Indian Infotainment Media Corporation

Indian Infotainment Media Corporation is THE BIGGEST PRODUCER OF SHORT FILMS PRODUCED IN 35mm/16mm IN PRIVATE SECTOR IN INDIA as per LIMCA BOOKS OF RECORDS. iiMC also produced many short films related to Gandhiji: Mani Bhawan, Gandhiji on World-stamps, Story of Bapu, Ba, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi.

Indian Infotainment Media Corporation is the only organization which has held successfully various film festivals in India:

“International Festival of Short Films on Culture” (iffc) in 2007 with the help of Deptt of Tourism & Deptt of Culture, Govt of Rajasthan was organized on 11,12 & 13 Feb 2007 at Jaipur, in which films from 33 countries participated and Golden statuettes were awarded to 9 Best films by a Jury headed by Legendary film maker Basu Chatterjee. Participating countries were Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Cuba, Canada, Croatia, Fiji, France, Germany, Israel, India, Iran, Italy, Jedah, Lithuania, Lebanon, New Zealand, Panama, Pakistan, Portugal, Russia, Spain, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, South Korea, Sweden, UK, USA, Uzbekistan & Zimbabve. Chief Guest was Khushboo, super star from South India. Iffc-2007 was inaugurated by legendary actor-producer Shashi Kapoor, in presence of many film actors and film-makers, including Akbar Khan, Raza Murad, Neelu, Arvind, Kishore Namit Kapoor etc.

International Festival of Films on Tribal Art & Culture” (ifftac-08) was organized at Indore on 1, 2 & 3rd Feb 08, in association with Deptt of Tribal Welfare, Govt of Madhya Pradesh. A preliminary jury comprising of legendary script writer Salim Khan and headed by Ramesh Talwar judged 6 Best Films from following 41 countries : Angola, Azerbaijan, Australia, Bosnia, Cameroon, China, Ethiopia, Equador, France, Germany, Herzegovina, Hungary, India, Iran, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan , Lithuania , Macedonia, Malaysia, Mexico, Morocco,Namibia, Nepal, New Zealand, Pakistan, Peru, Russia, Scotland, Singapore, South Africa, Srilanka, Switzerland, Sweden, Thailand, United Kingdom, USA, Uzbekistan & Zimbabwe. IFFTAC-08 was inaugurated by legendary actor and politician Shatrughan Sinha. Chief Guest at the Inaugural ceremony was Actor & Film-maker Randhir Kapoor in august presence of HE Andlay, Ambassador of Ethiopia and Gautam Buddha Mukherjee, Secretary, Tribal Affairs, Govt of India and many film personalities like Raghuveer Yadav, Rita Bhaduri, Vijayendra Ghatge, Ibrahim Ashqua, Raza Murad etc.

International Festival of Short Films on Culture (iffc) in 2008 with the help of Deptt of Tourism & Deptt of Culture, Govt of Rajasthan. In Iffc-2008 films from 33 countries participated and Golden statuettes were awarded to 9 Best films by a Jury headed by Swapan Mallik, Director, Satyajit Ray Film & TV Institute, Kolkata . This year in iffc-08 films from following 38 countries vied for awards: Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belgium, Bosnia, Brazil, Canada, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Herzegovina, Hungary, India, Iran, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Lithuania, Macedonia, Mexico, Morocco, Nepal, Netherlands, Norway, Pakistan, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Scotland, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, USA, UK and Uzbekistan. It was inaugurated by Legendary actors Hema Malini & Jeetendra, in presence of iconic lyric writer Sameer.

iiMC has in pipeline International Film Festival on Health & Healing at Haridwar (Uttaranchal), Shimla International Film festival at Shimla(HP), Gandhi Panorama at Wardha(Maharashtra), International Festival of Public Service Films at Mumbai(Maharashtra).

iiMC has produced short films of all genre: public service, culture, safety for railways, science, human interest, health, law and order, education, aids-awareness, environment, history, biography, sports, current affairs, public life, duty to family, religious harmony, girl child, preservation of culture & heritage, population control, National development, our duties to family, society & motherland…. A Film on National Anthem produced by iiMC is being screened every day in hundreds of cinemas.

The documentaries produced by iiMC are exclusively being screened in more than 90% cinemas/multiplexes in Mumbai/Thane, besides hundreds of cinemas of Assam, Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Delhi, Gujrat, Goa, Haryana, Jharkhand, Kerala, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Punjab, Pondicherry, Rajsthan, Tamilnadu, West Bengal and Uttar Pradesh, in place of Films Division. 300 screens of 100 Multiplexes scattered across the country also screen documentaries produced by iiMC . Millions have seen and appreciated these films.