Five documentary films produced by the Films Division of India have been selected in the prestigious Indian Panorama of the 46th International Film Festival of India-2015, Goa. This is a record for the 67 year old film production unit under the Ministry of Information & Broadcasting, having five of its best recent works finding place in the Indian Panorama the same year.
The Jury selected Phum Shang (Haobam Paban Kumar), Even Red Can Be Sad, (Amit Dutta), Aamar Katha: The Story of Binodini (Tuhinabha Majumdar), Spaces Between (Roohi Dixit & Ziba Bhagwagar) and Tender Is The Sight (Torsha Banerjee) for the Indian Panorama-2015.. Shri Mukesh Sharma, Director General Films Division while congratulating the film makers and crew for selection in the Indian Panorama has informed that the FD films and other films selected in the Panorama will be screened in the 46th IFFI, Panaji, Goa held between 20 – 30 November, 2015. All the five Films Division films have been selected in different national and international film festivals and won critical acclaim and awards, he added. Shri Sharma stated that while the Panorama films will be screened at select places after the IFFI- Goa, DVDs of FD films shall be available soon for sale, both on-line and from Films Division offices.