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Open air cinema at Kisama

Open Air Cinema at Kisama

Kisama, December 2: Advisor to the Chief Minister, Abu Metha launched the Film Fiesta, Open Air Cinema at The Naga Heritage Village, Kisama on December 2. The Open Air Cinema is a 3-day event from December 2 to 4, where films will be screened from 4-5 pm at the main arena. The film fiesta is organized by the Department of Information & Public Relations.
Joint Director, IPR, Asangla Imsong speaking during the launch said that specially curated short films will be screened during the 3-day event. The film fiesta will provide an opportunity for the State’s filmmakers to get their films in front of live audiences, which is not very common in the State. She also thanked the Advisor to CM, Abu Metha for his support and encouragement in the Department’s initiatives and activities.
Advisor, Abu Metha said that the Hornbill Festival is a platform to highlight the innovation, creativity, and vibrancy of Naga youth, it highlights Brand Nagaland and Naga soft power not just to the nation but also to the global community. He said it is about Nagas celebrating their unique identity under the spirit of solidarity and unity. He added that the Hornbill Festival sends out a strong message that Nagas are one people and that they have the ambition to contribute towards the nation-building process and add to the rich diversity of the nation.
Explaining about the film, Ground Zero which was screened after the launch, Metha said that the film led by Sesino Yhoshü and Take One production is about sports persons from Nagaland. The film takes one through the experiences and training they go through to achieve their ambition. Metha said that the film exemplifies the newfound ambition of the younger generation of Naga youth, and is also meant to motivate the youngsters of the state. The other episodes will be soon available on social media and YouTube for viewing. The film was produced by the Nagaland Olympic Association.
(Page News Service)

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