BY | March 23, 2009

mar-23aNahan: The fox of the box a documentary film made by the students of  has now been selected for international children film festival being scheduled at Lucknow from 7th to 13 April 2009.The director of the documentary and lecturer Sanjiv attri said that the film was presented in National film festival recently at Delhi from where the film was selected for international film festival. He said that representatives of 95 countries would participate in the international children festival. He informed that 23 minutes documentary shows the positive and negative impact of the television. Mr. Attri said that films related to children’s would be presented in the children film festival. The students of the school Ozass, Paras, Himani, Manisha kapoor, Neelam chauhan, Devinder kaur, Navjit kaur, Ritambra, Monika Sharma and Abha atti were excited over the selection of the film in international children film festival, which had played different characters in making the film. Mr. Sanjiv attri also said that this film would also be presented at Chicago in Japan in October.

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