13-14 May 2023
We are committed to bring multiple new cinema of the world to Khamrubu Platform with new talents so that these new talent can express and speak through their creativity. It take, lots of effort and team work to complete a project so proper attention and space should be given to the hard work and effort that someone had given to their creativity.
13-14 May 2023
FilmFreeway Code for FREE Submission
GET YOUR FILM SELECTED AND SCREENED FOR BROADER AUDIENCE
COVERAGE AND GET RECOGNIZED WORLDWIDE
Submit your Short Films and we will declare the result of
"Official Selection" on 16th April 2023.
Kamrup is an ancient name of Assam, it used to be a Dynasty of Kirat Community in those days. At present Kirat community of India is known as Bodo Kachari community. According to oral history (Jana shruti - जनश्रुति), Bodo people still remember this Kamrup as Khamrubu. Kamrup is famous for it's Kamrup Kamakhya Temple is also a Shakti Peeth (शक्ति पीठ), located on top of the Nilanchal Hill, adjacent to the Brahmaputra River. There are total 51 Shakti Peeth (शक्ति पीठ) in Asia, this is one of the Shakti Peeth (शक्ति पीठ) in India.
Written-unwritten, known-unknown, told-untold, seen-unseen, heard-unheard, faith and mistrust, contained by uncountable numbers of such history this Kamrup or Khamrubu is a History in itself.
Gerrit Vyn is a producer and cinematographer for the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, a Senior Fellow at the International League of Conservation Photographers and has been photographing birds and wildlife professionally for over 25 years. His mission-driven film work with The Cornell Lab's Conservation Media Program is primarily aimed at small audiences with the capacity to make real conservation progress. His work has also been featured in media outlets including the PBS Nature series, NPR’s Fresh Air with Terry Gross, The New York Times, and PBS New Hour. His book, The Living Bird, was a New York Times Bestseller and National Outdoor Book Award winner.
Short Film | Documentary | Animation | Science Fiction
Khamrubu International Short Film Festival is a platform where you have always wanted to be with your team and with your product. At Khamrubu an artist get the due respect and return of their hard work what they had been looking and imagining for their creativity.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
"Great Festival, Excellent Communication, Highly Professional, Overall great experience, Will participate in future seasons as well"