Film & Entertainment

  PATIALA: The centre for advanced media studies (CAMS) department of Punjabi University is all set to enter into an agreement with Film and Television Institute of India(FTII), Pune, to conduct various skill-based short-term courses. The FTII had sent a proposal a week ago to the university to which the varisty has given the green signal on Monday. Professor Gurmeet Singh Maan, director of CAMS said that the FTII, an autonomous institute of ministry of I & B, Centre go
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Both the institutes currently conduct their written exams at nearly 20 centres across the country, reportedly spending around Rs 25-30 lakh each for the entire process.   A PRIVATE body will hold a joint entrance test for the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) in Pune and the Kolkata-based Satyajit Ray Film and Television Institute (SRFTI) for admissions to all courses at the two institutes run by the Union Information and Broadcasting Ministry (I&B). The Centre for Managem
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Bhupendra Chauhan, a third semester student of Film and Television Institute of India, has bagged the Inlaks India Foundation scholarship of Rs1lakh. The 2016 batch student of the acting course received the scholarship cheque at the institute on Tuesday from the director of FTII Bhupendra Kainthola. “Bhupendra Chauhan is an example of how real and great talent continues to come from India’s small towns and that determination and hard work is all that count in India’s finest f
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पुणे : चित्रपट आणि दूरदर्शनसंबंधी अभ्यासक्रम शिकवल्या जाणाऱ्या जगभरातील सुमारे ७० फिल्म आणि टीव्ही स्कूलची वार्षिक परिषद नुकतीच झुरिक (स्वित्झर्लंड) येथे पार पडली. या परिषदेत पुण्यातील फ
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FTII to conduct kids' workshop

14th October 2017
The Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) started a 15-day acting workshop exclusively for children. An FTII release said 21 children, between ages 7 and 15, have signed up for the course, which will be conducted by Devendranath Sankaranarayanan, a professional acting coach in theatre. Book fair from October 11 to 15 The Pune Book Fair will be held between October 11 and 15 at Pudumjee Hall, Mahratta Chamber of Commerce and Industries, Tilak Road, Swargate. The fair will be inaugurated
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The Film and Television Institute of India (FTII), Pune, will conduct a 20-day foundation-level course in fiction writing for television in Delhi from November 7 to 29.The course will cover all the important aspects of the art and craft of dramatic writing for TV. The classes would focus on the practical aspects of writing and would include the viewing and analysis of TV shows. By the end of the course, each student would be writing a complete script for an hour-long TV drama. The last date for
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FILM AND TELEVISION INSTITUTE OF INDIA, PUNE 411004 Application for Weekend Film Appreciation Course at FTII, Pune in Oct – Nov 2017 Short Course on “Weekend Film Appreciation Course” (28th Oct. to 26th Nov.2017 )   (1)Duration: 05 weekends (Saturdays & Sundays from 28th Oct to 26th Nov) (2)Timings: 9.30 am to 1.30 pm (Morning Batch) 02 pm to 06 pm (Afternoon Batch) (3)No. of participants: 100 in Morning and 100 in Afternoon Batch. Course will not be conducted if th
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The Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) has announced a three-week basic course in digital video editing. The announcement comes less than two months after the institute received approval from National Skill Development Corporation, ministry of skill development and entrepreneurship to conduct courses under Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PMKVY). The course aims at imparting a fundamental understanding of the digital video editing set-up, its operations, concepts and principles
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The Film and Television Institute of India (FTII), Pune, will conduct 3-week foundation-level film courses in Leh, Ladakh and Jammu & Kashmir in October this year. The decision to conduct short courses in digital cinematography and acting was taken after a meeting between Bhupendra Kainthola, director FTII, Pune, Sonam Dawa, chief executive councillor, Ladakh Area Hill Development Council (LAHDC), and Prasanna Ramaswamy , deputy commissioner, Leh. FTII and LAHDC also discussed the possibil
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The Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) and Films Division (FD) have come together to start short courses in Mumbai. The three-week long foundation courses in digital cinematography , screenplay writing and acting began on Friday at Films Division premises in South Mumbai.
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The Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) on Thursday announced a 12week residential foundation course on visual effects and finishing. Designed to meet the industry requirements, the full-time course has an intake of only 10 and will be conducted on the Pune campus from September 18. The minimum qualification to join the course is HSC (Class XII). Anyone with basic understanding of and interest in drawing or visual effects or films can apply, an FTII statement stated. The deadline for
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The Film and Television Institute of India will screen a series of diploma films by its alumni over the years. “The film shows, called Padaarpan, will be held from August 5 at the institute's main theatre, which has a capacity of 200 seats, and will be free for members of the public,“ said Bhupendra Kainthola, director, FTII. Entries to the shows will be on first-comefirst-served basis, he added. “By Padaarpan we mean baby steps. Renowned artists like Naseeruddin Shah, Res
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The Film and Television Institute of India has received approval from the national skill development council, ministry of skill development and entrepreneurship, to conduct skilloriented short courses under the project category of Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana. The approval grants FTII the status to conduct filmand i televisionrelated skill developi ment courses in Pune, Guwahati, Jaipur and Visakhapatnam. The qualification packs approved are editor, make up artist, character designer, s
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The Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) on Monday launched a fivemonth course on writing for TV and web series to cater to the industry's growing need for long-format storytelling. The first-of-its-kind course writing for TV fiction was inaugurated by Gaurav Banerjee, president and head, content studio, Star India, in the presence of Bhupendra Kainthola, director, FTII Pune, and Vinod Ranganath, course director. The course has been planned and organised by the TV wing of FTII. App
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Pune:A 15-day film appreciation course will be conducted by Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) in Pune from December 9 to 23. The announcement was made by FTII director Bhupendra Kainthola during the valedictory function of the four-day film appreciation course held in Delhi to promote film literacy , disseminate cinematic culture and generate awareness. About138 participants received certificates from Ajay Mittal, secretary, ministry of information and broadcasting. The course was
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The city-based Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) has rolled out an elective module as a part of its new syllabus. The FTII implemented the new `Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) Syllabus' from 2016 batch. As a part of the system, the students can choose two subjects from the pool of 14 different subjects offered by all the departments of the film wing in the second semester. This choice of two subjects is done through two weeks of `elective module', which is presently under
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The Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) has announced a five-month course on writing for television fiction from July 3. A statement issued by the institute on Monday said its aim is to widen and deepen the talent pool of quality TV writers. The 21-week course will be writing-intensive, with constant instruction and mentorship from leading TV screenwriters. Students will come away not only with the knowledge of episodic writing, but also with two full `bibles' for two TV programme
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Pune-based Film and Television Institute of India on Wednesday signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Canon to promote shortterm courses in film and television technology . Canon will support the skill-oriented courses as technology partner. The courses are proposed to be held in non-metros such as Guwahati, Jaipur, Vishakhapatnam, Raipur, Chandigarh, Raipur, Bhopal, Leh and Andaman and Nicobar Islands to begin with. Initially , under FTII's initiative, Skilling India in Film and T
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Mumbai University announced its grand plans to launch five degree programmes in film-making in collaboration with the Ramesh Sippy Academy of Cinema and Entertainment (RSACE). For this, the university plans to create an infrastructure worth Rs 3,000 crore plus in 1.2 lakh square feet area in its Kalina campus, said the vice-chancellor Sanjay Deshmukh on Thursday . He went on to announce that the bachelor courses in film art, film production, screenwriting, animation, visual effects will be open
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The administration of Film and Television Institute if India (FTII) has proposed a hike in fees of various coursess offered by the institute
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Choice-based credit system, assessment after every module, student feedback system, assessment of contact hours both direct and indirect make up the new syllabus of the Film and Television Institute of India, to be implemented this academic year from August 1.
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Institute to Become A Univ Of Cinema, TV & Allied Arts
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