Leopard terror film ‘Shoot That Leopard’ will be screened in Shimla at the 7th edition of International Film Festival of Shimla to be held at historic Gaiety Theater in Shimla from November 26 to 28. Mumbai directors ‘Sohail’ and ‘Shabnam Jafri’ ‘ This 52-minute documentary film narrates the conflict between a leopard and a human in Shimla and Uttarakhand, the film is of two such main characters, one of whom shoots the leopard with his gun and the other with the camera. However these days Shimla The novel ‘Tea Shop at Narkanda’ by Sumit Raj Vashisht will also be screened in a short film by Kullu filmmaker Himal Nachiket Das. Made under the aegis of Himachal Pradesh Language Arts and Culture Department, the film succeeds in quoting the issues of child labor and children deprived of education in rural setting. Orissa director Pinaki Singh’s feature film Cinnamon also follows the story of a similar young man who lives alone in a big city And looking for mate. West Bengal director Maurya Sharma’s film ‘Seapad’ is a beautiful experiment of artistic experimentation. In which a woman explains her sexuality through her art. Ranchi, Jharkhand’s National Award-winning director Viju Topo’s film ‘Sorai’ is a film on the festival celebrated in the month of Kartik in the tribal tribe of Jharkhand, which introduces the rich culture of the Santhal tribe.
Leopard terror film “Shoot that Leopard” to be screened at International Film Festival of Shimla
By Yogesh BhardwajUpdated:2 Mins Read