10 participants of FTII's short course in Digital Editing received Certificates at the valedictory function in the presence of Course Director Neeraj Voralia and Sh GB Singh,Dean (TV).
The participants of the Course, held in FTII Campus, came from 4 states :
1) Maharashtra (Mumbai, Kalyan, Pune, Thane, Nagpur)
2) Karnataka (Bengaluru)
3) Tamil Nadu (Coimbatore)
4) Assam (Guwahati)
Neeraj Voralia (FTII,Film Editing,1996),a renowned film editor, has been working mainly as a freelance editor. He has edited a dozen feature films, mainly in Marathi (SHWAAS, VALOO, VIHIR, DAHAVI F), along with the occasional mainstream Hindi film (AURANGZEB).
SHWAAS was a commercial as well as critical success; it won the National Award for Best Feature Film, 2004. It was also India's official entry for the Oscars, 2005.
He has also edited over thirty documentaries and an equal number of short fiction films. Neeraj has also been involved in academics for over a decade, teaching theory as well as the practical aspects of film in general and editing in particular at various places.
The Course was conducted under FTII's countrywide film education outreach initiative SKIFT (Skilling India in Film and Television) under which 149 short-term courses have been held in 38 locations across the country covering over 6100 learners over the past 25 months.