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Filmmaker Chaitanya Tamhane’s ‘The Disciple’ bags award at Venice Film Festival

A Mumbai-based filmmaker Chaitanya Tamhane has won the prestigious FIPRESCI award for the film ‘The Disciple’ at the 2020 Venice Film Festival. The film revolves around the world of classical musicians. The film had its first premiere at the Biennale last week. The award was presented by the International Federation of Film Critics. ‘The Disciple‘ is the first Indian film to win big in the Venice Film Festival.

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