Assam State Film (Finance and Development) Corporation Ltd.
|Formation||4 September 1974|
|Focus||Promotion of Cinema of Assam|
|Headquarters||Panjabari, Guwahati, Assam|
|Owner||Government of Assam|
Chairperson: Jatin Bora |
Vice Chairperson: Abhijit Nath
Assam State Film (Finance and Development) Corporation Ltd. (ASFFDC) is an organization undertaken by Government of Assam which aims in developing and promoting the legacy of Assamese cinema. It was incorporated on September 4, 1974 under Companies Act 1956 by the Government of Assam.
ASFFDC co-produced several Assamese films in recent years in joined venture with other production houses which includes Jahnu Barua's Baandhon (2012), Rajni Basumatary's Raag (2014) among others.
ASFFDC provides financial assistance and logistics to Assamese filmmakers by advancing loans, subsidies, grants etc. or by extending financial assistance in any other manner. It also opened the first film archive and film museum North East India, Jonakee.
ASFFDC started producing Assamese films in 2000 with its first release Nisiddha Nadi. However its second production was released in 2012, after a gap of 12 years. Since then it has been actively co-producing several Assamese films.
|2000||Nisiddha Nadi||-||Bidyut Chakraborty|
|2014||Raag||Manna Films||Rajni Basumatary|
|2014||Paani||JD Films||Jadumoni Dutta|
|2014||Sringkhal||Silverline Production||Prabin Hazarika|
|2014||TRP... aru||JR Enterprises||Mridul Gupta|
|2016||Saat Nomboror Sandhanat||-||Abdul Majid|
|2016||Dikchow Banat Palaax||Canvascope||Sanjib Sabhapandit|
|2017||Tumi Aahibane||Prerana Creations||Prerana Barbarooah|
|2017||Sonar Baran Pakhi||BB Entertainment Pvt. Ltd||Bobby Sarma Baruah|
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