75 Creative Minds of Tomorrow
Applications for the 75 Creative Minds of Tomorrow are closed!
Thank you for your enthusiastic participation. So many of you across the country sent in your entries and we are grateful to see the overwhelming response.
Meet the Grand Jury
I am honoured to be a part of the grand jury, where young creative talents will be given a mere 53 hours to make a complete short film from an idea to its execution. We will be able to witness the participants put all their abilities to the test, from their teamwork to their composure. Their objective will matter the most, and that’s what will trickle down to the minute details that will appear on the screen.
I would like to thank Anurag Singh Thakur, the Information & Broadcasting minister, for taking this initiative, NFDC, and ShortsTV for giving such an important platform for new talent to have a voice.
Ravi K Chandran
Meet the Selection Jury
I am really excited to be a jury member at the film festival. It’s an honour and privilege as I grew up hearing many great talents emerge from here since my childhood. I promise that I’ll do my best to see that the best talent wins.
75 CMOT is a great initiative to identify and encourage young and budding talents. They were able to showcase their work on a larger platform. During the evaluation came across lots of new ideas and different experimental approaches showcased by these young talents, congrats and all the very best to all the participants, and congrats to NFDC and the people behind this wonderful initiative.
Tomorrow, I think, India is a country where cinema, in any form is celebrated. @75 CMOT there is an equal opportunity for everyone in this nation to project their talent as storytellers in different forms of cinema and its technique… be it a short story, documentary, full-length, animation, etc… no matter if you are a trained or an amateur filmmaker…
Meet the winners
The shortlisted submissions for the 75 Creative Minds for the International Film Festival of India (IFFI) are
Category : Script Writing