Curtain raiser function
The leading lady of the feature film Assma and successful actress of a large number of Hindi movies Hrishita Bhatt advised the aspiring actors to prepare themselves for giving a wide range of performance. Begin somewhere and keep learning and improving all the time she added. The young, beautiful and talented actress with great screen presence together with the Hero of the film Shubh were interacting with the students of Asian Academy of Film & Television, Asian School of Media Studies and Asian Business School at Noida Film City.Answering questions Shubh said that filmmakers indeed have a great opportunity to communicate with the masses and to convey message laced with entertainment. He was the view that each film could deal with at least one cause for the elimination of evils prevalent in the society and to make it a happy, healthy and balanced one. Asserting that by and large films are inspired by the life around us, Shubh said his first film Assma is a real life drama. The producer of the feature film Shakti Mukherjee said that talented and passionate film professionals could create their own space in the show world even without a god father. Addressing the large gathering on this occasion Atul Vyas of Indo-American Chamber of Commerce said that the initiative taken by Sandeep Marwah to promote cellphone cinema really ahead of time. Cellphone and the related technological developments have enabled every citizen of the world to make and watch movies anywhere and at anytime he added. Vidhant Kannoi of Bathbuzz.com, Harsh Narayan of Dragon.com and Shantanu of Gurujee.com also shared their views with the audience on the potential of cellphone cinema. Subhand Hrishita Bhatt were made the life members of the prestigious International Film & Television Club on this memorable occasion.
Seminar : 2nd International Cell Phone Cinema
President of Indian Motion Picture Producers Association and a well known educationist T P Agarwal said that lack of in-depth knowledge of film production on the part of multinational and their over enthusiasm to venture into it had generally been unhelpful to the industry. He further said that improper understanding of various aspects of film making has resulted in the production of largely unsuccessful films in the recent past. Unrealistic cost of production of the films financed by the multi nations has indeed set bad precedents in the industry,he added. President, IMPPA was participating in a seminar organized by President of Asian Academy of Film & TV, Asian School of Media Studies and Asian Business School Prof Sandeep Marwah on the occasion of 2nd International Festival of Cell phone Cinema at Noida, Film city. Voicing his concern over unusually large number of feature films awaiting their release, T P Agarwal advised the film producers to choose good subjects for screen presentation. He was of the view that attempt to exploit baser human instinct does not pay at thebox office and therefore depicting vulgarity in the films unnecessary. Answering a question put to him by the students T P Agarwal said that film making is not all that simple or fun and that it needs hard work on the part of a team of trained and experienced creative people. Well known film and television writer/directors A S Bedi and Prasan Sinha also shared their experience of and views on the film making and television production, with the students. President of Indian Motion Picture Producers Association accepted life membership of the prestigious International Film & Television Club on this memorable occasion.
3 Cheers to 2nd International Festival of Cell Phone Cinema
Colourful flags ,posters ,hoarding, large gathering of young enterprising and energetic crowd in the campus of Asian Academy Of Film And Television at Marwah Studios Complex made the whole Noida Film City vibrant with the 2nd International Festival of Cellphone Cinema especially on this 7th and closing day of the festival. The international guest Kurt Inderbitzin ,renowned film producer from Hollywood,said,” I am proud to be associated with innovative people, you never know who may give one unique idea while making Mobile Cinema to the best producer of this industry.” Another International jury member Prof Karl Bardosh of Tisch School Of Arts, New York University, who was talking to the audience through internet expressed and explained the need for Mobile Cinema. “Have confidence and conviction people will understand you in no time” ,said Industry Pundit renowned film Writer and Director Rahul Rawail known for his films like Betab, Love Story, Arjun, Arjun Pandit ,Khuch Khati Kuch Mithi etc joined on the jury bench with another Industry Giant Pankaj Parashar, largely known for his films like Jalwa,ChalBazz, Aasman Se Gira ,Himalaya Putra, ect to assess more than 400 entries received from all over the World for 2nd International Festival of Cellphone Cinema.” I am not emphasizing on the techniques but I can say that these films are made by heart ,I can see emotions in all the films.”said Pankaj Parashar. .Rajjat Barjataya of Rajshri.com added the young spirit to the Jury. He replied to all the technical questions asked by the national press. “All entries will get participation certificates,15 top still shots and 11 short films are the recipient of consolation certification. US Dollar 2000 will be awarded to the winners.”said Sandeep Marwah International President of Asian Academy Of Film And Television during the function.”I am expecting 140 million people will be able to watch cinema on Mobile in next three years in India.”Marwah added. The function ended with special thanks to the partners The Film and TV Producers Guild of India, Batchbuzz.com, Dragon.com, Rajshri.com, Times Broad Band and, 1takemedia.com, Shivkala Motion Pictures, International Film And Television Club by Akshay Marwah director of the festival.
Winner Of Cell Phone Cinema
Top Still Picture
Still Picture Nominees
Happy – Happy Independence day
Clouds on fire – A Bare tree in front of a sunset
Sunset – Amazing sunset at my town, the timely capture of the fisherman rafting through the dusky sun rays, shot by my Nokia N93
Death Carrier can die too – this was a sight to watch, this van must have carried a lot of dead bodies and now see its dead itself.
Concrete mundane existence, travel monotonous, the journey pre-defined, cast in concrete
Expression – This was taken in a local school in a small village at the feet of Mt.Everest. Regardless of what is happening around them they show happiness in their own innocent way.
Catch a flight
Health on finger – An apple handheld
Beautiful day Shot at necklace road, Hyderabad…in the morning….with my cell phone NOKIA
Rainy Showers – It was raining on June 5, 2007 at 4.00 p.m. when I was in Ranikhet. Suddenly, I saw towards north. I was dumb bound to see the beautiful scene of rain showers falling from the clouds. I immediately captured this scene in my
Desolation – the isolation of human existence
Frosted – From the car early at 5 in hill station
Roots – Indian Flag describes prosperity, peace, culture so does this photograph in which you can see a flag. The train for motion as keep walking towards its aim, white clothes for peace and last but not the least cow dung cakes on the wall which tells us earthiness.
Change Grows on Tress – Motorbikes pollution carbon offsetting
Ek Kavita – Animated poetryek kavitahands
Just an ordinary dog – Fiction
Cell Phone Memories – cell phone cinema new media
Spiritual controversies – compeled to commit suicide
Solitude Dreams – Ranjan Shetty Georges Belinga Wendy Ann Mansilla
Lost and Found
Our trip to Bheemeshwari – zindagi farhan akhtar music video hit the road boyz boys Bheemeshwari Karnataka India Darshan short film experimental bike bikes fun musical mountain mountains rockon rock on