An NCPA-Children’s Film Academy Presentation
Children’s Film Academy brings to India the internationally acclaimed film-making programme for young people, Cinema Cent Ans De Jeunnesse, created and co-ordinated by Cinematheque Francaise, Paris. The earlier themes have been the Long Take, Colour, Climate and Play among others. This year, the theme is Spaces and the Stories They Tell. This programme runs simultaneously in 20 countries across Europe, UK and Japan. In six day-long sessions spread across January -May, one almost every month, participants go through intense hands-on training and basics of film language. They write and evolve their stories and scripts through the weekdays, upload their exercises on the CCAJ blog and exchange notes on film-making with their peers across the globe. A few participants (willing to bear the cost) will travel to Paris to attend the Grand Convocation, benefiting tremendously from the exposure. All the film-making equipment will be provided by CFA. The British Film Institute is the CFA’s Academic Support Partner.
Participants engage with film theory and practical’s in live and online interaction over five months, with filmmaking practical’s of 6 sessions of seven hours each , 10 am – 5.00 pm, one Saturday every month from January to May. April will have an added Sunday, for shooting the final film. The dates are : Jan 20, Feb 24, Mar 24, April 21 and 22, May 26.
For Registrations please contact 961 946 3545 / 961 946 3507/ 022-66223766 (Mon to Fri from 10 am to 6.00 pm)
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