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Now, NFAI to Archive Every Movie Made

  14.02.03 3:32pm

Every film made in India, be it commercial, art or otherwise, may soon be compulsorily canned and preserved. And every filmmaker would be required to share a copy of the movie with the National Film Archive of India (NFAI). This futuristic idea occurred to the members of the Estimates Committee of Parliament.

 

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