Ek Paye Royecho Dariye' gets Cairo call

  • Ek Paye Royecho Dariye' gets Cairo call.
    Engineer-turned-filmmaker Robin Das, recipient of Bengal Film Journalist Association’s best documentary maker in 2004, has been invited to the prestigious Cairo film festival for the screening his debut feature film "Ek Paye Royecho Dariye".
    "Got a communique that my film will be shown in Palasis Du festival on Cairo Film Festival Market. It is a real honour for an experimental film which did not have conventional shooting schedules like other Tollywood movies," Das told PTI here.
    The film, whose cast includes unconventional actors like Mumbai BPO professional Aditi Bhattacharya, deals with the subject of a poet's fight against political machinations in the present-day society.
    Unable to get a moment's peace, he has to compromise with the wrongs in society, but wrestles with his conscience and starts to recall his soul in his life.

    The 91-minute film also was the official selection at the Golden Aphrodite - First Feature Films Premieres 2012 and Festival de Cine de Bogota, and Cyprus International Film Festival,2012.

    "I had shot my film in guerrilla style with low budget. It was completed with a budget within Rs 10 lakh," Das said.

    Das, an engineer by profession, had earlier made documentaries like Lovers' Paradise(2003), Jawaliwanabag of Bengal (2004), Aya Chand Mama(,2005), The Missing President & His Army(2006), Peace (2007), Man,Freedom & God (2007) and short film Window calls U (2008).

    'Ek Paye Royecho Dariye' gets Cairo call

    Engineer-turned-filmmaker Robin Das, recipient of Bengal Film Journalist Association's best documentary maker in 2004, has been invited to the prestigious Cairo film festival for the screening his debu

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