The 27th Tallinn Black Nights International Film Festival (TBNFF) achieved a historic feat by showcasing its first Malayalam film, 'Invisible Windows' (Adrishya Jalakangal), directed by Dr Biju and starring Tovino Thomas. Premiering at the festival in Estonia, the film garnered considerable attention for its contemporary relevance and exceptional quality.

Exploring the ramifications of man-made disasters like war, 'Invisible Windows' resonates profoundly with today's global context. The festival's audience embraced the film during its world premiere, graced by Director Dr Biju, along with Producers Radhika Lavoo and Tovino Thomas, drawing fervent participation from Malayali movie enthusiasts in a special question and answer session.

The film's acclaim among critics and cinephiles has been staggering, becoming the first Malayalam film to debut in the festival's official competition segment. Notably, it stands as the sole Indian entry in this year's TBNFF, which ran from November 3 to 19.

The captivating music of the film is composed by three-time Grammy Award winner Ricky Cage, with a stellar cast featuring Indrans and Nimisha

Sajayan. Jayashree Lakshminarayan serves as the associate producer, while Chris Jerome and Anindhya Das Gupta are the executive producers.

Flavin S Shiva, the film's associate director, led a team of assistant directors, including Arvind Raj VS, Anjumol M, Madhumita R, and Siddharth KP. Yes Studios and DI Vista Obscura Entertainments handled the film's VFX.

Pramod Thomas is credited for sound mixing, while Ajay Atat managed sound design and sync sound recording. Engandiyur Chandrasekaran and Marie Nobre contributed lyrics, sung by Job Kurian and Marie Nobre. Davis Manuel served as the film's editor and chief associate director. Yadu Radhakrishnan served as the D.O.P., with Dilip Das overseeing production design. Pattanam Shah handled makeup, and Arvind KR designed the costumes. Anoop Chacko captured the stills, and Eldo Selvaraj worked as the line producer.

The film's selection at the prestigious TBNFF is a watershed moment for Malayalam cinema, affirming its ability to craft narratives that resonate globally. With its powerful themes and top-notch production values, "Invisible Windows" is poised to receive further acclaim and recognition.
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