Keep it short
Learn to make and promote short films at the workshop, titled Shoot A Short, by actor-director Umesh Kulkarni, at NFAI
If you think you have the talent to be a short filmmaker, head to Shoot A Short, a workshop on making short films and promoting them. This the third edition of the workshop.
Actor-director Umesh Kulkarni will be conducting the workshop. He says, “Short films are like energy injections for me; they are my first love. The kind of experimentation one can do in short films cannot be done in any other medium. And it is an art form which is not at all recognised in India. I believe that we have to create awareness about short films in India. Moreover, it is not a stepping stone to make feature films.”
He added that this workshop offers an opportunity to explore this amazing medium further. Kulkarni will teach participants how to make short films as well as to distribute them effectively.
“A lot of people want to make short films. They have ideas but don’t have the time to do a full-time course on how to make short films. This course is very beneficial for such people who work in different professions and still want to learn to make short films,” he adds. The fees for the workshop is `8,000 for four days.
Till: December 8, 10 am to 5pm
At: NFAI, Law College Road.
Registrations can be done at the venue.
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