In JIFF’13 viewers will witness such discussions and seminars held by renowned cinema people
Jaipur, Jan 19th 2013: From the very first year of their start, the organisers of Jaipur International Film Festival were interested in providing a good cinema alongwith some healthy discussions over cinema. In JIFF’13 viewers will witness such discussions and seminars held by renowned cinema people. On the occasion of “100 years celebration of Indian cinema” famous columnist Jai Prakash Chowksey, character artist Prem Chopra, singer Ila arun and film-makers Prasoon Sinha & Arun Dutt will participate in seminar , on 31st Jan’13 at Chandramahal in Golcha cinema. On the same day writer Shivanand Kamde,who has written 27 books including 7 of them in cinema, will talk on “Alam Ara(first indian sound film) & Indian Cinema at Chamber Bhawan-RCCI. On Feb 1’13 film director Gotam Ghosh, actress Diya Mirza and writer-director Pratim Das Gupta will have a chat under the session “Face to face” at Golcha. The cine lovers can also get the benefits of discussions over “The relevance of acting in cinema” by Illa Arun and Prem Chopa at Chamber Bhawan on the same day.
Bejoya Jena will share their knowledge and experience in “Dialogue writing workshop” on Feb 2nd at Chamber Bhawan. On the same day, viewers can also have the thoughts of Anand Patwardhan in”Master class” at Golcha.
Actress Raveena Tandon will take part in the session “Changing face of Cinema” at Chamber Bhawan.Trade analyst Komal Nahta, famous journalist B.B Nagpal and director Prasoon Sinha will have a discussion on “co-production” at Chamber Bhawan on the same day.
Apart from this schedule, after film show, there will be a “Filmmaaker’s Session” in which there will be discussions on the films and related subjects.
According to JIFF director Hanu Roj, in JIFF’13 besides Film presentations, they are also giving emphasis on related activities such as Seminars, Discusssions and Workshops so that cine lovers, students & viewers can be benefited by the useful information and experiences of filmmakers and writers. He says that JIFF has a motive of giving a healthy entertainment along with with fulfilment of its social responsibilities.