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Six short films from India to feature in Bhutan Film Festival
PTI, August 15, 2013
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Six short films from India have been shortlisted for the Beskop Tshechu (Bhutan Short Film Festival) this year.

Films such as 'Journey to Nagaland', 'Do Flowers Fly', 'Gullak', 'Dopahar', 'Bidaya' and 'The Last Day' have been selected among 10 other foreign films.

This year, the festival has three Bhutan animations, four Bhutan documentaries, four Bhutan fictions and five Bhutan special in the competitive category.

The festival is scheduled to take place from September 5-10.

Beskop Tshechu was first launched in celebration of the historic Royal Wedding in Bhutan 2011.

The festival is the first documentary, animation and short film festival in Bhutan and is dedicated to promoting and encouraging creative filmmaking in Bhutan.

It showcases not only films made by Bhutanese but also a few foreign films.-Business Standard

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