Panaji: The world has suffered from fewer films being made on cricket, Australian film great Phil Noyce said on Monday, adding that he's keen to make an India-Pakistan-Australia co-produced cricket film, if the money permits.
Noyce, who was honoured with a retrospective at the 42nd International Film Festival of India (IFFI), was speaking to reporters Sunday at the festival venue.
"We need to make more movies on cricket. The world suffers from fewer films on cricket. The shine of the ball, the texture of the pitch, the swing, the strokes, all need to be captured in films," Noyce said.