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Nfdc picks six for 10th Screenwriters' Lab

15 July 2016 6:03 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Projects show a diversity of languages: Tamil, Malayalam, Bengali, Hindi and Punjabi.

Nfdc India (National Film Development Corporation India) has unveiled the six projects selected for the 10th edition of the Nfdc Film Bazaar Screenwriters’ Lab. As with the last two editions, the Lab is in collaboration with the Sarajevo International Film Festival.

The particpants selected are:

Heart and Soul (Tamil) by Hari Hara Sudhan, a student of the Satyajit Ray Film & Television Institute who trained under Balu Mahendra in Chennai.

Spirogyra (Malayalam) by Abhilash Vijayan, a graduate of the Film and Television Institute of India, Pune who has made the shorts The Dual (Dwand) and The Elephant From The Bridge.

The Gift (Bengali) by Tamal Sen [pictured], who also studied at Satyajit Ray Film & Television Institute and won international prizes with his graduation film Still Voices.

The Ward (Malayalam) by Kris Rajan, who worked as an editor on John SaylesGo For Sisters and who studied at New »

- wendy.mitchell@screendaily.com (Wendy Mitchell)

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"It's Just Movie-making": John Sayles Interviewed By Cinema Retro's Mark Cerulli

17 February 2016 7:44 PM, PST | Cinemaretro.com | See recent CinemaRetro news »

Still doing it his way: Sayles today.

By Mark Cerulli

The interview was set for 10:30 Am.  Usually they run a few minutes late as the celebrity works his way through a call list. When the moment arrives an assistant handles the intros. Not this time. At precisely 10:30:00, the phone rang and iconic Indie filmmaker John Sayles introduced himself. And why not? A no-nonsense, get- it -done type of auteur, Sayles handles his own publicity calls and was keen to discuss his remarkable and varied career in advance of a weekend retrospective at La’s Cinefamily February 18 - 20.

Sayles broke into the business, like so many before him, by working with genre legend Roger Corman who figuratively and literally wrote the book on low budget filmmaking. “I got very lucky, didn’t realize it at the time, “Sayles recalls. “I wrote three screenplays (Piranha, The Lady in Red »

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