Come Celebrate Cinema With Us!

We celebrate cinema in all its glory with ‘Cinema 100’ & ‘Cinema 100: The Next Wave’ kicking off proceedings with an extravaganza that celebrates the glorious legacy of Indian filmmaking through exhibitions, workshops, panel discussions and screenings. Last year over 7000 people visited the campus for over 200 screenings, 75 workshops, 25 panel discussions and master-classes and our entire campus was swept away in the fervor of filmdom.

We are re-opening our doors on 17th & 18th May, 2014 for cinephiles of all backgrounds – established filmmakers, media professional, cinema goers and students of all ages. Come on down to the Whistling Woods campus for 2 action-packed weekends, where we Celebrate Cinema in all its glory.
Film lovers can watch curated screenings of rare and pioneering films and participate in a large selection of interactive workshops on Still Photography, Mobile Film Making, VFX, Stop motion, Acting, 3D Workshop, Editing, TV Broadcasting, Screenwriting, Music Mixing, Western Music, Song Picturization, Bollywood Dancing, Advertising, and Fashion Workshop amongst many others.
Audiences can interact with eminent filmmaking personalities on a variety of engaging panel discussions and view an eclectic and fascinating collection of film memorabilia from era’s bygone, including rare posters, costumes exhibits and technological equipment.
The special highlights of this year’s festival include an exclusive screening of Hawa Hawaii followed by an interaction with Amol Gupte, screening of a documentary on 100 years of Indian Cinema created for the Cannes Film Festival, Focus on young filmmakers, Socially Relevant Filmmaking and Women in Cinema, Interactive session with Manisha Koirala, Reema Kagti and many more personalities.
Catch all the fun and be a part of most creative, knowledgeable and glamorous event of Indian Cinema on 17th & 18th of May. It’s open to all and the entry is absolutely free. Click here to book yourself for the event!

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