Wednesday, 27 November 2013

Films depict real essence of life and culture

Director of the film, ‘The Coffin Maker’ Veena Bakshi
The Director of the film, ‘The Coffin Maker’ Veena Bakshi said that the films depict the essence of life and preservation of culture.

 Interacting with media persons with her cast and crew during the 44th International Film Festival of India (IFFI) here today, she said “The Coffin Maker is a life changing film. It represents cinema that inspires. The film has gravity, charm, humour and a soul that celebrates the magic, called life.” 

Set against the authentic and seductive spirit of a Goan Village, Coffin Maker is a poignant tale about a reluctant Coffin Maker who learns about life from a very unusual and mysterious source. 

The debut feature film Director said that it is a part of Entertaining cinema that inspires and she hoped that all Indians would watch the film and get inspired. It will make Indian cinema proud in the world stage, the director added. 

The Director said that the story is set in that part of Goa which is generally not exposed to tourists. The real Goa is still conservative, orthodox and far away from the beaches. The film is being made at a very old Christian Goan village. 

The Producer of the Film, Bharat Vijan said that the music of Bapi-Tutul and songs by Hema Sardesai captures the essence and the sunshine spirit of Goa. Coffin Maker represents the blueprint of dealing with life in an entertaining way. 

Hema Sardesai thanked the Director that she has cared about Goa and made the film depicting Goan and Konkani language and culture. 

Coffin Maker is being screened at the International Competition, as well as the Indian Panorama section of IFFI 2013. The film is having second screening on 27th of this month. 

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