Saturday, 5 October 2013

French Director Alexander De Mortemart to direct a Hindi film with producer Bonny Dugal

Nowadays Indian films are setting landmarks across the world and many producers want the best directors from Bollywood and Hollywood to justify their story. 

Recently we have seen Akshay Kumar roped the Hollywood action director Greg Powell for his film and Veteran actor Rishi Kapoor also took a Hollywood director for the sequence of his movie D-Day. Bonny Dugal is one of the producers of London Dreams. 

He is in no mood to take any chances for his upcoming movie. He is not leaving any stone unturned, hence, He has joined hands with a French director Alexander De Mortemart for his next movie. Bonny gets inspired by his directing skill from the latter’s movies “VERTIGE and L’ADMIRATEUR” and so decided give the helm of his next movie to Mortemart.

Bonny Dugal said, “VERTIGE and L’ADMIRATEUR” is a unique piece of art with matchless experiences. I felt wonderful about his whole perception and vision for cinema. He is a skillful and talented Director. He is the one who can do justice to this story.”

Mr. Mortemart has also worked as a professional photographer for more than 7 years and during this period he has done many exhibitions in Paris and Tokyo. His movie L’ADMIRATEUR has opened Andrew Zulawski film La Note Bleue and VERTIGE was selected in major film festivals including leading French film festival of Clermont Ferrand.

Alexander de Mortemart said, “Indian Cinema has emerged very beautifully on the global platform. I feel proud to be part of this industry and very excited to start my first feature film from India. Mr. Bonny Dugal has a good understanding of films and he is not only has a brilliant calculative mind but at some point comes up with very creative ideas. Project is shaping up well. We are giving finishing touch to our script”.

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