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The Maya of Bunnu K. Endo (ಬುನ್ನು ಕೆ. ಎಂಡೊ ಮಾಯೆ) - Poster

The Maya of Bunnu K. Endo (ಬುನ್ನು ಕೆ. ಎಂಡೊ ಮಾಯೆ) - Poster This poster is free to be downloaded and used as it is. 

The Maya of Bunnu K. Endo (ಬುನ್ನು ಕೆ. ಎಂಡೊ ಮಾಯೆ) - A teaser

The Maya of Bunnu K. Endo (ಬುನ್ನು ಕೆ. ಎಂಡೊ ಮಾಯೆ) - A teaser 'ಬುನ್ನು ಕೆ. ಎಂಡೊ ಮಾಯೆ' ರಾಮಚಂದ್ರ ಪಿ. ಎನ್. ನಿರ್ದೇಶಿತ ೯೯ ನಿಮಿಷಗಳ ಕೊರ್ಪೋರೆಟೋಕ್ರೆಸಿ ಕಥಾವಸ್ತುವುಳ್ಳ ಕನ್ನಡ ಭಾಷಾ ಚಲನಚಿತ್ರ. 'The Maya of Bunnu K. Endo' is a 99 minute feature length movie in Kannada language directed by Ramchandra PN on corporatocracy. Cast: Chitrra Jaitley, Vinnay Vishwaa Direction, Screenplay and Editing: Ramchandra PN Cinematography: S olanki Chakraborty Sync Sound: Sudipto Mukhopadhyay Associate Director: Pradip Saha Executive Producer: Suresh Gujar Production support: Ahalya Ballal Producer: Sushma PN BAnner: Sonk Films

My 'Double Life' at Films Division - Part 3

Kundu Saab, as we called Virender Kundu, was on deputation to Films Division from the Haryana state cadre of government civil services. He is a film buff, the indication of it was that every evening he saw a movie in his home theater that had 5.1 speakers, so we were told. After taking charge as the Director General of Films Division, as the post is called now as against the earlier Chief Producer, he quickly realized that the system that Films Division had developed over the years actually put off the spirited independent documentary film maker or kept them out of it's range.   He opened up the organization to people who otherwise would not have entered into it's premises at Peddar Road. Consultation with independent documentary film makers became the norm. One of the major reforms he had undertaken in his tenure was to streamline the online application process and make the process seem transparent. After the applicant submitted his / her proposal on line on to the

My 'Double Life' at Films Division - Part 2

A edit grab from the film 'Double Life' Didn't I mention earlier that the film laboratory person at Mahim talked about the state of affairs at Films Division? Well, that day he said something else too. Their laboratory often processed and bulk printed the ‘News Magazines’ that were to be shown compulsorily in movie theaters; after Films Division supplied it with the negatives of the films. The laboratory person had then whispered into my ears something to this effect, “They would order let's say X number of prints that were to be kept in X number of cans for a pan India release. Now, who knows what would be inside those X number of cans? Tell me... who knows? "   Well, it seems in retrospect, that whisper that day encapsulated in itself the crux of the matter that has been plaguing the organization over the years. Who knows what would be in those cans? Who knows, what are the Films Division films that were being screened at theaters across the country; an