Édition - 2024

Ranajit Ray

Ranajit Ray

Ranajit Ray has studied cinema at “Film & Television Institute of India” in Pune. Since then he has directed, scripted and photographed films for Indian television channels and international production companies. Clay Image Makers of Kumartuli received Silver Lotus at 62nd Indian National Film Award in 2014. AOLEANG received Silver Lotus at 63rd Indian National Film Award in 2015. AJOPA GACHA was selected in the Indian panorama 2001. Jury Member in 2017 for final selection in National film Award of Non-Fiction & Short Film categories. Mentor at "Let's Doc" for "Young Film Talents Initiative" of Docedge, Kolkata 2018/2019. Mentor at "Liberation Museum of Bangladesh" in Dhaka for "Exposition of Young Film Talents 2022/2023".

Meilleur court-métrage expérimental

Genre : expérimental Format : Long métrage Released on : 30 novembre -1 Duration : 9:47 : Inde


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On a desolate riverbed something suddenly popped up. It generated a huge curiosity amongst the local. What revealed at the end disappointed everyone. Disgusted crowd abandoned it after displaying their cruelty towards it. Yet, in a hopeless and negative world there still remains a spark of hope.

Déclaration du réalisateur:

For me this is an anti-war film. When our precious and delicate senses are trampled and destroyed, we need some place to hide them. A place where no one will find them. Eventually nothing can escape the evil gaze. Though a sense of hopelessness engulf us, there still remains a spark of hope.