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Call for Entry: Film Appreciation course in Goa

By NewsDesk • Published on June 17, 2012

Applications are invited for the Film Appreciation Course to be organized by the Entertainment Society of Goa in collaboration with the National Film Archive of India (NFAI) and Film and Television Institute of India (FTII).

The course will be held between July 16-23, 2012.The classes for the week long course will be held at Maquinez Palace, Auditorium II, Panaji between 9:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.

The course is open to all who are interested in film studies/activities. The curriculum includes theoretical study of the art and history of cinema, development of cinema as a medium of art and communication, the technical and various other aspects of the medium. Classics from both Indian and international cinema will be used for critical analysis and study. The medium of instruction will be English.  A certificate will be awarded on successful completion of the course.

The Course Fee is Rs. 4000/-(inclusive of tea, snacks and lunch) and for Goa Cinephile club members the course fee is Rs. 3500/-, only 50 seats available.

Applications forms are available at the office of ESG and can also be downloaded from the official website of the Entertainment Society of Goa i.e. www.iffigoa.org. Last date for submission of forms along with the applicable fee is 10th July 2012 addressed to the, Entertainment Society of Goa, Maquinez Palace, Heritage Precinct, D.B.Marg, Campal,Panaji, Goa – 403 001.

The Course is open for all individuals above 21 years of age as on 30th June 2012.

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