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‘Front-row seats to the apocalypse’: Cannes doc takes on Delhi pollution, sectarian violence

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India's prolific movie industry enjoyed pride of place at the Cannes Film Festival. India sent a high-profile delegation to the Riviera, including a government minister and the country’s ambassador to France. India's film industry produces up to 2,000 movies per year, more than any other country.
1 month ago·Cannes, France

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‘Front-row seats to the apocalypse’: Cannes doc takes on Delhi pollution, sectarian violence

India’s prolific movie industry enjoyed pride of place at the Cannes Film Festival, starring as the film market’s first-ever guest of honour. FRANCE 24 spoke to director Shaunak Sen about his stunning New Delhi-set documentary “All That Breathes”, which screened at the festival this week. The festival’s 75th anniversary has been celebrated as a homecoming, a much-needed reunion after two years of lockdowns and virtual events. It’s also been a t…

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‘Front-row seats to the apocalypse’: Cannes doc takes on Delhi pollution, sectarian violence

India’s prolific movie industry enjoyed pride of place at the Cannes Film Festival, starring as the film market’s first-ever guest of honour. FRANCE 24 spoke to director Shaunak Sen about his stunning…

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