Friday, 19 September 2014

Film Workshops,Seminars & Master Classes On Film Making By NMIFF

Film Workshops,Seminars & Master Classes On Film Making By NMIFF 

(Inviting film schools, academies & organisations to conduct film workshops to benefit their students by NMIFF professionals.Pls write to us on contact@nmiff.in)

We have been nurturing a strong passion to spread the word about NMIFF since it’s announcement.Film workshops & seminars are the areas,we feel are most useful & helpful to students & young filmmakers.Our team & associates includes experts and professionals from the industry who frequently conduct workshops on various aspects of film making.We are starting them soon as a regular planned activity of the 2nd edition of NMIFF-2015.Below are few,we conducted in our first edition:

At NMIFF 2014 event:


During the NMIFF 2014 event, an open,International workshop on “How to market & distribute Independent films globally” was organised,which was addressed by OSCAR winning film maker Mr Mark Baschet ( No Man’s Land fame) ,who was the head of our jury panel and was attended by about 200 film makers.Mr Ashok Purang (creative producer of the film "filmistan" and NMIFF festival director,an expert acting coach & theatre director) and Mr Salim Arif     (renowned theatre director & director-NMIFF cultural affairs) also shared their expertise & experiences. 












At VEDA College,Pune in August 2013:

We received an invitation from VEDA college, PAI International Learning Solutions, Pune, India  for a Seminar covering various aspects of film making and pouring in an enthusiasm for those who had been looking for an opportunity of this kind.
The seminar in the college was conducted by three of our team members. Our festival director, Mr Ashok Purang whose name smacks of accolades in the field of writing, theatre ,direction & film production spoke on various aspects of film making & script writing and simultaneously was turning a lot many eyeballs. This was followed by an interactive session where we held on to the students’ anxieties and their well carved out apprehensions and enthusiasm.


All said and done, it was a delightful experiences and we tried covering in the maximum number of issues that could possibly be raised.The grandiosity of the festival was applauded and appreciated by the enthusiasts and we couldn’t help but gape at their freshness and vigour.













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