Film producers and television industry leaders too in Mumbai briefed the minister of the problems they faced administratively in the meeting coordinated by Shaina NC and attended by Dalip ahil, Durga Jasraj, Raveen Kohli and others.
The minister also said that the government was keen to ensure that childrens' films gets wider audience.
Javdekar held a review meeting of media units of the Ministry of Information & Broadcasting based in the city, the National Film Development Corporation (NFDC), CFSI (Children's Film Society of India), Films Division and CBFC (Central Board of Film Certification).
There is a great need to produce good quality children's films and to market them well. He said adding "If the films are made and we are not able to release them, then the end result will be nil".
The minister observed that though CFSI films win national and international awards, they fail to reach wider audience due to weak distribution. "We need to explore all options, including outsourcing of distribution to make our films reach far and wide," he added.
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