An award I am particularly proud of because Vikram Joglekar is one of those rare sound recordists and engineers whose knowledge of films and music—he is an accomplished Dhrupad singer—is unsurpassed.
A person with an amazing understanding of cinema, of storytelling and of life itself, I am fortunate to have known and worked with Vikram for over 20 years on all my films.
The Karbonn Mobiles 17th Annual Star Screen Award for Best Sound went to Vikram Joglekar for Road, Movie.
This award is an acknowledgment of Dev Benegal’s commitment to sound in his films.
The soundtrack was a collaborative effort and I share this award with other illustrious members of the sound team. P M Satheesh and Shajith worked on the sound design,Roland Vais and Sharon Smith did the post-production and Dom Tavella mixed the film. A big thanks to Screen, this encourages all of us to continue to strive for excellence.
The 18th Puchon International Film Festival (PiFan)’s Network of Asian Fantastic Films (NAFF) wrapped tonight with top Bucheon Award going to Dev Benegal’s Indian project Dead, End Or: How I Learned To Stop Living And Love Being Officially Dead.
Jury head Michael Favelle said: “Dead, End may be seen as a surprising choice given that it’s not an immediately obvious, traditional fantastic film in the way fantastic film festivals are known for. It is, however, a brilliant satirical surrealist comedy of a place that no one has seen before.”
SEOUL – Indian director Dev Benegal’s pitch for a dark comedy “Dead End” was named as the best project at the Network of Asian Fantastic Films .
The story of a man who is declared as dead by a shady government department and has to take extreme measures to prove that he is alive, was written by Benegal and Sarat Rao and is to be produced by Satish Kaushik Entertainment and Benegal’s August Entertainment. The Bucheon Award is worth $15,000.
July 2–July 8 4:50pm daily
Laemmle Sunset 5 (8000 Sunset Boulevard, West Hollywood)
Tribeca Film is coming to Los Angeles!
Ten Films! Two Weeks!
June 25 – July 8
Tribeca Film, supported by Founding Partner American Express®, brings you the best of independent and foreign film (including titles from the 2010 Tribeca Film Festival) online, on demand, and in theaters all across the country. If you live in the Los Angeles area, you can see Road, Movie screening from July 2 – July 8 at 4:50pm daily at the Laemmle Sunset 5 (8000 Sunset Boulevard, West Hollywood).
Tribeca Film titles range from romantic comedies and animated sci-fi thrillers to sports documentaries and rock-and-roll biopics. Check out the other Tribeca Films screening in Los Angeles and around the country here http://www.tribecafilm.com/tribecafilm/tf-filmguide/
If you can’t make it to a theater, you can still watch at home – Tribeca Film is also available on Amazon On Demand and Vudu in the US until mid August.
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Sunday, April 18, 2010 Single Tickets on sale to downtown residents (Ticket Outlets only, proof of zip code below Canal Street)
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Passionate about entertaining the world with original stories and characters often not seen on screen August Entertainment’s feature ROAD, MOVIE was a project selected at the 2006 Atelier du Cannes. Produced by Ross Katz (Lost in Translation), Susan Landau & Dev Benegal it was Opening Night film at the Berlin International Film Festival (Generation Plus) and premiered at the Toronto International Film festival. Earlier films have premiered at Venice, Berlin, Toronto and Tribeca Film Festivals.
Upcoming projects include BOMBAY SAMURAI, a noir set in Mumbai.. The political satire Dead, End or: How I Learnt to Stop Living and Love Being Officially Dead and SACRED NUMBERS a feature on the genius Indian mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan.
Intent on discovering new voices and new talent, August Entertainment produces short feature films by first time filmmakers for global distribution through its maverick program 24x7 Making MoviesTM.