Indo-Canadian director's short film Strong Son has lasting impact at TIFF
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India, Sept. 17 -- It may be the shortest film at this year's Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), spanning less than four minutes, but Strong Son is clearly leaving an everlasting impression on audiences, critics and organisers.
The film, made by 34-year-old Indian-origin Sikh filmmaker Ian Bawa who is based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, has made it to the top-ten lists of publications such as Now Toronto and the New York-based Film Stage. It has also been featured by national broadcaster CBC.
Ian Bawa's film is about the relationship between a weightlifter and his father. Bodybuilder Mandeep Sodhi was cast as the weightlifter, while the father's role was played by the director's parent, Jagdeep Singh Bawa.
The filmmaker said he manag...
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