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Film and Television Institute of India, Pune (Poona), Maharashtra


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Film and Television Institute of India, Pune (Poona), Maharashtra
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Law College Road
Pune (Poona) (District Pune (Poona))
Maharashtra, India
Pin Code : 411004


Film and Television Institute of India, Pune (Poona) Maharashtra is a recognised institute / college.
Film and Television Institute of India is situated in Pune (Poona) of Maharashtra state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Pune (Poona) comes under Pune (Poona) Tehsil, Pune (Poona) District.

Fax # of Film and Television Institute of India, Pune (Poona) Maharashtra is +91-20-25425656.

email ID(s) is Film and Television Institute of India Pune (Poona) Maharashtra

Website of Film and Television Institute of India, Pune (Poona) Maharashtra is www.ftiindia.com/, www.nfaipune.gov.in.


Contact Details of Film and Television Institute of India, Pune (Poona) Maharashtra are : +91-20-25431817, 25430017, 25430363, 25658253
+91-20-25425656 (Direct)



Courses

Film and Television Institute of India, Pune (Poona) Maharashtra runs course(s) in Misc stream(s).
1. Directoin 2. Cinematography 3. Audiography 4. Editing 5. Acting 6. Art Direction and ProductionDesign 7. Animation and ComputerGraphics 8. Feature Film Screenplay Writing

Summer course in Film Appreciation (23 May 2016 to 18 June 2016) (Four week full time course)

Profile of Film and Television Institute of India

Establishing a Tradition in Film and TV Training.....
Established in the year 1960 on the erstwhile Prabhat Studio premises at Pune and thereby inheriting a rich legacy in quality Cinema , the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) has truly lived up to its avowed objective in the field of imparting training in film making and television programme production. Today the FTII is considered as a Center of Excellence not only in India but also in Asia and Europe. Films made by the students of the Institute are entered in festivals both in India and abroad. Many of them have own National and International awards.

The alumni of the FTII have penetrated all corners of the Indian Film and Television industry and have excelled in all its fields. For example Subhash Ghai, Mani Kaul, Nasiruddin Shah, Jaya Bhaduri, Raza Murad, Shatrughan Sinha, Mithun Chakraborty, Tom Alter, Kanwarjit Paintal, Adoor Gopal Krishnan, Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Raj Kumar Hirani, Vidhu Vinod Chopra are alumnies of this Institute.

The FTII is an autonomous body under the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting of the Government of India. Its policies are determined by a Governing Council. The latter appoints the director of the institute. The current director of the institute is Mr. Pankaj Rag, IAS. The FTII is a member of CILECT an international association of film schools.

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Audit report points to many irregularities in FTII (Film and Television Institute of India)
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Courses in Film and Television (Admission Notice)

Year after suicide national honour for FTII student (News)

Change in the Admission (Corrigendum)

Extended date for Exam (Advertisement)

Summer Course in Film Appreciation (Advertisement)

FTII Entrance Test in May (News)

Diploma in Direction and Cinematography etc (Admission Notice)

Summer course in Film Association (Admission Notice)

Registrar (Job Vacancy)

Pune students film bags jury award at Kyoto (News)

FTII student drowns in swimming pool (News)

Canteen Contract (Tender)

Chief Accounts Officer in deputation basis (Job Vacancy)

PG Certificate Course in Direction (Admission Notice)

Film by FTII alumnus hopes to bring change to lives of cannabis growers in kullu (News)

Film and Television Courses (Admission Notice)

Associate Professor in Cinematography (Job Vacancy)

Associate Professor for Production Engineering (Job Vacancy)

After break, FTII acting course turns 10 (News)

Supply of canteen services (Tender)

Asstt Professor in Video Editing (Job Vacancy)

Associate Professor Direction (Job Vacancy)

FTII bags six awards as students film festival ends (News)

Asstt Professor Director (Job Vacancy)

Graduate Film and TV course (Admission Notice)

4 more named to FTII society have RSS links (News)

Give me chance, Gajendra Chauhan post FTII furore (News)

Rahul entry changed govts FTII truce plan (News)

Students on strike (News)

Govt calling us names, diluting issues (News)

New FTII director offers olive branch to students on strike (News)

25 FTII striking students detained outside IandB in New Delhi (News)

Agitating students are not criminals (News)

New FTII Director takes over with aim to end stir (News)

5 students in custody (News)

Govt upset with FTII press meet on eve of talks (News)

Protesting FTII students take flight to IFFI Goa (News)

FTII refuses to sponsor students for Goa fest (News)

Audit report points to many irregularities in FTII (News)


Media coverage of Film and Television Institute of India, Pune (Poona) Maharashtra, Maharashtra

FTII to be centre of excellence

PUNE: The minister for information and broadcasting, Ambika Soni, has said a bill would be introduced in parliament enabling the Film and Television Institute of India to become a centre for excellence. She was addressing the parliamentary consultative committee meeting held in the city on Saturday.

The recognition would enable the institute to enjoy the privileges of a university. It would facilitate students to pursue higher studies and research in India and abroad.

A group of experts has prepared a Detailed Project Report (DPR) for the proposed upgradation of the FTII. The DPR will be considered by the governing council of the institute on July 6. The minister said this could constitute the vision statement of the institute.Soni informed the members that the Planning Commission recently approved Rs660 crore allocation for setting up the National Film Heritage Mission (NFHM) for digitisation of film heritage of the country preserved by the National Film Archive of India (NFAI), National Film Development Corporation (NFDC), Films Division (FD), Directorate of Film Festival (DFF) and the Children Film Society of India (CFSI).During the discussion, members of the consultative committee endorsed the vision statement made by the chairman, FTII, Saeed Mirza. The members were of the view that the FTII should reach out to remote areas and tap talent there through short-term courses.

Minister of state for information and broadcasting, Dr S Jagatrakshakan, members of parliament Shyam Benegal, Shatrughan Sinha, Bharat Kumar Raut, Dr Anup Kumar Saha, Anil Madhav Dave, Tapas Paul, Ranee Narah, MP Achutan and Mohd Adeeb were present.

Asian Film Festival revived after 2 yrs

Pune: The Asian Film Festival which was discontinued due to financial crunch has been revived after the gap of two years and it will be held from December 23-29. Organised by the Aashay Film Club and Kesho Event and Entertainment, National Film Archive of India (NFAI) and Film and Television Institute of India (FTII), this year would be the 7th year of the festival.

Festival director Satish Jakatdar sited the paucity of funds as the reason behind the discontinuation of festival over the past two years. The last film festival was held in 2008. In 2009, we had to cancel it due to swine flu and later discontinued it due to paucity of funds. But since it is a landmark festival, we have revived the festival with the help of Govind Thakkar of Kesho Entertainment, he said.

Festival director Virendra Chitrav said, Considering that this is the 25th year of Aashay Film Club, reviving the festival was very important for us. The target audience for our festival will be youngsters. We have kept 70% registrations for the youngsters and the fee structure will be reasonable so that the young audience can afford it.Eighty films will be screened at the festival. While films from countries like Japan, China, Israel, Iran, Bangladesh, Egypt, Sri Lanka and Korea will be screened in the Spectrum Asia section, in Indian Vista section, regional films in Indian languages will be showcased.

There are special sections devoted to offbeat Hindi films and also for Turkish films. But the major attraction of the festival will be My Marathi section. Seven new Marathi films will be premiered in this section. The closing film of the festival will be a Marathi film.On the occasion of Rabindranath Tagores 150th birth anniversary, films made on his stories will be showcased in the homage section.Govind Thakkar, director of Kesho Events, said, We are planning to take this festival to a new high. Apart from screening the films, we have approached major colleges in the city as we are trying to expose the students to international films and renowned international directors.

The festival will be held at Inox Multiplex, NFAI theatre, FTII main theatre and MES auditorium, Bal Shikshan Mandir, Mayur Colony. Delegate forms will be available from December 10 at Pathfinder near Neelayam Theatre.

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