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Swapnil Rajashekar `Saavat` bagged the award for the Best film at the Don Bosco Youth Film Festival (DBYFFI) of India
By Mrs Karen Laurie
Mumbai, Mar. 4. Swapnil Rajashekar `Saavat` bagged the award for the Best film at the Don Bosco Youth Film Festival (DBYFFI) 2017 of India by edging out twenty four other short films that vied for the coveted prize. The award was given by Rector Major of the Salesians, Father Angel Fernandez Artime, Rector Major of the Salesian Congregation on March 4 in Chennai. Read full text
Rector Major, Father �ngel Fern�ndez Artime felicitates the Don Bosco Youth Film Festival Award winners

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Sudikshit Roy Barma India
says:
March 06, 2017

Salesians can explore audio visual media in more details, this will generate support for this movement.

 
PORUTHUR Joseph India Chennai
says:
March 05, 2017

I strongly desire that these short films are made available to every Salesian house, even after the festival season. So that, they could become resource material for the local animation and education of Salesians and the youth alike. Fever for the feature films could be supplemented with the visuals that grip the mind and heart of youngsters as they see the world.

 

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