At this very proud moment when India is celebrating her 100thyear of Cinema, it is only fair for us to ‘understand’ and appreciate the local and global impact of such an young art and industry.
Ever since the screening of the very first film The Horse In Motion (1878) the curiosity and interest cinema has had on the audience is immeasurable.
We ‘are’ what we are only because of what we ‘were’ in the past. The same applies to cinema.
To look back at the history of cinema is important. To really understand what contemporary cinema is made up of we need to look at what went before because the present and the future is based on the foundation laid in the past.
The language of cinema is universal crossing all boundaries. At the same time cinema has been influenced by various artists, countries, innovations, art forms, businesses and most importantly the sociopolitical changes of the world history itself.
The coming together of these forces creates something unique which is cinema as we know it today. Understanding these factors makes the study of cinema more interesting and valuable.
Ramanaidu Film School is very proud to spread this joy to any cinephile of Hyderabad and contribute what it can to the growth of cine-literacy in the region.
This Film Appreciation Course will be conducted on every Saturday at the Ramanaidu Film School starting from June 1st 2013 for five weeks to conclude on June 29.
Film Language, Film Form & Film Style, Cinematographic Properties, Sound Design, The Syntax of the Telugu Film, Film Theory & Criticism
Timings: 9.30 AM to 5.30PM.
Course Fee: Rs. 5000
Student Concession: Rs. 2500
Registration Closes on: May 31, 2013.
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