To present a film, most pleasing for a filmmaker : Sumitra Bhave

‘Meet the directors’ session on the fifth day of 18th IFFK saw audience interaction with directors Sumitra Bhave, Sunil Sukthankar, Sudevan PP and Majid Barzegar. The program was held at Sree Theater at five in the evening.
Marathi director was of the opinion that for a film maker, the most pleasing thing is presenting his film. Her film ‘Astu’, co-directed by Sunil Sukthankar , is part of the festival competition section. “Astu deals with the chain of memories between an Alzheimer patient and an elephant”, Sukthankar briefed about the film.
Malayali director Sudevan P P of ‘CR No 89’ said that despite of having done short films it was his first venture on the big screen. He said that taking films into a higher level of satellite value and marketing tactics were out of his mind. The director also revealed that he completed his production with the financial support of his friends and well wishers.
“Sex is the extreme of emotions”, Sudevan replied to a question from the audience. The director also expressed his joy on IFFK’s selection of his film, calling it a real bonus for him work.
Irani director Majid Barzegar, director of ‘Parviz’, claimed that his film is a non sociological one. “The protagonist, Parviz is not just a character but the instinct, the reflection that every human posses”, he added. Meera sahib and Balu Kiriyath moderated the section.