1. overwhelming; astounding 2. producing a hallucinogenic effect
'Mind Blowing' is a colloquial term commonly used amongst Indians to describe an amazing/intense entertainment experience.
This is the principle of MBF… complete entertainment
Mind Blowing Film Coverage:
- currently distributes Indian film theatrical releases in Australia, New Zealand and Fiji
- currently distributes Indian film DVD releases in Australia & New Zealand
- Hosts the very popular 'Indian Film Festival - Bollywood & Beyond' that commences in Sydney and travels to Adelaide & Auckland
- Produce the 'Indian Film Festival of Melbourne' for Film Victoria and the Victorian Government
- Provides international production line support for features/TV within Australia and New Zealand
- is exploring opportunities with distributing other ethnic-language films for Theatrical/DVD distribution into Australia & New Zealand (Arabic, Chinese, Lebanese, Greek etc)
Mitu Bhowmick-Lange is currently the Director of Mind Blowing Films, a film production / distribution company which specialises in Indian films.
Mitu worked in Bombay for 6 years directing several TV shows including entertainment, news and fashion magazine programs and a daily breakfast show for most of the leading channels including BBC World, Star Plus, Zee TV and Sony TV. Mitu wrote and directed the multi award-winning documentary, Watch without Prejudice, on the impact of violence on the children of Kashmir.
Since living in Australia, Mitu has brought in and produced several Indian productions to Australia, including producing 13 episodes shot in Australia of India’s number 1 daily television serial Kahani Ghar Ghar Kii (similar to Neighbours), Bollywood film Koi Aap Saa and blockbusters like Salaam Namaste , Chak De India , Bachna Aye Haseeno , Main Aurr Mrs Khanna , Thoda Pyar Thoda Magic , Love Aaj kal and several leading television commercials with international cricketers made for the Indian market.
Mitu is the Festival Director of the Indian Film Festival - Bollywood and Beyond - ANZ , and the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne presented by the Victorian Government .She is presently working on the 4 part series - New India. The first part 'Spice Girls of India' has been the official selection at the Feminist Film Festival of London. Mitu also represents the prestigious International Film Festival of India held annually in Goa as their curator for films from Australia and New Zealand.
His career in media started in 1995 in India while auditioning as a contestant for a TV quiz-show and ending up as a question writer instead. He hesitantly resolved himself to the fact that his place in the industry seemingly belonged behind the camera rather than in front of it. From TV Production he eventually made the leap to full-feature films in 2005, since then working on productions like, 'Salaam Namaste', 'Chak De India' and 'Bachna Aye Haseeno'.
With corporate experience in multinational media companies, such as, Fremantle Productions and Village Roadshow, he is now a Director at Mind Blowing Films and is based in Hong Kong. He is still waiting for a breakthrough character & script to propel his acting ambitions.Bidyut is the Festival Co Director of the Indian Film Festival - Bollywood and Beyond - ANZ
John Molloy is Head of Production at Mushroom Pictures, part of the Mushroom Group. John has most recently produced Boys in the Trees the debut feature film of Nicholas Verso, which had its World Premiere at the Venice Film Festival and has been programmed at Toronto, Busan, Austin, Rio and Stockholm Festivals. The film won Best Narrative Feature at Austin. John previously produced for Nicholas the short film The Last Time I Saw Richard, which won the AACTA for Best Short Film 2014. John is an Executive Producer on the upcoming Australian film Killing Ground and was Co Producer of Boytown. John’s other film work includes Crackerjack, Bad Eggs and Macbeth.
In television John is Producer of the smash hit two part miniseries Molly and was an Executive Producer of documentary Molly: The Real Thing, both broadcast on the Seven Network. Molly is now arguably the highest rating drama in Australian television history. He has previously produced The Nation for the Nine Network, was Series Producer on John Safran’s Race Relations for Princess Pictures and the ABC, and was Executive Producer and Producer of the ABC documentary series Head First: Series 1 & 2.
John is a partner at Mind Blowing Films where he has consulted to the Indian feature films Mein Aur Mrs Khanna and Love Aaj Kaal and been Co Director of the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne throughout its lifetime. John is also a partner at Mind Blowing World where he is currently developing the feature film Fearless Nadia with Mitu Bhowmick Lange and writer Andrew Anastasios. At Mind Blowing World John has worked on the release of Australian films Pawno and The Menkoff Method.
Mark Chamberlain has spent some twenty years in the movie industry both in distribution and exhibition and his personal love of Indian cinema extends even further.
Mark's distribution experience includes tenures with the Becker Group in Sydney and Hoyts Distribution in NZ. His exhibition roles have included National Programming Manager roles at both Hoyts Cinemas and Event Cinemas in Australia and New Zealand.
Mark's ever evolving passion and "just do it" attitude has gained him much respect within the industry over the years.
Mark has joined the dynamic Mind Blowing team heading their New Zealand sector to develop it further to exciting new heights and ventures.
MIND BLOWING TEAM