Short film by 14 underprivileged children from India to be screened at Cannes

( May 09, 2018 )

Films Without Borders presented a Swarovski Film in association with Smile Foundation at this years Cannes film festival and the screening was a huge success.

SIFFCY would like to congratulate all the young participants in the film and thank our partner Nai Disha school who kindly allowed us access to their fantastic young people who in turn created a wonderful film. We would like to thank both Jill Samuels Founder & Chair of Films Without Borders & Mentor , Cameraman Richard Blanshard together with the teachers & volunteers of the oganisation.

A special thank to Nadja Swarovski whose support for Films Without Borders made what was a dream for many young people become a reality.

We, are so proud to have seen this film screened at the Cannes Film Festival and we hope to be able to screen it at many more film festivals around the world.The film was a huge success in Cannes and we would like to thank all at Films Without Borders who not only came over and mentored the participants but were so taken by all the students especially with Arbaz , a young child from the workshop who through his film takes us on his quest to become a photographer.