The International Film Festival of India 2022 took place in Goa from 20th November 2022 until 28th November 2022. The festival, now in its 53rd edition, promotes the art of film by providing a unique platform showcasing the best of cinema.
The Summit provided a roadmap for diverse content creators to navigate the film and television industry.
Karan Johar and Ayan Mukerji in conversation on the making of Brahmāstra.
Raj Nidimoru & Krishna DK along with Aparna purohit discussed how film makers derive stories from day to day life.
As Rajasthan has lot to offer to the film making community in terms of beautiful locations, rich cultural heritage and splendid forts, this session would be exposing these locations to the film makers/content creators.
"There are enormous opportunities that the Indian Creative Sector provides for expansion and leaving a global footprint of the country,”
Content is everywhere, but the overall experience of going to a theatre is unique.
OCC has revolutionised storytelling, giving opportunities for niche content to be produced, and showcasing regional content to previously unreachable viewers.
Copyright protection is the core of the creative economy, incentivising the creation of new works.