Anurag Kashyap: About Danish and Indian film

In this video-clip, Anurag Kashyap talks about how he perceives the Danish film production

Director Anurag Kashyap is one of the driving forces in the new Indian independent-film-wave. Earlier this year he was in the jury of CPH PIX and came to Copenhagen to present the film ‘Trishna’, which he has produced and plays in. In August 2012 he came back in town to introduce the two opening films of the festival.


In this clip, Anurag Kashyap talks about the CPH PIX Film Festival and the new emerging Indian cinema


About CPH PIX Film Festival
The programme of CPH PIX offers 24 films packed with underground attitude, independent spirit and a handful of Bollywood bangs. In addition, the festival has invited some of the Indian indie film’s most notable new filmmakers, including Srinivas Sunderrajan (The Untitled Kartik Krishnan Project, Greater Elephant), Umesh Kulkarni (The Temple), debutant Aditi Roy (At the End of It All) and film curator Amrit Gangar with the experimental film programme Cinema of Prayoga.

More information about the film festival in Copenhagen here:



Anurag Kashyap tells about the Indian film scene

About Anurag Kashyap
Indian film director and screenwriter Anurag Singh Kashyap was listed among the 50 most influential Indians in 2011 by the Indian media house DNA, and he has received a long row of awards since his debut in 2004. He was born in Uttar Pradesh in 1972.

See also:
Umesh Kulkarni: About the diversity of Indian film

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