Following the grand unveiling of the first look at the 77th Cannes Film Festival, Academy and Grammy Award-winning composer AR Rahman’s documentary, Headhunting to Beatboxing, directed by Rohit Gupta, is set to make its world premiere at the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne (IFFM) 2024 in Australia. The announcement was made today, generating significant buzz around this highly anticipated documentary.

The film explores the fascinating journey in Nagaland, of rhythm and sound, tracing the evolution of music across cultures, tribes, and generations. From the ancient traditions of headhunting tribes to the musical renaissance in the state (Nagaland), taking audiences on an immersive and enlightening musical anthropological odyssey.

Speaking about the film’s premiere at the festival, award-winning composer AR Rahman said “The film is very special to us, as it throws light on the beautiful state of Nagaland and highlights the rich cultural and musical history it contains. Rohit and I are looking forward to the premiere and showcasing it to the audiences in Melbourne.”


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