The second edition of the Woodpecker Film Festival will feature 64 movies on subjects like environment, gender, education, children, religion and culture
Indian cinema turned 100 last year, and while the centenary was celebrated with festivities focusing on Bollywood, two former print journalists—Narender Yadav and Tanvi Rustagi—put together a team to do something different. They launched the three-day Woodpecker Film Festival in the winter of 2013 as a dedicated platform for documentaries and short films focusing on contemporary socio-economic, developmental and cultural issues.
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