Much-Feted Short Fiction Film ‘Marilyn Lights’ To Be Screened at JIFF in Jaipur

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The much-feted short fiction film, ‘Marilyn Lights’ will be screened in Jaipur on 18 January. The 20-minute Hindi film has been written, directed and produced by scriptwriter and filmmaker Tanmay Singh who belongs to Jaipur. The film has already won 9 international and national awards. It is a love story when two ex-lovers meet and seek a closure.


A still from the film Marilyn Lights
A still from the film Marilyn Lights


The film has been shortlisted and screened in various film festivals at Virginia, New York, Chicago, Toronto, Moscow and Bali. In India it has been screened at Amritsar, Kolkata, Lonavala, Shimla and Nagpur. Only 2 days ago it has been shortlisted in Mumbai as well in the Dadasaheb Phalke International Film Festival.


Tanmay Singh
Tanmay Singh


On 18 January evening there will be a special screening of the film on the opening day of the Jaipur International Film Festival (JIFF) at Gem Cinema. It will be the first film to present the host State Rajasthan. The film has also been nominated in the competition category of JIFF – which enables it to win awards as well.


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