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India to be ‘Country of Honour’ at Cannes Marche’ Du Film in France

India will be the Official Country of Honour at the upcoming Marche’ Du Film, organised alongside the Cannes Film Festival in France. The festival is said to be organised from the 17th of this month. 

 

Key Points:

  • Also, it was said that India is also a Country of Honour at the Cannes Next, under which five new Start-Ups are to be given an opportunity to pitch to the Audio-Visual Industry while ten professionals will participate in the Animation Day networking. 
  • This year the India Pavilion carries a theme- India the Content Hub of the World. It will showcase Indian cinema across the cultural, linguistic, as well as regional diversities of the country.

Note: Alongside, France and India are marking 75 years of their diplomatic ties.

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