Fresh Batch starts this Saturday, 26th of May.
Creative writing during the first weekend, and then Scriptwriting for four Sundays, followed by Acting workshop, Camera , Editing, Animation workshop and finally, make a short film.
REGISTRATIONS ARE STILL ON!
Call Manjushree at 9945192862 to make an appointment and get info bout the course first hand.
Where : Rasa Art Gallery , 1st Floor, no 81, BBMP no 128, K.H. Road, (Double road) Bangalore 27. (landmark : Between the Grand Pavilion Hotel and ING Vaisya Bank )
Manjushree Abhinav, a film-maker, novelist and teacher, is organizing the third batch of the course in film making, from concept to screen, on Sundays over three and a half months, in Bengaluru. Manjushree has taught at the Film and Television Institute of India, Pune, NID ( National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad), and Srishti, Bangalore.
This Weekend batch organised by Manjushree Abhinav has a great faculty, reasonable fees and a convenient location. It gives people the opportunity to learn film-making without leaving their jobs or studies.
So you can now follow your dreams while taking care of your responsibilities.
Since this course deals with fiction films, we would first tap the biggest reservoir of stories : an unblocked storehouse of memories and emotions. We will also understand the structure of the conflict-resolution story, and we shall dip into the Navarasas. The aim of the workshop is to dig out the blocks that hamper the sprouting of the creative juices and fuel the love of writing towards an intense and natural discipline. It will help the beginner as well as the writer who is stuck in the middle of a story, a script, a film….
(Those who only want to attend creative writing, the fees is Rs. 3600/ )
The story we have structured in the creative writing workshop, we will stretch out into an audio visual script. We will understand the elements of Scriptwriting: Characterization, Plot, Setting, Theme. Students will pitch their scripts to the batch, and a few scripts will be selected to be developed for shot breakdown and dialogues.
(Those who want to study scriptwriting, the fee is rs 10850/ ).
CONTACT : Please contact Prasad, the course coordinator, at 8971916143 or Manjushree at 9945192862. You can also email us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
VENUE : Rasa Art Gallery , 1st Floor, no 81, BBMP no 128, K.H. Road, (Double road) Bangalore – 27
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DURATION :The course would span across four months of weekend classes, mostly on Sundays, from May to August 2012. Although the course has already started, a new batch is starting on Saturday, the 26th of May. Please call Manjushree at 9945192862 for an appointment if you are interested in joining the course.
The film making course includes creative writing, script writing, acting workshop, camera practicals, elements of editing, Animation Workshop, and making the short film, during four months of weekend classes.
The total fees for this course is INR Thirty two thousand and eight hundred, (Rs.32,800/), payable in two installments, of Rs.17,800 at the time of registration and Rs 15,000/ before 5th of July.
Those who can pay the full amount in one go, will avail a discount of Rs. 5000, so they will have to pay only INR Twenty seven thousand and eight hundred. ( Rs. 27,800/ )
The course fees cover the classes, the visiting faculty’s fees, the cost of making the student film, and study material like books and cds. A donation of Rs 500/- would be given from every student’s fees to a children’s charity.
To encourage women film makers, all ladies will avail a discount of 25 %! Students will avail a 10 % discount.
Manjushree Abhinav’s Film making Course is right for you if you are:
- A Newcomer: The course would equip you to enter the Film and Television Industry as an assistant director or to make short films independently.
- A Mediaperson who’s learnt on the job: You would benefit from learning the basics formally and getting your fundas clear.
- A Professional who is already working in the Industry in another capacity: It would help you become a full-fledged director.
- From the Corporate Sector: The course would add to your qualifications since films are a very important medium of corporate communication & advertising.
- Animators will understand film making, which is an important aspect of animation.
STUDY MATERIAL : The students would be given:
- Copies of important books
- Links to useful websites and free scriptwriting software
- CDs & DVDs of some important films
CERTIFICATE: You would be given a certificate at the successful completion of the course.
FILM FESTIVALS: The student films made as part of the course would be sent to film festivals.
DEMAND FOR FRESH VOICES: The Indian film and television industry is looking for fresh voices. With the diminishing appeal of the formula masala film, there is a demand for out-of-the-box thinking, for directors who understand the art and craft of film-making. It’s a great time to enter the field!
For queries: Manjushree at 9945192862 or e-mail email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org