FTII’s upcoming course will begin on June 15 and continue till July 11.
The Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) Pune will begin its upcoming film appreciation course online. The course director will be Arunaraje Patil who is a director, producer, film editor, screenwriter and winner of five National Awards.
This course will begin on June 15 and continue till July 11. The last date to enrol for the course is June 2. Interested candidates can visit FTII's official website to fill the online application. The applicants will not only have to submit an online application, but also have to provide a statement of purpose (SOP) based on which they will be shortlisted for the course.
The minimum eligibility to opt for the course is Class 12 pass out. The course will be conducted only if the minimum strength of 35 participants is reached. The threshold however is 50 participants.
Interested candidates will have to submit an application fee of Rs 500 and the course fee that a student needs to pay, if selected, is Rs 9,000. The classes will be conducted through Google Classroom and Google Meet and the medium of coaching for the course is strictly English.
The classes will be divided into two halves - first half being 11 am to 1 pm, and the second half will be from 5 pm to 6 pm. The students will get to interact with the coaches through live online classes.
The first exercise will be from 1 pm to 5 pm, which will be on Film Viewing. The exercise will be based on a list of films that will be provided to the shortlisted participants who will have to arrange to watch the list of films on their own.
Participation e-certificates would be distributed amongst all the participants on successful completion of the course where minimum 90 percent attendance is obligatory.
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