Hungama Play, a leading video on demand platform owned by Hungama Digital Media, today premiered a new short film – For All That You Are. The film explores the relationship between two female ex-lovers from different cultural backgrounds, who happen to reconnect post an abrupt break-up but are unaware of each other’s intentions. Replete with unexpected twists, the film highlights the women’s varied beliefs and shocks the viewers with an unpredictable climax. Besides Hungama Play, the short film will also be available to stream through Hungama Play on Airtel TV, Amazon Fire TV Stick and SHAREit. Additionally, through Hungama’s association with Xiaomi consumers will also be able to watch the film via Hungama Play on Mi TV.
Appreciated for its unusual theme, the film has won several awards at film festivals around the world. These include Best LGBTQ Film at Top Shorts Film Festival USA, Best Woman Filmmaker at The IndieFEST Film Awards, Best Actress at Actors Award Los Angeles and Accolade Global Film Competition USA along with the Best Short at MedFF. Besides these, the film has also been an official selection at New York Film Awards and a semi-finalist at Nassau Film Festival.
Speaking on the release of the short film, Siddhartha Roy, COO, Hungama Digital Media said, “We take pride in offering our users a multi-lingual and multi-genre library that includes a wide range of Indian and international movies, short films, documentaries, TV shows, kids’ content, original shows and short-format videos. For All That You Are will join our curation of award-winning films and offer our viewers a fresh form of storytelling.”
The film is directed by Avantika Khattri, who also plays the main lead along with Tatiana Tat. The film has been produced by Avantika Khattri and Dhiraj Sarode under the banner of Mad Hatters.
Speaking about her film, Avantika Khattri said, “For All That You Are is a film very close to my heart as it’s my directorial debut and has also turned out to be a super success story for my company ‘Mad Hatters’. It explores the relationship between the two leads in an emotionally mature manner. The protagonists are vulnerable, yet act in ways that shock the audience. I am glad that with its availability on Hungama Play, users worldwide will be able to watch my film.”