Actor Kunal Kapoor talks on How to Pitch a Film!​

Actor Kunal Kapoor talks on How to Pitch a Film!

Kunal Kapoor


The India Film Project touted as Asia’s largest festival for content creators will have 50 hours filmmaking competition and interesting panel discussions with known personalities like Dia Mirza, Ashutosh Gowariker, Devdutt Pattanaik, Tanmay Bhatt and eminent personalities from the industry to be part of panel discussions.
For 50 hours filmmaking, 185067 teams have participated who have come together and made filmsin 50 hours. The shortlisted ones by the jury will be showcased at the festival. Entries have come from Mumbai, Chennai, Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Kerala, Ahmedabad.

A​ctor Kunal Kapoor will start the festival by talking about How to Pitch a Film and later conduct a workshop around Crowdfunding for Digital Content

​ on 30th September and 1st October, 2017

Actor Kunal Kapoor, says “It’s a complete honour and privilege to be a part of the India Film Project. We are in a time where there is so much good content being generated and its great that Mr. Ritam Bhatnagar ​, the festival director,​ is providing an opportunity to film makers to showcase their work.

I shall kickstart the 2 day festival with a talk around how to pitch a film

This will primarily focus around the markets the film wishes to cater to, the target audience that the storyline attracts, the reliability factor with the audience and the connect its establishes, how crowdfunding is the democratization of capital and most importantly why the concept will be liked by the audience.
​I will also conduct a workshop around Crowdfunding for Digital Content where i will talk around how a Reward based crowd funding model works. Now with web content being so wide, an individual need not wait for funds from investors and businesses to kickstart his idea. Music videos, documentaries, innovative ideas, etc require planning and a crowdfunding platform will guide the person. Eventually the idea is that an individual should be able to raise funds on his own without relying on anyone.”
Ritam Bhatnagar, festival director, India Film Project said, “The INDIA FILM PROJECT festival is getting bigger and better with participants and attendees from all over the world becoming a part of it. With increased availability of mobile phones and internet, the way and amount of content people are creating and consuming has increased drastically. INDIA FILM PROJECT aims to encourage people to tell stories through their camera”.