Uma Da Cunha Rebrands Her Film India Worldwide Into On Global Screens
The veteran film historian and curator Uma Da Cunha is privileged to have been part of India’s independent cinema movement over the last 50 years through its innumerable highs and lows. The year 2018 marks two decades since she first started editing and publishing the magazine Film India Worldwide. Then, as now, the aim has been to champion Indian independent films on the global stage. With this in mind, Uma has decided to re-branded her magazine under the re branded title On Global Screens, which is planned to coincide with the opening of the 20th Jio MAMI Mumbai Film Festival with Star (October 25 – November 1). The OGS magazine will continue the legacy of Film India Worldwide, as a news journal, arguably India’s only publication focused on its independent and regional cinema movement. It will cover India’s vibrant filmmaking spectrum: art house, independent, debut and regional language work, short films and documentaries, books on cinema, views, and reviews. It will feature regularly, in advance, upcoming work from both debut and master filmmakers, just as it celebrates India’s cinematic achievements the world over. It is designed to be of special interest to film professionals, festival organizers and programmers, as well as to academics, journalists, researchers, and libraries, nationally and internationally. The On Global Screens (OGS) banner endeavors to occupy an exclusive space, spotlighting the lost and often forgotten independent film and filmmaker. It is an embodiment of our longstanding efforts to link India’s many cinemas to international opportunities, sparking dialogue, business, and recognition. OGS will support quality cinema and provide services including subtitling in English, casting, and film festival programming and consultancy. Stay tuned to www.bollyy.com for more information on On Global Screens.
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