Wednesday, January 2, 2019

Indywood Film Carnival 2018

 Indywood Film Carnival 2018 was held in Hyderabad , Aneisha Sharma invited as a speaker for “The Receding Divide between Hindi and Regional Cinema “

Indywood Film Carnival 2018 at Hitex exhibition Center Hydranad. 
 Aneisha Sharma along with Actor & Director Besim Ajeti from Kosovo 
Aneisha Sharma with Besim Ajeti and  Hollywood actor Makfire Miftari 
Aneisha Sharma with french actor Marianne Borgo
After the speaker session Aneisha Sharma along 
with  Sanjay Gadhvi Director of film Dhoom 1, 2

Interview with Producer and Director, Anisha Sharma (IFC)| Bharat News Tv Prime

Monday, June 27, 2016

Aneisha Sharma ‘s award winning short film 'A Dream Never Dies' screening

All Assam Cine Producer Association felicitated National and International award winning film maker Aneisha Sharma for her film entitle 'A Dream Never Dies' which won and selected for Indian Panorama Best short film category in 45th International Film Festival 2014 under I & B Ministry Govt of India, won Best Indian Short Film in 7th Nashik International film festival 2015 and won Indie Spec special Jury Recognition Award in Boston International Film Festival 2016 on 26th June, Sunday at Guwahati Town Club . The film was screening in presence of many well known personality of Assam. Dramatist and writer Padmashree Arun Sarma said that it very well made it has carried a strong message about suffering families of terrorism. Dr. Aparajeeta Bokootoky said that it is most difficult task to make a film in sensitive subject and to present a perfect film within a 30mnt of duration. Noted actor of Assam Chetona Das said that it seems we are watching a full length film and every moment of the film touch my heart. Very  well made film. Other were present Dr. Hitesh Boruah, Film maker Heman Das, Ritesh Bhattacharya, Sanjeev Narayan .Junmani khaund general secretary gave vote of thanks to all.

Thursday, April 28, 2016

Best wishes & Review

ASSAMESE SUCCESS: The 14th Boston International Film Festival, USA a very prestigious film festival, was held from 14-18 April, 2016 showing over 75 films from over 60 countries spread over 5 days at 3 prestigious locations. Governor Charles Baker had welcomed all those attending the festival. Aneisha Sharma my very close friend received a Special Jury Recognition Award for her short film “A Dream Never Dies" in the festival. This film is based on the victims of terrorism in Assam and the ‘Aashwas’ project of the Government. Her films have a humane touch and have been screened and had received awards in several international films festivals earlier also. Her very famous short film "Freedom at the Edge" (2007), which portrayed the true story of human rights violation of Machang Lalung, who was in jail / Tezpur Mental Hospital for 54 years (from 1951 - 2005) without trial, had also received several international awards including being screened at Cannes International Film Festival (2008). Congrats to her and her team. Best wishes always Aneisha.

~ Sanjiv Goswami, Melbourne, Australia

A Dream Never Dies

' A Dream Never Dies' Awarded best Indian short film at Nashik International Film Festival 2015

Friday, April 22, 2016

' A Dream Never Dies' won Indie Soul Special Jury Recognition Award

'A Dream Never Dies' film by Aneisha Sharma won the Indie Soul Special Jury Recognition Award in Short film category in  Boston International Film Festival 2016.

Thursday, November 27, 2014

Glimpses from IFFI 2014, Goa

After the screening of my film " A Dream Never Dies" along with the International audience at 45th International Film Festival of India, Goa

On the opening day dinner hosted IFFI at Goa

Before screening of my film " A Dream Never Dies" along with Kavita Krishnamurthy and L Subramaniam

Along with Legendary Bollywood Director Subhash Ghai at cocktail party Organise by Filmbazaarindia

Red Carpet opening at the 45th International Film Festival of India, Goa

Red carpet opening of my film " A Dream Never Dies" on 21st Nov 2014 at INOX II at the 45th International Film Festival of India, Goa

For the 6 O'clock show all tickets were sold it off by 2.30 pm , Very good feed back from the audience and I would like to thank all the viewers and also thanks to IFFI, Jury for choosing the film which is very sensitive to the North East region. It is necessary to focus for the International viewers with the subject related to victim of terrorism and to show the trauma & pain suffered by the people living in a remote area of  Assam.