Manjushree Abhinav’s Film making Course is right for you if you are:
A Newcomer: The course would equip you to enter the Film and Television Industry as an assistant director or to make short films independently.
A Mediaperson who’s learnt on the job: You would benefit from learning the basics formally and getting your fundas clear.
A Professional who is already working in the Industry in another capacity: It would help you become a full-fledged director.
From the Corporate Sector: The course would add to your qualifications since films are a very important medium of corporate communication & advertising.
Animators will understand film making, which is an important aspect of animation.
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SUNDAY CLASSES: Full-day classes on Sundays, so you can pursue your dreams without forsaking the responsibilities of your work or studies.
WELL-DESIGNED SYLLABUS: More than 50% of class time would be devoted to hands-on film-making, so that you learn how to transform your ideas into films that light up the silver screen. While the course is practical-oriented, the theory portion would help you develop a sound understanding of the basics of story-telling and film-making. You will also be watching many world class films to appreciate the different aspects of the teaching. The visiting faculty will be from reputed institutes like FTII, SRISTI School of Art and Design, Chitra Kala Parishad, etc.
STUDENT FILM: You would write and direct a short film. The cinematography and editing would be done by professionals from the Industry, which would be a great learning experience. It would also result in a well-made film which you can be proud of and use as your show-reel as well as submit to film festivals.
STUDY MATERIAL : The students would be given:
Copies of important books
Links to useful websites and free scriptwriting software
CDs & DVDs of some important films
CERTIFICATE: You would be given a certificate at the successful completion of the course.
FILM FESTIVALS: The student films made as part of the course would be sent to film festivals.
DEMAND FOR FRESH VOICES: The Indian film and television industry is looking for fresh voices. With the diminishing appeal of the formula masala film, there is a demand for out-of-the-box thinking, for directors who understand the art and craft of film-making. It’s a great time to enter the field!
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