'Arunoday(Sunrise)' Partho Sen Gupta's second feature film , in Marathi, has been selected for the official competition, 'New Currents International' section of the 19th Busan International Film Festival

'Arunoday(Sunrise)' Partho Sen Gupta's second feature film , in Marathi, has been selected for the official competition, 'New Currents International'  section of the 19th Busan International Film Festival 

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In yet another brilliant Salvo from Marathi cinema, 'Arunoday(Sunrise)' Partho Sen Gupta's second feature film , in Marathi, has been selected for the official competition, 'New Currents International'  section of the 19th Busan International Film Festival. Frankly there's no stopping the accolades that are accumulating in the Marathi cinema front. In the past few years it is Marathi cinema that has reigned supreme , representing India, in the international Film Festival arena and it's no mean achievement for an industry that was seen as becoming extinct just a decade ago. 

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Plot outline: Arunoday
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In Mumbai, Joshi searches for his six-year-old daughter, Aruna, who one day, ten years ago, had not come home after school. A shadowy figure appears to be everywhere. Joshi must catch it before the Sunrise and save the children. 


GenreDrama

StudioIndependent Movies (IN), NFDC (IN), Infinitum Productions (IN) Aryasaa Cine Productions (IN), Dolce Vita Films (FR)


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AwardsSelected at the Open Doors co-Prod Lab - Locarno Film Festival
Selected at the Film Bazaar of the International Film Festival of India 2012

StarringAdil Hussain, Tannishtha Chatterjee and others




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Directed byPartho Sen-Gupta

Written ByPartho Sen-Gupta

Screenplay byPartho Sen-Gupta & Yogesh Vinayak Joshi



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Produced byPartho Sen-Gupta, Rakesh Mehra, Nina Lath Gupta, Marc Irmer, Shrihari Sathe, Saaz Haque, Phillipe Akoka

On September  2, 2014,the 19th Busan International Film Festival announced its official selection for the New
Currents International Competition section Sunrise अ"णोदय (Arunoday) - Writer/Director Partho Sen-­‐Gupta’s second feature is Marathi language film,selected as one of twelve films in Competition. The Busan International Film Festival is the most significant platform for promising young Asian directors and potential World Cinema leaders. All the films in this section are world or International
premieres.





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This festival also hosts one of Asia’s most important film markets,the Asian Film Market
http://tinyurl.com/BusanIFF-­‐Facts2013 





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Sunrise अ"णोदय (Arunoday) is psychological drama about JOSHI,police inspector from Mumbai who
has been looking for his 6-­‐year-­‐old daughter,ARUNA,ever since she disappeared from outside her school over ten
years ago.In his despair,Joshi’s life converges with recurring dream in which he pursues shadowy figure 
who leads him to 'Paradise',dance bar where teenage girls are forced to perform to leering crowd
He is convinced he will find Aruna there and vows to bring her back to Leela,his broken wife.




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It's a topical film and the stats on missing children prove that beyond doubt.
recent report into missing children in India by the Home Ministry shows that over 3.25 lakh children went 
missing between 2011 and June 2014,at an average of nearly lakh per year. 


http://tinyurl.com/timesofindia2014-­‐08-­‐07 

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