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Regent Park Film festival!

We are thrilled to announce that we are an official selection of The Regent Park Film Festival. We’ll be screening on November 18th, 19th and 20th in Toronto.
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Toronto Reel Asian Film Festival!

We are excited to be a part of a fantastic festival Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival
We’re screening Tuesday November 10th at 1pm at the AGO Jackman Hall!

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Here Be Dragons!

We are please to announce that we were an official selection of the Here Be Dragons Film fest and are even more pleased that we received an award for excellence in design! Big thanks goes to Radha and Kiarash who really made this film beautiful!!

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some more official selections!

We are thrilled to announce we took part in some fab festivals: Hill Country and The One Film Festival. We were thrilled to take part in these amazing festivals!!
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WAMMfest round-up

Wow! We were so honoured to be an official selection of WAMMfest. However we were thrilled to have won Best Narrative and Best of Fest!!! What an amazing honour for our little Nayan!

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Nayan gets a rave review!!

Check out this amazing review of Nayan and the Evil Eye!!! Thanks Cinemablographer for the kind words!!

Here’s an excerpt:
“…Nayan and the Evil Eye (Dir. Shaleen Sangha; Canada, 8 min.)… This short is easily the best of the programme as it brings a playful rhyming story about an unlucky boy and an all-seeing eye. The script hilariously creates a wicked nursery rhyme as young Nayan (Neil Bhaskaran, very fun) stumbles into ill-fortune like Jack spilling his beans. The film plays with fantasy and make believe, all the while balancing the sinisterness of the all-seeing eye with the sing-song cadence of the narrator’s verse. Production efforts are top notch, especially the cinematography by Kiarah Sadigh, but Sangha’s script is the highlight of the night. This hilarious and fantastical short shows much promise for the filmmaker: she’s one to watch! (With one eye or two, take your pick.)” – See more at: http://www.cinemablographer.com/2015/05/oneff-review-friday-night-shorts.html#sthash.FlGwFljo.dpuf


Female Eye Film Festival – Toronto

We are thrilled to announce that we are an official selection of Female Eye Film Festival in Toronto! Excited to be screening in the beautiful Artscape building on Shaw Street at the Tiny World Theatre!! We’re screening on Wednesday June 17th at 1:30pm with some fab shorts!
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Official Selection – NYIFF!!

We are so happy to announce that we are an official selection of the New York Indian Film Festival in NYC!!

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Nominee – Yorkton Film Festival 2015

We are so happy to announce we are a nominee in the 2015 Yorkton Film Festival under the Multicultural category. We’re up against some fantastic content – including a piece by CBC News’ the National! Yay!

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Taos Shortz Film Fest!

We are happy to announce we are an official selection of the 2015 TAOS SHORTZ FILM FEST! Recently voted by MovieMaker Magazine to be one of the top 50 Film Festivals Worth the Entry Fee.

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