Finest director award for Amritsar filmaker at MIDFF
Amritsar, Might 12
‘Masquerade’, a 20-minute movie, made by city-based Urdu poet and filmmaker Dev Hindavi has gained the Finest Director Award on the Multi-Dimension Impartial Movie Competition (MDIFF) held within the UK just lately.
The MDIFF is a competition celebrating impartial cinema from the world over and Hindavi’s movie Masquarade was nominated within the Finest Brief movie class and Finest Director, which it gained amongst 4 different nominees.
The brief movie is Hindavi’s first undertaking as a filmmaker and the star forged embody city-based poet and actor Arvinder Chamak and Dilraj. The movie is an English language, drama primarily based on complexity of human relationships, a critique on gender-role and notion of affection. The movie is produced by East West productions and Balvinder Kaur.
Hindavi has beforehand composed Urdu poetry books’ translations.
He used to additionally run Urdu podcasts and has been a part of varied nationwide, worldwide literary boards.
Masquerade has additionally been shortlisted for the Dadsaheb Phalke Awards within the brief movie class.
The movie has been additionally shortlisted for a number of impartial movie festivals in India, together with Ideally suited Worldwide Movie Competition. The movie is searching for an OTT launch.