Kaan Phusphusot Phusphusoni (Poetry of Whispers), a short film by Assam’s Maharshi Tuhin Kashyap, bagged the Best Student Film (Fiction) award at International Moving Film Festival (IMFF) in Iran recently.
Taking to his Facebook, Kashyap wrote, “Proudly sharing that our long take exercise Kaan Phus Phusot Phus Phusoni (Poetry of Whispers) was awarded Best Student Short Film (Fiction) at International Moving Film Festival, Abadan, Iran.”
Kaan Phusphusot Phusphusoni was selected from 3046 entries that were received from across the globe.
The 12th IMFF screened106 films in total, which were selected from 120 countries.
Established by International Moving Film School (IMOFIS), IMFF is an annual international event where films of various independent filmmakers are screened.
Kaan Phusphusot Phusphusoni also bagged the third prize at the Brahmaputra Valley Film Festival (BVFF) this year.
Maharshi Tuhin Kashyap is an alumnus of Girijananda Chowdhury Institute of Management and Technology (GIMT), Tezpur.