Noida: The exclusivity and enthusiasm of Marwah Studios once again brought the 9th Edition of Global Film Festival Noida. The festival is not only the biggest in North India but has been rated as one of the most happening festivals of the world.
The grand opening of the festival, this time, designed in two major segments, one by the renowned film star and politician Shatrughan Sinha and other by the Hungarian Ambassador to India, H.E. Gyula Petho, at Noida Film City.
“Films are the Ambassador of culture of the country and film festivals are the platform to showcase that culture. The purpose of the Global Film Festival is to bring in Love Peace and Unity through art and Culture,” said Sandeep Marwah, President of Marwah Studios and GFFN.
“What a great idea of the festival to cater to the young population of the World and also bringing them together through cinema is quite a unique idea. I admire the organizing capacity of the festival where 52 events have been planned in just three days.” said Shatrughan Sinha, appreciating and congratulating the management of the festival while lighting the inaugural lamp.
“There was a time when we used to spend all our pocket money only in watching cinema during festivals. Now, it is available in your campus. Learn from all the activities of the festival as this is the real industry,” said T.S. Nagabharana, renowned Director of Kannada Films and nine national award winners.
The festival includes workshops, seminars, interactions, master classes, screenings, exhibitions, book releases, poster releases, teaser releases, feature film releases, music and dance, entertainment and fashion shows.
Actor and Director Aditya Raj Kapoor, renowned Director Raju Pareskar, Mr. Prabhas Kumar Singh, Member of Parliament from Orissa, renowned Model and Actress Alesia Raut, Bollywood Choreographer Sandip Soparrkar, Festival Director and Secretary General ICMEI Ashok Tyagi also spoke on the occasion.
International Chamber of Media and Entertainment Industry, Marwah Studios, Asian Academy of Film and Television, International Film and Television Club and many national and international organizations supported the event.