‘Pit to Palace’ is a true-life inspiring journey of this crusader Harold D’Souza from Bajpe to Bollywood.
This common man doing uncommon things across the world, has proved; desire changes nothing, decision changes something, but determination changes everything.
Harold D’Souza is the voice and hope for those who are trafficked. Slavery to Silver Screen is the strength of this ‘Survivor’ who has sailed storms of struggle, shame, and stigma to success with a smile.
Founded on September 20th, 1946. The 75th edition of Festival de Cannes will take place from May 17 to 28th, 2022 at Cannes, France.
Harold D’Souza spoke to the press; “I was amazed with the script writing. Tears of emotions were running high during my recent visit to Mumbai, when I listened to the script. I learnt a lot about the film making process for Bollywood Films. It is awe inspiring the amount of work that goes into the making of a film. I respect the passion of the film producers, directors, script writers and entire team. It’s a mega project. I am speechless with the script”.
In order to achieve this level of longevity, the Festival de Cannes has remained faithful to its founding purpose: to draw attention to and raise the profile of films, with the aim of contributing towards the development of cinema, boosting the film industry worldwide and celebrating cinema at an international level. And to this day, this profession of faith constitutes the first article of the Festival regulations.
This film is dedicated to Harold’s loving father; “Henry D’Souza” a native of Bajpe, Mangaluru.
For 12 days each May, the city of Cannes is transformed from a quiet seaside resort into the densest concentration of film industry activity on the planet. Over 200,000 people – filmmakers, film fans, studio executives, and star-gazers alike – descend on the Croisette to take part in the Festival de Cannes, more commonly known to English-speakers as the Cannes Film Festival.
This Bollywood Biopic Blockbuster Silver Screen Film on Harold D’Souza will create ripples at Festival de Cannes, Venice Film Festival, the Berlin International Film Festival in Germany, the Toronto International Film Festival in Canada, and the Sundance Film Festival in the United States.