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Transition (2020)

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Transition
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transition first look
Film poster
Directed byKrishnanunni Mangalath [1]
Produced byKrishnanunni Mangalath
Advaith Sreekumar
Akhil Prasannakumar
Written byKrishnanunni Mangalath
StarringAkhil Prasannakumar
Megha Priya Sunil
Reghu Chullimanoor
Krishna Kanth
Sreekumar Nair
K. Mani
Mahesh Kumar
Music byAnand Seetharaman
CinematographyKrishnanunni Mangalath
Edited byKrishnanunni Mangalath
Distributed byMainstream Tv
Release date
  • 8 October 2020 (2020-10-08)
Running time
75 minutes
CountryIndia
LanguageMalayalam, Tamil
Budget10,000 INR (USD = 135.540)[2]

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Transition (Malayalam: ട്രാൻസിഷൻ ) is a Drama Malayalam, Tamil film released on 8 October 2020. The film is an experimental art film written, directed, edited, cinematographed and co-produced by Krishnanunni Mangalath, a 20 year old teenager from Trivandrum.The film is produced under Two Jobless People & Luna Creations and was released on 8 October 2020 on Mainstrem Tv.[3]. Transition is completed with a shoe string budget of 10,000 INR (140 USD) by a group of young film makers of 20-21 years of age.The Malayalam-Tamil language film was shot with a mainly amateur cast in Trivandrum Transition had its first private screening in Trivandrum with the presence of prominent people of Malayalam film industry on 27 January 2020.The film had overall positive response


Plot[edit]

The movie is taken as a travelogue where the Protagonist travels from Madurai to Trivandrum urging to acquire his goal...which is unknown. The protagonist meets few people who all share their story to him. The protagonist gets inspired by their tales and comes up with his own definition after each story is completed. Each tale told by the characters are divided as chapters. The movie ends in a dilemma of the subjectivity of right and wrong..[4]

Film Festivals[edit]

The film was screened at the following Film festivals:

  • 1st Tamil Nadu Film Festival (TNFF 2020) (Won Special Festival Mention Award)
  • 3rd Jharkhand International Film Festival Awards 2020
  • 4th Chambal International Film Festival 2021

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References[edit]

26 December 2019


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