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FTII Launches Short Term Courses in Film and Television

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According to Minister of State for Information & Broadcasting, Pune Col. Rajyavardhan Rathore Technology has played a critical role in defining the contours of professional photography and art of film making.

FTII Launches Short Term Courses in Film and Telev

MoU

The exposure of budding young talent to the nuances of technology has a positive impact on their learning curve. The minister spoke on the occassion of signing of an MoU between Film and Television Institute of India (FTII), Pune and Canon India Private Limited. Kazutada Kobayashi, President & CEO, Canon India was also present on the occasion.

Objectives of the MoU for short term courses in film

The MoU between Film and Television Institute of India, Pune and Canon India Private Limited would promote film education through short-term courses across several towns and cities in the country. Under FTII's unique initiative SKIFT (Skilling India in Film and Television) several short courses, mostly of skill-oriented nature have been proposed to be held in collaboration with State Governments, Universities and Educational institutions.

FTII's Mission

FTII Pune, has been preparing to break new grounds by pushing to democratise cinematic education by offering quality and affordable training to general public and practitioners alike at locations where there is a demand for such courses. FTII is also in the process of aligning some of the short courses with Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PMKVY) under National Skill Development Council.

Canon India's Collaboration

While speaking on the occasion, Kazutada Kobayashi said that Film & Television Institute of India (FTII) was one of the most reputed institution across the world and Canon was proud to announce the partnership for SKIFT which has been designed to spread the art of cinematography and film making, across the length and breadth of the country. As a technology partner for this initiative, Canon India would add value to the program endeavored to scale skill development in film and television to greater heights.

Canon's Support

Canon, a digital imaging company, as 'Technology Partner' of SKIFT would be providing high-end cameras and accessories free of cost for the courses. This support would be a major contributing factor in keeping the course fees affordable while offering an opportunity to course participants to use cutting-edge equipment.

Course Centers

The courses are proposed to be held in non-metros such as Guwahati, Jaipur, Vishakhapatnam, Raipur, Chandigarh, Raipur, Bhopal, Leh and Andaman & Nicobar Islands to begin with.

Short Term Courses Offered

Initially SKIFT would conduct courses such as Digital Cinematography, Documentary Film Making, Screenplay Writing, Acting, Film Criticism & Journalism and Film Appreciation.

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