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I have been invited to many film festivals in the past and shared the podium with some of the big names in the industry, but this time it felt different. There was this respect for fellow invitees, awardees and even for those who'd just started out in this mesmerising industry where it is only the successful that rule the roost.
What I like about Moonwhite Films International Film Festival is the friendly ambience. There is this air camaraderie, of valuable information exchange and quick collaborative offers. When I liked the best about MWFIFF is that everyone discussed failures and success in terms of "Our" and not "my".
The folks that run Moonwhite Films International Film Festival share our passion. We are on the same page when it comes to understanding the finer nuances of art in general and films in particular. It is this awareness which makes it different film fest, catering and satisfying the creative desires of all the invitees. Congratulations for this bold change.
Moonwhite Films International Film Festival realises that film making and everything related to films is a collective art, and a collaborative medium. The folks at MWFIFF therefore rope in as many people from across celluloid world to learn, share and turn the silver even more exciting.
Moonwhite Films International Film Fest is brutally unbiased when it comes to selection process. I am happy that after a long time real talent will stand a fair chance.