Campaign India Team
May 04, 2017

New Directors' Showcase, invites entries from budding directors

The initiative has been taken by Kyoorius Creative Awards in association with Famous Innovations.

New Directors' Showcase, invites entries from budding directors
Inspired by the Saatchi & Saatchi New Directors' Showcase, which has become a highlight of the Cannes International Festival of Creativity, Kyoorius Creative Awards, in association with Famous Innovations, presents the first Indian New Directors’ Showcase. The showcase is open to all budding filmmakers and will be judged by a distinguished jury that includes renowned filmmaker Shekhar Kapoor, Cannes-winning ad-film Director Prasoon Pandey, “Dangal”-director Nitesh Tiwari and UK-based Director Ed Morris.  
 
The jury will choose 10 directors whose work will be highlighted and showcased at the Kyoorius Creative Awards 2017. Showreels of the selected Directors will also be sent to leading professionals in Advertising and Film Production. 
 
The deadline for entries is 15th May 2017. More details can be found on thenewdirectorsshowcase.in
 
Source:
Campaign India

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