India Film Project 2017: Talented Souls Who Made It To The Winner's Trophy Last Year

Here's a list of all the winners.

India Film Project 2017: Talented Souls Who Made It To The Winner's Trophy Last Year
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All the amateur filmmakers out there, this one's surely for you. As we told you in the previous article, about India Film Project in 2017, which is all set to take place in September this year, we would now like you to know about the winners of IFP 2016. The teams who made it to the winner's trophy of this project, which is surely Asia's biggest filmmaking challenge.

We are happy to let our readers know about these skilled and talented souls, who made the best use of this golden opportunity provided by IFP and created a magic in their artworks. Here through this article, we would like to introduce the world to these artisans and their work which is surely an inspiration to all the aspiring filmmakers around.

So take a look at the finest short films which were created in a very short time of 50 hours and won various titles in the India Film Project's installment last year.

Troll Life

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Troll Life, the film made by the team First Print Studios, was the winner of  Platinum Film Of The Year – Professional Filmmaking. 

Read to take a look at all the brilliant short films from winner's list of India Film Project 2016.

Gone With The Wind

This film was a creation of the team Fikar Not Films which went on to win the award for Gold Film of The Year – Professional Filmmaking.

Binoculars

Made by the team Think BIG (team), Binocular won Silver Film of The Year – Professional Filmmaking.

Jamoon

The winner of Bronze Film of The Year- Professional Filmmaking, Jamoon was made by the team By Two Talkies.

Vertigo

Based on a story by Dharma Teja, Verigo won the award for Best Film #5 – Professional Filmmaking.

Nagraj In Mumbai

This film was presented by the team Wildflower Pictures. The film won the award for Platinum Film Of The Year in Amateur Filmmaking.

Acme

Acme was the winner of  Gold Film Of The Year in Amateur Filmmaking. It was presented by Creat-E-Witty Media Notions.

Kshudha

Made by the team Parshion, Kshudha was declared as the winner of Silver Film of The Year in Amateur Filmmaking.

The Bridge

The team Flowing River Productions won Bronze Film Of The Year in Amateur Filmmaking, for their film 'The Bridge'.

Fibonacci

The winner of  Platinum Film Of The Year in Mobile Filmmaking, Fibonacci was presented by Pixel Garden.

Black and White

The another winner in the category of mobile filmmaking was the film, Black And White. It was presented by the team BROKEN PUPPETS and it won the award for Gold Film Of The Year.

Nithirai

The creation of team Layman frames, Nithirai was the winner of Silver Film Of The Year in mobile filmmaking.