Gear up for India’s Largest  Undergraduate Film Festival, we’re back!

Gear up for India’s Largest Undergraduate Film Festival, we’re back!

Gear up for India’s Largest Undergraduate Film Festival, we’re back!

Frames Film Festival is an initiative by the students of the BAMMC department of SIES (Nerul) College of Arts, Science & Commerce for talented filmmakers all over the world. Started in 2003, today it is India’s largest undergraduate Film Festival.  

Frames Film Festival 2022 is Co-Powered by MTV.

Frames gives upcoming, young and budding filmmakers a chance to showcase their talent. The fest receives films not only from India but from all around the world. In the past the fest has received entries from New York Film Academy, London Film Academy and FTII and many more. Celebrities and famous personalities are invited to judge the entries and reward the best ones. Vicky Kaushal, Anurag Kashyap, Mahesh Bhatt and Poonam Dhillon are some of the big names who have graced the festival with their presence. 

On the first day, the Inauguration will be conducted and International Short Films and National Short Films will be screened, on the second day, Animation Films and Documentaries will be shown and on the third day,Music Videos, Contingent Films and the Award Ceremony will take place. 

This year’s theme for Frames is Karwaan – An expedition through Cinema. This year, Frames is going to take the audience on a journey through the different eras of Indian cinema and some glimpses of international cinema.  Karwaan is all about the history of cinema and how it has progressed to what it is today. This cinematic journey includes the golden era, era of parallel cinema, commercial cinema and a lot more. Karwaan is not only about the eras of cinema but it is also the advancement in cinematic equipment, technology, techniques and acting styles through all these years.  

The 19th edition of Frames Film Festival is going to be held online this year on the 27th, 28th and 29th of January and can be viewed on  Frames’ official YouTube channel. Although the festival is being held online this year, all the members of Frames remain as dedicated as ever to offering the best platform for filmmakers to exhibit their unique artistry and vision.