Shah Rukh Khan’s obtuse famous mini series-turned-film Ahamaq will be screened during a arriving 18th book of a Mumbai Film Festival.
Directed by filmmaker Mani Kaul, a film was initial expelled as a 4 partial TV mini-series on Doordarshan in 1991.
Later in a year 1992, a film was screened during a New York Film Festival. However, Ahamaq was never commercially released.
Ahamaq, that was formed on Fyodor Dostoevsky’s novel The Idiot, will be screened underneath a new programme of a film festival, called, ‘The New Medium’. The shred will be curated by artist Shaina Anand.
The unedited mini-series will be presented behind to behind as a four-hour film. To plead a film and how it was to work with Kaul, pivotal members of a strange expel and organisation including actor Meeta Vasisht and cinematographer Piyush Shah will also be present.
The film will be accompanied by a live measure achieved by a Vitaly Tkachuk Quartet from Ukraine.
“We are truly vehement to benefaction this new territory – my personal favourite territory – that showcases some of a some-more confidant and seminal experiments in filmmaking. we wish film lovers will take this event to knowledge works like a newly easy Man with a Movie Camera accompanied by live music, and Lav Diaz’ ‘Evolution of a Filipino Family’, among others,” pronounced Kiran Rao, Festival Chairperson, Jio MAMI 18th Mumbai Film Festival.
The territory will underline a best in innovative film-making by scouring a vital story of cinema – from a pregnancy to a contemporary moment.
Among a 14 titles that will shade via a festival, some of them embody Uday Shankar’s Kalpana (1948) easy by a World Cinema Foundation and an iconic work of stretched cinema – a two-screen Light Music (1975) by Lis Rhodes that will be commissioned inside a cinema hall.
These films will be screened via a festival, between 20 to 27 October.