandviwalla (writer/director, Night Shift), and Philippa Campbell (producer, Top of the Lake).
Film Bazaar India is a development, financing and sales platform for films and aims to foster collaborations between the International and Indian film industries. It is attended by filmmakers from across the globe, and runs from 21-24 November.
The New Zealand delegation will have the opportunity to attend the Bazaar’s Co-Production Market, as well as the National Film Development Corporation of India Knowledge Series, where Graeme Mason will make a presentation on the New Zealand film industry.
New Zealand films The Orator, Two Little Boys and The Last Dogs of Winter will also be screening at the festival. Producer Catherine Fitzgerald (The Orator) is also attending.
The festival runs from 20-30 November 2012.