Short film ‘Belle Moi: Beautiful Me!’ to be screened at Jaipur Intl Film Festival

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, Jan 8: Nupur Sandhu’s “Belle Moi; Beautiful Me!”—a short animated film made it to 11th Edition of Jaipur International Film Festival.
The Film revolves around bullying and its impact on our emotional health. It also tells the audience how to come out of it. British Schools of Egypt has shown interest to show case her film to the students.
International and National award winning short animation film “Belle Moi-Beautiful Me!” is her second film, where kids of Jammu RJ Mirchi Shwetima and Leeward graphics were involved. The film was released and screened at Plien La Bobine Film Festival La Bourboule, France. The film in just 8 months of its screening has travelled to nine film festivals getting awards for Best Film in Animation, 2nd best in Script & Concept, Best Experimental Film and Honourable Jury Mention Awards. Nupur is a go getter who believes that one should enjoy the laurels of his/her work, learn from his/her previous experiences and move ahead. Whosoever meets her just fall in love with her positivity and unconditional love. She is a dedicated Rotarian and works towards betterment of the society.
She feels this film should be shown to children by all schools. Educational institutions play a big role in developing emotionally balanced students. The film has been selected by Pickurflick channel to be screened at the North American Region and also in India.
The 11th Jaipur International Film Festival will be having filmmakers, writers, producers and actors from 25 different countries for the opening ceremony on January 18. The five-day festival will screen 232 films from 64 countries in many languages.