Basic Course in Smartphone Film Making from 21 – 28 November 2022 (for Persons with Autism) in Goa
Film and Television Institute of India (FTII), Pune, under its Centre for Open Learning (CFOL) initiative, National Film Development Corporation (NFDC) and Entertainment Society of Goa (ESG) announces Basic Course in Smartphone Film Making (for individuals suffering from Autism) in Goa during 53rd International Film Festival of India, Goa.
Following are the details in this regard;
(i) Must carry a good quality Smartphone which can record HD videos
(ii) One Caretaker (Parent/ Guardian/ Caretaker)
1. Click open the link - Google Form Link https://forms.gle/H3R8V7qiv3XPXhwo7 Fill-up the application form with requisite details.
2. No document/ certificate related to educational qualification, age etc. is to be attached. Participants’ self – declaration in the application form is sufficient.
Terms & conditions: By agreeing to the terms & conditions in the application form, participants are confirming that they have read & understood the website advt. They are eligible to apply and fulfil all the requirements as stated in the advt. Further, participants agree that decision of FTII Director regarding admission to the course and its conduction will be final.
Ajmal Jami is a practising professional in the field of visual communication with a diverse range of work. An AJK MCRC graduate, his body of work, spread across over three decades, has garnered multiple awards and spanned the range from hard news often in war zones and conflict areas to documentaries, institutional and promotional films to fiction, soft features and shows. As Cinematographer, Filmmaker, Photographer, he has worked on prestigious projects for national and international organisations. As head of department - camera at NDTV, he helmed the camera team for over a decade and was part of the core team responsible for visual content including the later planning and implementation of the smartphone model as the bedrock of visual content gathering. He now works on select documentary and other projects. Among his more recent long format work is a one hour documentary produced by Films Division on Baba Farid, the mystic revered by Muslims and Sikhs alike, and a documentary on the Kerala floods aired on Discovery channel. He also conducts workshops on different aspects of television programming and film making. As FTII - SKIFT faculty, he has held workshops on Smartphone Filmmaking across India.