The Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) is gearing-up to conduct “Film Appreciation Course” from June 13-17 at the Directorate of Information & Public Relations, Kohima. Organized in collaboration with the Department of Information & Public Relations (DIPR); this free-of-cost endeavour aims to generate awareness on film education among Nagaland youths; and re-ignite their interest across all aspects of cinema, from its technical aspects to the minutes of aesthetic nuances. According to DIPR report, the Scheduled Tribes (ST) youths residing across tribal districts of Nagaland can pursue the film appreciation course. Meanwhile, the participants should be 18 years and above.There will be no course fee. However, participants are required to pay Rs 500 at the time of registration. Interested candidates may send their details with their ST Certificate to email@example.com or contact 8861160084. The last date of submission is on June 11. Certificates will be issued by FTII upon successful completion of the course. No TA and DA will be provided.
Earlier , The Film and Television Institute of India (FTII), Pune, conducted a five-day online training on smartphone filmmaking for Nagaland’s filmmakers and content creators.During the course of training, visual content specialist and cinematographer Ajmal Jami, as resource person from FTII, taught the basics of film making, including scene composition, shots sizes and meanings, camera angles, camera movements, lightings, colours, sound effects, etc. Altogether 17 participants, content creators from Nagaland took part in the training on the art of smartphone filmmaking and ways to improve their content. The training was conducted as part of the country-wide celebrations under Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav.