Indian Films To Win Awards In Sundance Film Festival 2024

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Two Indian Films Shine at Sundance Film Festival 2024

| Updated: January 27, 2024 18:04

The Sundance Film Festival 2024 celebrated two Indian films that won prestigious awards. They are ‘Girls Will Be Girls’, a drama by Shuchi Talati, and ‘Nocturnes’, a documentary by Anirban Dutta and Anupama Srinivasan.

‘Girls Will Be Girls’: A Bold and Beautiful Drama

‘Girls Will Be Girls’ tells the story of a rebellious teenager who explores her sexuality and identity in a conservative boarding school. The film won the hearts of the audience and the jury, who awarded it The Audience Award and the Special Jury Award for Acting for Preeti Panigrahi, who played the protagonist.

‘Girls Will Be Girls’, a drama by Shuchi Talati

‘Nocturnes’: A Stunning Documentary on Hawk Moths

‘Nocturnes’ is a stunning documentary that captures the beauty and mystery of hawk moths, as seen through the eyes of a scientist and a local resident. The film won the World Cinema Documentary Special Jury Award for Craft, making it the fourth Indian documentary to win an award at the festival in a row.

‘Nocturnes’, a documentary by Anirban Dutta and Anupama Srinivasan.

The Filmmakers and the Producers Share Their Joy

The filmmakers and the producers of the masterpiece expressed their gratitude and joy for the recognition. Shuchi Talati said that the film was a personal and rewarding experience, and that she hoped it would spark important conversations about coming-of-age experiences. Richa Chadha and Ali Fazal, who produced the film, said that they were proud of the film and the actors and that they believed in the power of storytelling and the need to champion diverse narratives.

The Filmmakers and the Producers of ‘Girls Will be Girls’ and ‘Nocturnes’

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