Odisha born Jitendra Mishra’s film to be screened at UN


Bhubaneswar: Odisha born film producer Jitendra Mishra’s latest feature film ‘The Last Color’ will be screened at The United Nations Headquarters (UN) on Friday.

This is going to be one among very few Indian films which are selected to be screened at this most prestigious and incredible platform.

The Last Color is written and directed by Michelin star celebrity chef Vikas Khanna.

The film had premiered at the prestigious 30th Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival 2019 and also had a special screening at the prestigious Cannes Film festival in its Marched u film section recently.

The Last Color is based on a book of the same name that Vikas wrote some years ago. The eighty-six minute film stars veteran actor Neena Gupta and child artists Aqsa Siddique.

 The plot of the film revolves around the Supreme Court ordinance against an age-old tradition of not allowing widows in Vrindavan to play Holi. The film has been produced by Bindu Khanna, Poonam Kaul and Jitendra Mishra under the banner of House Of Omkar.

With the aim to raise awareness to end all forms of discrimination against all women and girls everywhere and to achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls under the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations, SPICE-Indian Club is hosting the special screening of The Last Color.

Born in Titlagarh of Odisha, Jitendra Mishra is a multiple award winning film producer and promoter. He has already been associated with more than 110 films in all categories and in various capacities.

He has been invited to many credible international film festival as eminent jury and currently on the board of directors for world’s biggest and oldest children media network CIFEJ and member of the Cannes Producers network.

He is also the festival director of the unique film festival SIFFCY which he has conceived & designed for Smile Foundation.