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Norway Tamil Film Festival – 2013 Shortlist

The 4th Norway Tamil Film Festival will be screening a selection of short films, documentaries and music videos in Oslo on March 10th. Here is a statement from the team regarding their selections for the event:

The Norway Tamil Film Festival received 35 Short Films, 7 Documentaries and 6 Music Videos in total from all across the globe (India, Sri Lanka, France, UK, Canada, Malaysia). We are proud to say that all the films received are excellent and NTFF would like to thank the producers, directors for their cherishing efforts. It was really a tough competition between the 35 received short films, and the NTFF short films jury team came to a decision to shortlist the below mentioned 20 short films, 4 documentaries and 5 music videos and that will be screened in Oslo, Norway.

After viewing all the submissions over the past several weeks, we have narrowed our choices down to a se1ect group of finalists. In the coming weeks, we will be gathering high-quality versions of all the films we have chosen as finalists, after which we will make final selections and award the Best Short Film in our film festival which is going to held in Oslo on 27th April 2013. Each of the films below has a very good chance of being a winner!

Short Films Selected for Screening

Today27  ||  Humanity 14/6  ||  Anjadha Vaasam  ||  Panchayathupotti
Tamil Ini  ||  Vetridam  ||  Heaven Fall  ||  Thagaboomi
Kanavugal  ||  Idukkan  ||  The lost paradise  ||  Karpanai
December 2012  ||  Stop  ||  Sevalai  ||  Yagam
Mouna Mozhi  ||  Agalya  ||  Kasappu_Inippu  ||  Ammavukku oru Muttham

 Documentary Selected for Screening

My Village – Palaniyappan Azhagammal  ||  Kattaikkuttu – Sue Rees
Oyiur Olai – Logesh Mani  ||  Boxing Babylon – Alfredo De Braganza

Music Videos Selected for Screening

Uyirin Yeakkam – Directed by Prasanna  ||  Yethanai Aasai – Directed by K.Vinoth
Uyiroduthaan – Directed by Kandeepan Ranganathan  ||  Manmadham – Directed by Johan Paul Hofer
Adi Penne – Directed by Pras Lingam

 

Click here to read more about the Norway Tamil Film Festival, which takes place in April.