A week-long film festival, organised by Children’s Film Society of India (CFSI), in association with Vivekananda Kendra Arunachal Pradesh is being organised in Arunachal Pradesh titled “CFSI Film Bonanza”, the festival opened on 17.02.17 at Vivekananda Kendra, Roning with the opening film ‘MAA’. The festival will encompass a journey for children through cinema and workshops. The festival will run from 17.02.2017 to 22.02.2017 Roning, Tezu, Sunpura, Tarfogram and Amaligm encompassing the journey to some of the remotest part of the country.

Films like “Adventure of Sugar doll”, The Friend, MAA, Nokpokiba, will be showcased; thereby offering a wholesome entertainment to the children from Arunachal Pradesh.

The CEO, Children Film Society of India, and Dr Shravan Kumar Dr Kumar says:

We have been very active in bringing high-quality children’s entertainment to the North East by way of exposing them to CFSI films for the last few years. We have seen many creative personnel from North East, being involved in various film making projects,” Shravan Kumar, CEO, CFSI, said”

CFSI is committed to strengthening the children’s film movement within India and promoting Indian produced children films across the globe. The festival travelled also travelled states of Assam, Mizoram & Sikkim.

ABOUT CFSI
CFSI promotes films that provide healthy and wholesome entertainment for children to broaden their perspective and encourage them to reflect on the world around. With an enviable catalogue of 250 films in 10 different languages, CFSI remains the prime producer of children’s films in South Asia. They organise film screenings across the country, reaching out to approximately four million children annually.

CFSI is committed to strengthening the children’s film movement within India and promoting Indian produced children’s films across the globe.

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