Global Film Festival has become real Ambassador of Indian Art And Culture. It has started attracting delegates from all over the world to be part of biggest festival of the biggest film industry of the Worldâ€ said Dr. Mahesh Sharma Minister for Art & Culture, Civil Aviation and Tourism, Government of India send his wishes for the 8th Global Film Festival Noida 2015 at Noida Film City.
â€œWe must plan a film council under the umbrella of Government of India where all film related discussions can take place and the biggest film industry can be promoted to the bestâ€ said Mukesh Bhatt renowned film Director
Film festivals are the best source of national and international integration. We are promoting love, peace and unity through cinema and GFFN has been successful in its purpose,â€ said Sandeep Marwah President of GFFN welcoming the guests.
â€œWe have one religion and that is entertainment. Indian film industry is popular all over the world for its song, drama and music,â€ added Mukta Godse renowned actress and former Miss India.
â€œWe are always impressed by the size and involvement of Indians with film business. We salute to the entertainment industry,â€ said H.E. Milan Hovorka Ambassador of Czech Republic to India.
â€œWhat a pleasure to be part of this most energetic and enthusiastic film festival of the country, where anyone will get charged. I am happy that festival has grown so big,â€ said Ketan Mehta renowned film Director.
â€œMarwah Studio has generated new energy in North of India, their deep participation in cinema activities has changed the color of North film industryâ€ said H.E. Demetrios A. Theophylactou High Commissioner, Cyprus High Commission.
I am back home, this is my alma Mater. We have learned a lot from this institution. No film school in the World has ever designed such a huge film event for their students. We are lucky,â€ said Donal Bisht former student of ASMS.
The festival has designed 52 events inclusive of workshops, master classes, seminars, interactions, and entertainment program, fashion shows and award function. The screening has been divided into 9 segments of foreign Cinema, Retrospective of Manmohan Desai, Indian Contemporary Cinema, Romania Focus Country, AAFT Films, ASMS Films, films on Disability, Children section and Competition films.
Film lovers and film professionals and delegates from more than 30 countries have so far been registered for the festival. GFFN is the biggest festival of this side of the World.