UNICEF and National Film Development Corporation (NFDC) partnered to promote films with a child rights perspective at the 53rd International Film Festival of India (IFFI) in Goa. Children’s and adolescents’ issues and rights will be highlighted through a special section for films at IFFI for the first time.
- NFDC and UNICEF jointly screened Six films during the 9-day festival, aimed at depicting the real issues faced by children and raising awareness of the rights of children.
- Six films include Nagesh Kukunoor directed ‘Dhanak’ and ‘Nani Tere Morni’ by Akashaditya Lama which is a true story about a child who overcame fear and saved her grandmother from drowning.
- Other films are ‘Sumi’, directed by Amol Gole, ‘Two Friends’ (original title Dostojee) Bengali film directed by Prasun Chatterjee, Udd Jaa Nanhe Dil’, a Hindi film directed by Swaroopraj Medara.
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