Mumbai, Monday, February 25, 2013: NFDC (National Film Development Corporation) announces today, that the first edition of Doc Bazaar, the premier market for South-Asian narrative documentaries, will be by invitation only.
The first edition starting this year in April will entail Think Tank sessions and conferences with industry experts and professionals, spread over three days in select cities. This has been scheduled with an objective to arrive to the specific needs of the Indian documentary industry and documentary makers, further which various programs will be designed catering to crucial stages of making a documentary.
The National Film Development Corporation Ltd. (a Public Sector Enterprise under the Ministry of Information & Broadcasting) was formed by the Government of India with the primary objective of planning, promoting and organising an integrated and efficient development of the Indian film industry. With more than 300 films in 18 regional languages, many of which have earned wide acclaim and won national and international awards, NFDC's architecture aims towards creating domestic and global appreciation of the Cinemas of India.
NFDC also organises Film Bazaar, South Asia's Global Film Market in Goa. Film Bazaar is the biggest co-production and distribution market for the entire South Asian region and is held every year in November, alongside IFFI.
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