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‘Taste for good cinema is created through festivals’

by Barkha Mathur.

It was this urge to do something very different which propelled Sameer Nafde to combine his interests in art and culture with work, and the result is Nirzar Film Society. When Sudhir Nandgaonkar, secretary of Federation of Film Society, expressed a desire to set up a film society in Nagpur, Sameer’s name was suggested by his friend and filmmaker Sanjay Surkar.

With a just concluded very successful MyMarathi Film Festival behind him, Nafde shares his thoughts with TOI on NFS and plans for the future.

Read the rest of this article from Times of India.

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