Film Script Writing Workshop

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By K. Ashwin Mob: 00919920183006 E-mail: indianshowbusiness@gmail.com

In order to ensure better development of cinematic culture and to its fundamental training, Jaipur International Film Festival along with Central Circuit Cine Association is conducting a workshop on important segments of filmmaking like Film Script Writing, Screenplay Writing And Dialogue Writing from tomorrow (10.30m am to 4.30 pm) to 21st October, 2012.

The three day workshop will be conducted in the Film Bhavan Auditorium, behind Dainik Bhaskar, Jaipur.

During this special occasion, the seminars on the 100 Year Journey of Indian Cinema (20 October, 5.00pm onwards) and the Market for Short and Documentary Films will also be conducted.

The workshop will be primarily conducted by the renowned script writer of the country, Anjum Rajabali. His brain and skills are behind numerous classic works of Hindi cinema like ‘The Legend of Bhagat Singh’, ‘Apaharan’, ‘Ghulam’, ‘Raajneeti’ and his recent works include ‘Chakravuyh’. Besides, the workshop will also be conducted by Prasoon Sinha (director of India’s first digital film), Gaurav Panjwani and Balram Kanwat etc. During the period, the participants will also find an opportunity to watch the finest films that got selected in JIFF.

Please note that during the script writing workshop, there will be a screening of the Academy Award winning film- A Seperation (Iran), Academy Award nominee- The Road Home (India) , Little Terrorist (India) and Cannes nominee- Mombatti (India). Besides, there will be the screening of Sakshi Tanwar starring film Banwara Mann. The screening of the films will be made on 19th (5.00 pm onwards) and 20th October (6.00 pm onwards) at Film Bhawan Auditorium, Behind Danik Bhasker, JLN Road, Jaipur. Kindly note that no entry fee will be charged for the same. The general public can simply make their presence and watch the movies.

It is worth notable that those who come to participate in the workshop can also acquire the membership form for the ‘Film Writers Association’.

The workshop had also been conducted in the year 2010 and 2011 and received an overwhelming response from the participants.

 

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