Noida: The excitement and enthusiasm of young film makers from all over India and abroad created a new energy in the ninth Global Film Festival Noida 2016 at Marwah Studios, Noida Film City.
The festival was inaugurated by H.E. Gyula Petho, Ambassador of Hungary to India with the lighting of the ceremonial lamp in a jam-packed auditorium with film lovers, film, television and media fraternity. “India and Hungary has grown best friends and these kind of International events give our relationship a new strength and stamina to work in a bigger and broader way. Indians and Hungarians we all are lovers of Art and culture,” said Ambassador in his inaugural speech.
The festival has planned 52 events in 3 days and all shows are totally sold out. We need to expand our size from next year. 10th GFFN will bring a new excitement to this region. I am thankful to each and every one who has contributed to this fascinated and charming show,” said Ashok Tyagi festival director.