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FILM FEST:
Cinema Cinema: 11th. New York Indian Film Festival

The Indo-American Arts Council presented a bouquet of exquisite Indian films, both Bollywood and in-language at the 11th. Annual New York Indian Film Festival, May 4-8. The festival is North America’s oldest and most prestigious destination for feature films, documentaries, and short stories from produced in the Indian subcontinent. NYIFF is a once-a-year opportunity to experience the rich and diverse film cultures of the subcontinent through a mix of film screenings, discussions, industry panels, nightly parties, an awards ceremony, and gala red carpet events. A Siliconeer report.




Capping off five days of Indian cinematic excellence, the 11th Annual New York Indian Film Festival came to a close in grand fashion on May 8 with the spectacular Closing Night red carpet premiere of Rituparno Ghosh’s powerful film Noukadubi which was attended by Rishi Kapoor, Neetu Singh Kapoor, Salman Rushdie, Mira Nair, Aparna Sen, Madhur Jaffrey, Ambassador Prakash Shah, Consul General Prabhu Dayal, and many other notable celebrities. Following the premiere at Asia Society in Manhattan was the festival’s annual awards ceremony. The winners are listed below.

• Best Feature Film - Sthaniya Sambaad, directed by Arjun Gourisaria & Moinak Biswas
• Best Director - Aparna Sen, Iti Mrinalini
• Best Actor - Rishi Kapoor, Do Dooni Chaar
• Best Actress - Konkona Sen Sharma, Iti Mrinalini
• Best Screenplay - Mohan Raghavan, T.D. Dasan Std. VI B
• Best Documentary - Bhopali (Max Carlson)
• Best Short Film - Just That Sort Of A Day (Abhay Kumar)


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COVER STORY
Social Media:
Savior of Mankind or a Peril
Parents don’t quite understand the impact of social media on their children. It is a subject of major debate. We should make the most of the new age of information says Prof. Vivek Wadhwa


SUBCONTINENT
Dangerous Misperceptions:
Chinese Views of India’s Rise
At the mass level, ignorance, stereotyping, and latent hostility characterize the views of India held by a large segment of Chinese society, writes Prof. Minxin Pei


SUBCONTINENT
Indo-Pak Ties:
Post-Osama Scenario
The U.S. eliminated Osama bin Laden in Pakistan. India cannot postpone the issue of J&K till eternity, writes Priyanka Bhardwaj


OTHER STORIES
EDITORIAL: Social Media: Savior or Peril
POLITICS: Didi, Behenji and Amma
SUBCONTINENT: India Seeks Dawood
CONFERENCE: TiECon 2011
TRIBUTE: Celebrating Tagore
COMPETITION: Intel Science Fair
TRAVEL: Liberty Ship at Pier 45
PHILANTHROPY: Cupertino Rotary Project: Education for Kids
RECIPE: Fruity Nutty Custard
AUTO REVIEW: 2011 Nissan Juke SV
BOOK REVIEW: The Sweetness of Tears
FILM FEST: 11th New York Indian Film Festival 2011
BOLLYWOOD: Flim Review: Ragini MMS
BOLLYWOOD: Guftugu
TAMIL FILM: Engeyum Kaadhal
CULTURE: CCF Dance Competition
INFOTECH INDIA: Tech Briefs
HOROSCOPE: June

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