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IFFI pays Homage to Cine Veterans

IFFI pays Homage to Cine Veterans
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IFFI 2015 pays tribute to noted film personalities who passed away in the last year through showcasing their films in its exclusive section ‘Homage’. The presence of those who are gone can be profoundly felt when their most memorable films

IFFI 2015 pays tribute to noted film personalities who passed away in the last year through showcasing their films in its exclusive section ‘Homage’. The presence of those who are gone can be profoundly felt when their most memorable films are screened for the ones who long for just another sight. Ardent fans and family embrace the beloved masters' artistry yet again. There are homage sections for both Indian Cine veterans and also Veterans from International Cinema,
The Cine personalities who have been included in the ‘Homage’ are-

Indian Cinema:

Aadesh Shrivastava, noted composer and singer who composed music for over a hundred Hindi films. (Film-Chalte Chalte),

Bidyut Chakravarty a veteran theatre, film, radio and television director and actor.( Film-Dwaar-The Voyage Out),

Daggubati Ramanaidu, a veteran Telugu film producer who has also produced movies in Hindi, Tamil, Malayalam, Kannada and Bengali. (Film-Preminchu)

Deven Varma, an Indian film and television actor, particularly known for his comic roles, with directors like Basu Chatterji. (Katta Meetha)

Nageswara Rao, renowned producer of Telugu cinema, (Fim-Shankarabharnam)

Indra Bania, a theatre, radio, film and television legend in Assam.(Halodhiya Choraye)

K. Balachander, a veteran director of Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Hindi cinema. (Film-Maro Charithra)

Manayangath Subramanian Viswanathan, music director and Composer also known as M.S.V. (Film-Maro Charithra)

Manorama Apoorva, a veteran Tamil actress who acted in more than 1500 films. (Film-Sagodharargal)

Nirad N. Mohapatrafilms), a veteran director, his debut feature film, Maya Miriga (1984), (Film-Maya Miriga)

Ravindra Jain, music Composer and music director who gave may popular song (Film-Henna),

International cinema:

Manoel De Oliveira (Portugal), the most prolific film directors and probably the only film maker whose active career spanned from silent era to the digital age. (Film- Christopher Columbus The Enigma)

Ankita Ekberg (Itly-France), one of the most popular actresses of 1950s remembered for roles of glamorous girls she played. (Film-La Dolce Vita).

Omar Sharif (UK), Oscar nominated and multiple Golden globe winning actor. (Film-Lawrence of Arabia)

Wes Craven (United States), the trailblazing master of horror films who redefined horror through cinema. (Film-Scream)
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