After winning a string of festival awards, debutant filmmaker Chaitanya Tamhane's "Court" will be India's contender for the foreign-language Oscar.
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Narendra Tamhane's multi-lingual "Court" has won best feature at the Indian government's annual National Film Awards.
Zeitgeist Films will give a U.S. release to "Court," an Indian film that has collected a string of major festival circuit prizes
HONG KONG — Indian drama "Court" added to its haul of festival prizes by winning the Silver Screen Award for best film at the revived Singapore International Film Festival, which ran Dec. 4-14. The…
A Memento Films Intl.'s Artscope label pick-up for world sales, Chaitanya Tamhane's "Court" has begun to clinch initial sales, rolling off a Venice Lion of the Future Award and a Venice Horizons…
"Court" has won best film, plus awards for director Chaitanya Tamhane and a special jury mention for its ensemble cast at the 16th Mumbai Film Festival's international competition. Mexican film…
There are courtroom dramas, and then there's "Court," Chaitanya Tamhane's impressive debut that flays alive India's justice system while commenting on class, education, and access to power. Managing…
Artscope, the art film sales label of Paris-based producer-distributor-sales agent Memento Films, has acquired sales rights to Indian writer-director Chaitanya Tamhane's "Court" before its world…
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