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Lights, Camera, Franco-Indian Collaboration!

The Chambre de Commerce et d'Industrie Franco Indienne (CCIFI) had the honour of attending a preview of the film 📽 "Girls Will Be Girls," written and directed by Shuchi Talati. The evening was hosted by Région Île-de-France (Paris Region) President Valérie Pécresse and H.E Ambassador of India to France Jawed Ashraf !


The film is an Indo-French co-production involving Indian studios Pushing Buttons, French company Dolce Vita Films, and Blink Digital. The post-production of the film was done in Paris Region .


CCIFI President Bénédicte BrouardCoumar ANANDA and Amit Pathare - Vice-Presidents,  along with advisory board members Priti Agarwal-MarteilUsha Bora, and Alexandre ZIEGLER, were a part of this inspiring occasion. 



Région Île-de-France aspires to foster numerous collaborations between India and France through the art of cinema. The Chambre de Commerce et d'Industrie Franco Indienne is committed to partnering with Région Île-de-France to strengthen France 🇫🇷 and India’s 🇮🇳 business and cultural ties, driving progress in education, innovation, technology, talent, and culture.






Congratulations to Shuchi Talati and the entire "Girls Will Be Girls" team for this phenomenal Franco-Indian co-creation! 🎥👏. This compelling film, which was primarily shot in India, also had the honor of being screened at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival last month. Set in a boarding school in a quaint Himalayan hill town, the movie follows the poignant journey of Mira, a 16-year-old girl whose rebellious spirit is intricately linked to her mother's own unfulfilled coming-of-age experiences.


Here's to more cross-cultural cinematic masterpieces that bridge nations and celebrate shared creativity! 🌍🎬


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