3rd edition of Kashmir World Film Festival from June 19 - watsupptoday.com
3rd edition of Kashmir World Film Festival from June 19
Posted 05 May 2018 04:26 PM

The Kashmir World Film Festival, (KWFF) presented by Zee TV and Zee Cinema, will bring creators, diverse audiences and the industry together in Srinagar during the Bi-annual Storytelling Festival Running between June 19 and 25, 2018.
In a statement issued here, Mushtaaque Ali Ahmad Khan, Festival Director KWFF said that this collaboration with Zee TV and Zee Cinema will proper KWFF’s ongoing mission to empower positive , creative, motivational , humanity based storytellers with the opportunities and tools to bring their stories to life.
“The 2018 Festival is set to get momentum from last year’s edition, which not only saw record setting attendance but also the sizeable entries of innovative, thought provoking and entertaining films,” he added.
“The inaugural Kashmir World film Festival editions premiered to huge crowds with the first-ever initiative in the Kashmir Valley following a banner year that saw record submissions in its very first two test initiatives across all of our festival programmes. It’s clear, that there is exciting work being created in different ways and on more different platforms than ever before, by the participants,” said Khan, for the third and the following editions of the festival.
He further said “Our mission is to provide filmmakers with unparalleled opportunities to share their projects with a global audience.”
“Associated itself with ideas working on the concept of truth, integrity, creativity and hope, KWFF is one such platforms which augurs well with the brand ideologies of Zee TV and is the perfect partner to help further our film festival to reach global audience and we eagerly look forward to seeing what our endlessly surprising creators bring us in 2018”, added Khan.
“We have had support from the prestigious organisations like Film & Television Institute of India (FTII), National Film Archives of India (NFAI), Films Division (FD), Children’s Film Society of India (CFSI), and Directorate of Film Festivals (DFF),” he added.
The festival was founded by Mushtaaque Ali Ahmad Khan to spur the economic and cultural revitalization of Kashmir following the closure of cinema, in Kashmir.

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