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Fourth Global Film Festival Noida 2011 paid a rich tribute by launching its screenings at Marwah Studios with the celebrated film ‘FLANDERS’ by Dumont Bruno. Made in 2006, the film is about the reality of First World War shattering the illusions of people and transforming them into thuggish gun-trotting monsters.
Speaking on this occasion Festival President Sandeep Marwah placed the festival in the global context by recollecting its history and the role it has played in the world of cinema. He reiterated the fact that this is the only global festival showcasing best of international films for the cinema delegates, lovers and students so that they could learn skills, culture and the craft.
Film Maker and Prof. Peter Wobser of University of Central Lankashire, U.K. who specially flew down to be present on the occasion said being a part of the Marwah family he was excited to be here and looking forward to have some good time and films.
The chief guest Dinesh Misra, President of Indian Society of Authors, said watching a good film makes the audience richer, better and more humane.

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