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Shefali Shah’s Directorial Debut Film ‘Someday’ Shortlisted For 51st USA Film Festival

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Shefali Shah film Someday selected for USA Film Festival: Actor Shefali Shah’s directorial debut film Someday has been selected in the  51st Annual USA Film Festival’s International Short Film and Video category. Someday will now have to go through the final round of judging which will occur next week. The USA Film Festival is scheduled for April 2 to April 25.

Shefali Shah took to Instagram to share the news about her film’s selection. She called the film her first trial and error with direction. “Our labour of love has made it to the final selection of USA film festival, and I can’t even begin to tell how excited I am,” she wrote in her post. She then added that she made it a point to send the film to various festivals across the globe, to see where exactly she stood as a newbie director.

What is the film all about?

Through SomedayShefali Shah tells us the story of a coronawarrior and her mother. The film captures conversations between the mother-daughter who are separated by a door, as the latter comes home and quarantines after finishing her duty. The quarantining daughter has to deal with not only being distanced from her mother, but also the fact that her ageing parent is suffering from Alzheimer’s disease.

Last year, Netflix show Delhi Crime which featured Shah in the lead bagged the Best Drama Series award at the International Emmy Awards. On the work front, she will be seen in the upcoming film Darlings which will also star Alia Bhatt and Vijay Sharma. She will also be seen in the upcoming Netflix film Ajeeb Daastaans.

Image Credit: The Indian Express

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