India's first short collaborative film PROJECT 11 to release online
Thursday, November 29, 2012 12:40:16 PM (IST)
Bollywood Trade Editorial
PROJECT 11, India’s first short collaborative film that was shot in 11 cities of the world, at 27 different locations, with combined crew strength of over a 100 people belonging to 13 different ethnicities, is all set to release online on December 1st.
In its long journey of film festivals, it won the Best Sound Award at Imphal International Short Film Festival 2012, premiered at Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival 2012, showcased in the Panorama section of Budapest Shorts Film Festival (Busho 2012), Hungary, and Gandhara Film Festival in Pakistan.
The film generated a lot of buzz last year, when true to its numbers theme, the 11 min 11 sec long film had premiered at 11:11 AM on 11.11.11 on www.glamsham.com. However, post that the makers had taken it off the net, for its journey to various film festivals. The makers are also releasing a detailed making of the film, with regards to how a ‘collaborative’ film can be made, with different talents across the world. The approx 15 minute long making will clear a lot of myths surrounding the shooting of the film, and will be of a great help to film buffs and aspiring filmmakers.
Speaking on the occasion the Indian director Vikas Chandra said, “I am quite happy that PROJECT 11, a film that was made possible because of a lot of collaborative efforts from across the world, is releasing online. I wish that more and more people watch the film and hope that they will like the same.”
The film which premiered on glamsham.com last year and now will be available on youtube from Dec 1st.
You can find more trivia at http://www.project11thefilm.com/trivia/ &
Project 11 Timeline - http://www.project11thefilm.com/timeline/
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Tags : Project 11, Best Sound Award, Imphal International Short Film Festival 2012, Budapest Shorts Film Festival