Today, we broke the news about Poo getting selected for the 6th Chennai International Film Festival to be held from December 17th. Now, we bring you more updates.
Myskin’s Anjaathe and Sasikumar’s Subramaniapuram have joined Poo in the Tamil section of this prestigious film festival, which brings you many remarkable films (like the recent Lives of Others) from all over the world (nearly 34 countries). The 10-day film festival is conducted by Indo Cine Appreciation Forum and the State Government.
A special tribute will be paid to late directors C.V. Sridhar of India and Keisuke Kinoshita of Japan for their valuable contribution to cinema.
Though it is a conglomeration of acclaimed international films, the main focus will be on Russian films this year.
All eyes are set on Pretty to think So, a sweet little love triangle by an NRI in the US. The film garnered some good reviews from reputed film critics of Hollywood, and as a result, is drawing media attention.
Screening theatres: Woodlands Complex and South Indian Film Chamber Theatre.
PS: Lives of Others, a German film, was released in India seven months ago and had an incredibly successful run.