Ravindra Bharathi Will Now Offer Free Screening Opportunities For Upcoming Filmmakers!

 

To encourage new talent, Telangana language and cultural department has come up with a new initiative. Under this initiative, Ravindra Bharathi will now exhibit their movies every Saturday from November 12 onwards.

Every Saturday from 4PM to 9PM, two films will be screened. The hall in the complex was renovated at a cost of `80 Lakh recently enabling the directors to screen their short films. The first floor of Ravindra Bharathi will be given free of cost to young directors to screen their short films.

From the past 45 years, Ravindhra Bharathi is serving as a platform for different arts and cultural festivals. On 11 May 2010, the golden jubilee celebrations of the auditorium were organised by the Government of Andhra Pradesh. While the reputed labs are charging money, Ravindra Bharathi is going to be free for upcoming movie talents.

The cultural department has been organizing short film festivals one week every year. From now, every Saturday will be a free-zone for directors to promote their short films.

When Telangana organised a short film festival last year, Tarun Bhaskar, an upcoming director from Warangal, screened his first short film ‘Sainma’. Later, Tarun got offers in Tollywood and became a successful director with his maiden film ‘Pelli Choopulu’.

Kudos to Telangana Govt for taking these type of initiatives for encouraging new talent.

 

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