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India’s very first film festival The Oneness Fest to premiere on YouTube

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The Oneness Fest is one of a kind festival which celebrates the work of Indie short filmmakers across the globe. It’s India’s First Festival to be premiered on an open platform (YouTube). Organised by CineShorts Premiere, the festival is in collaboration with international short film curators Retrospective of Jupiter (UK) and Red Polka Productions (Bangalore based Artist & Filmmaker Collective).

The three day festival kicks off on 14 August 2020 and as many as 20+ short films from India and the world will be shall be premiered on CineShorts Premiere channel for a limited preview of 12 hours. Most of these short films have won/been selections at various National and International Festivals like Tribecca IFF, NYFF, Montreal IFF, London International FF, JIFF and many more. There would something for everybody as we have different genres like drama, comedy, documentary, sci-fi, animation, horror, thriller, suspense and experimental across multiple languages (Hindi, English, Bengali, Marathi, Russian, Spanish Tamil, Kannada, and Malayalam).

Saif Hyder, founder of Cine Short Premier said, “The whole idea with ‘The Oneness Fest’ is to provide a platform for audiences who can watch some amazing short films from India and the world. It is also India’s first festival to be premiered on an open platform. This being our very first edition our aim was to showcase films which goes far beyond the aspect of just story-telling. I would like to thank Retrospective of Jupiter and Red Polka Productions for coming on board and making this a reality.”

Below are the shorts which will be premiered

Louder – Directed By – Jake Viramontez
Vitha – Directed By – Avishkar Bharadwaj
Little Cosmic Shore – Directed By – Pavel Kungurov
LOOP – Directed By – Debipriya Garai
Instant Doctor – Directed By – Diogo Gameiro & The Youth
Kathi Pe Ghoda – Directed By – Ashish Choudhary
The Good Wife – Directed By – Prataya Saha
Momento (Neurosi5) – Directed By – Michael Coutto
Autumn – Directed By – Saurav Kumar
Three Pills – Directed By – Christian Wenger
Migratory – Directed By – Amitabha Chaterji
The Dream Eater – Directed By – Simon Doutreleau
Vagupparai 4B – Directed by – Jameer
The Marksman – Directed By – Conor Healy
Vighatane – Directed By – Ram Majjonaath
Aaj Kal Ki Auratein – Directed By – Kaustav Debnath
Lucas Is Here – Directed By – Owen Lazur
OUT – Directed By – Lauren McCaughey
Un-Suitables – Directed By – Taruna Khanagwal
PEER – Directed By – Lee Campbell
Srishti – Directed By – Vikram Thalialla

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