#Rebellion: ‘M Cream’ a mountainous success

A motley crew of university students set out on a journey in pursuit of a mythical form of hash, confronting a series of encounters that begin to unravel the myriad realities of rebellion.

India –  

M Cream” is an experimental narrative that explores the myriad realities of rebellion indicative of India today.
It follows the exploits of a group of university students as they travel through the Himalayas in pursuit of a mythic form of hash. Through this journey, the film serves to portray a new generation in India and reflects upon the growing disillusionment of the same. Narrated in a style that is both familiar and poetic, “M Cream” unequivocally protests against the rising tide of conformity. While chalking out the contemporary socio-political realities of India, the film presents topics of concern that transcend regional boundaries. In a world of growing nationalistic fervour, it seeks to reaffirm the universality of struggle.

The FLICKERS: Rhode Island International Film Festival (RIIFF) proudly announced the award winners for its 18th Annual Festival, on Sunday, August 10th at the annual Awards Ceremony held at The Metcalf Auditorium at the RISD Museum in downtown Providence, RI. Held from August 5-10th, 2014, the Festival had another record-breaking year in attendance for ticket buyers and filmmakers, closing out its Sunday performances with sold-out houses.


The Festival screened 250 narrative, documentary and short films, from 62 countries, and 34 states across the U.S. during the six-day event that was held at locations throughout the state of Rhode Island. Films were selected from a record entry base of more than 5,400 submissions.

Often identified with the revolutionary new wave of Indian Cinema, filmmaker and screenwriter Agneya Singh’s first feature film premiered at Rhode Island International Film Festival 2014. M Cream was screened at the festival on August 10, 2014 concluding the 18th edition in Providence, Rhode Island. Produced by Agniputra Films the film was nominated in the ‘Official Competition of Best Feature Film’ and was the only Indian production to be selected for the same.

M_Cream_02Ira Dubey, Auritra Ghosh, Raaghav Chanana along with director Agneya Singh and associate director Aban Raza received the Grand Prize for the Best Feature Film at the festival.

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