It’s again time for documentary maker Sagnik Chatterjee to bask in his creation’s glory. His docu Feluda: 50 Years of Ray’s Detective is yet again selected for a prestigious film festival. After doing the rounds of Kolkata International Film Festival and winning the Best Debut Film of a Director in Non-Feature Film category at the National Film Awards last year, his docu will now be shown at the Mumbai International Film Festival for Documentaries, Short Fiction and Animation films (MIFF). “This year will mark the celebrations of Satyajit Ray’s birth centenary. So, MIFF has organised a section where all ray documentaries will be shown. My docu will be a part of this selection. They will create a bouquet of films on and by Ray. I am extremely honoured to have received this invitation. It’s like a dream-come-true moment for me. The film festival itself is one of the oldest ones in South East Asia. In fact, being able to make this documentary was another dream-come-true event in my life,” Sagnik said.
The 16th edition of the film festival will take place from January 28 to February 3.
Source: Times of India