The 20-day Course would be led from 28th May to 19 June 2019 in Delhi in relationship with Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC), Delhi.
Discussing the course, Bhupendra Kainthola, Director, FTII, said that it fulfil a long-standing need of film pundits, movie analysts, movie bloggers, movie scholastics and pretty much any individual who has more any interest for the film. He added that one has to know how to ‘read’ a film so as to audit it, the tool for which will be given through this course.
Bhopal-based filmmaker Ms. Rajula Shah, an FTII alumnus, would helm the course. She studied film direction at FTII from 1997 to 2000. Her film practice rises up out of an extreme exchange with the different arts, schools of thought and methods of insight through a close coordinated effort with individuals, their work and contexts.
Discussing the course, Ms. Shah said that it has been intended to give a fundamental establishing in the order of Film Criticism and to prepare the candidates into turning into a genuine watcher of cinema. She included that the course incorporates the study of significant films in the history of film through critical thinking.
The Course is being led under FTII’s countrywide film education outreach initiative SKIFT (Skilling India in Film and Television) under which more than 135 transient courses have been held in 37 urban communities the nation over covering more than 5800 students.