Childnet International and the Motion Picture Association host a special edition of our “Film School Friday” series, highlighting the exciting career opportunities in the film and TV sector, and the skills it takes to become one of our future great storytellers.
This session discusses how Indian content is travelling beyond national boundaries through OTT platforms and is being widely watched by a global audience.
This session, moderated by Nitin Tej Ahuja of the Producers’ Guild of India, addresses the challenges producers face in making global films, in other words, projects of scale or of a certain aesthetic appeal. The session also aims to discover the challenges producers face in getting together the elements that make a film’s appeal truly global.
This session, moderated by Mr. Vikramjit Roy, Head, FFO, is about the experiences of filmmakers with co-productions and how institutions are promoting co-productions, and also understand the nuances of stitching together international co-productions.
The International Film Festival of India (IFFI), which is one of Asia’s oldest and India’s biggest film festivals, rose beyond the challenges posed by the pandemic to curate the best of Indian and world cinema from January 16– January 24, 2021, in Goa.
The official opening of the virtual India Pavilion at the 74th Cannes Film Festival was organised by the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Govt of India, jointly with FICCI. Mr Uday Singh, Co-Chair, FICCI Film Forum & MD, MPA-India.
As part of the Motion Picture Association’s “Film School Friday” series, this panel highlights the expansive landscape of inclusive preschool programming.
Join IPTSE’s IP Literacy Drive, in association with Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion– IPR Chair,
Andhra University !
The Motion Picture Association and EPIX co-hosted this edition of Film School Friday featuring creators and actors from Godfather of Harlem — the acclaimed series inspired by infamous Harlem crime boss Bumpy Johnson.