Indian talent presented By Vikrant More & Brijesh Gurnani in Cannes Market 2021
After being canceled last year due to the pandemic, the prestigious Cannes Film Festival makes a stunning return this year and puts the spotlight on movies from the World. March’e du film Cannes Market is having an online screening for those who cannot be there physically due to pandemics. Whether they're screening online or onsite at Cannes this year or elsewhere, you should put these Asian movies on your watchlist. There are a variety of subjects. Notable highlights of Indian movies during this Cannes online screening. Dada Lakhmi by Yashpal Sharma is a biopic of a Haryanvi folk artist who is considered to be Shakespeare of Haryana, The film portrays his complete journey with all the twists and turns.
Dhumkkudiya is based on human trafficking in Jharkhand. Showing the dark side of humanity how human sells human to serve human. The film is Produced by Sumit Agarwal and Directed by Nandlal Nayak. Blind Mind is a film with complexes of situations that a father is sentenced to rape and kill his only daughter. The film is made in two languages in Gujarati and Hindi by Vajshi Vavnotia. He tried to capture that emotional element where he succeeded. I am Banni is a remarkable film to watch, as it promotes girl child education with all the entertaining elements that will keep you engaged till the end. The film is produced by Anil Garg and Directed by Nitin Choudhary and KK Makwana.
Devarakanassu-Dream of God is a Kannada film that delicately portrays the children’s emotions. Words do not suffice to describe the amazing beauty, simplicity, and purity of this movie. Directed by Suresh Lakkoor.