Monthly Archives: November 2010

‘Gone with the Wind’ Trivia

For the longest running Best Picture Academy Award movie of all time ‘Gone with the Wind’ nearly 1,400 actresses were interviewed and 400 were asked to do readings for the part of Scarlett O’Hara. Advertisements

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Workshop with Niranjan Thade (Director, DOP, Television Producer)

Workshop with Niranjan Thade (Director, DOP, Television Producer) for junior ‘Editing’ students. Workshop timings are from Thursday 25th Nov’10 to Saturday 4th Dec’10 in C-117 from 9:30am -1:30pm Among the innumerable projects he has worked on in the last 28 … Continue reading

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A Free Film making Seminar at WWI

A free seminar will be conducted on ‘Film making’ by our world renowned faculty on 27th November 2010, Saturday, at WWI campus. Timings for the Seminar are from 10:30 a.m to 1:00 p.m. It is a walk-in and register for … Continue reading

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WWI students amazed everyone at BAF 2010

‘The Music of Life’, animation film made by our students in collaboration with students at Bradford College in UK finally came to big screen. The reunited Student film-makers were very emotional to be together again. Some Student Film-makers share their … Continue reading

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FK – the original Dabangg

Dabangg means someone who is fearless and would only do whatever he wants. Did you know that in Feroz Khan’s Qurbaani, FK (as he was affectionately called) smashed a brand new Mercedes costing 17 Lakh rupees (back in the day) … Continue reading

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Workshop with Mr. Advait Nemlekar, Musician

With the Junior Animation, Producing, Direction, Editing & Sound students on 23rd November 2010 to 24th November 2010 from 9:30am – 4:30pm in Music Room.

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Flip Book

A flip book is a book with a series of pictures that vary gradually from one page to the next, so that when the pages are turned rapidly, the pictures appear to animate by creating an illusion of motion. You … Continue reading

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