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15 Years Old Film School | Also Offers Online Coaching
Company Profile :
1.Center for Research in Art of Film and Television (CRAFT) is a 15 years old non-profit organization established in March 2006, in Delhi
2. It imparts autonomous short term and long term courses related to the film medium like direction, cinematography, acting, creative writing, TV jounalism, PR advt. and event mangement.
3.We have 7 Years Old magazine called: "Cinematography Art" aquterly Journal
4.This year we have alwaso launched new magazine" Bollywood and Beyond"
AMITABHA SINGH- SHORT PROFILE
Amitabha Singh is well know cinematographer graduated from FTII PUNE IN 1994. Since then he has shot more than 600 ad films for directors like Shoojit Sarkar,Abhinay Deo and many More.Amitabh has shifted to feature film direction with the film...shortcut safari.here is the complte filmography Filmography Cinematographer | Producer | Director | Writer Cinematographer (13 credits) 2018 #PuranaPyaar (Video short) 2018 Love Handles (TV Series) 2014 Dabang 2 Pan Masala TVC Ft. Jimmy Shergill (Short) 2013 The Good Road 2011 Chillar Party (director of photography) 2011 Yeh Faasley 2009 Aagey Se Right 2008 Thodi Life Thoda Magic 2008 De Taali (director of photography) 2007 MP3: Mera Pehla Pehla Pyaar 2006 Khosla Ka Ghosla! 2005 The Film 2004 Sau Jhooth Ek Sach 2016 Shortcut Safari (producer) 2004 Sau Jhooth Ek Sach (producer) 2016 Shortcut Safari ( producer and director)
Naresh Sharma- SHORT PROFILE
After graduating from FTII, Pune in 1993, Mr. Sharma worked as cinematographer for 12 years in bombay. His well-known work includes Music video “Nishani” of pop artist Jassi and two feature film ”Ladli”, funded by Children’s Film Society Of India, and “Sonam” about the Monapa language shot in Aruranachal pradesh. He has travel extensively in Europe while shooting ”Vivere” and underwater shoot on 40 islands in Bahamas and Caribbean . Mr. Sharma has curated a retrospective of FTII diploma package to Potsdam film school in Germany ,Tampere international short Film Festival in Finland and Indian film festival "Bollywood and beyond" in Stuttgart Germany in 2004 , 2005 , 2006 . He specialized in scripting short PSA films including well known series “each one teach one” for NLM and founded annual event PSA-CSR. Mr.sharma has directed 4-documnetry films 3-for PSBT, All Time Blues about brass band music culture in India, Rotigraphers of India:- about local photographic community and show must not go on about:- Cruelty against animals & one for MEA featuring kathak dancer Shovana Narayan and 5-intrenational dancers. currently he is Managing director of CRFAT film school and editor AND PUBLISHER of quarterly magazine "cinematography art" and in pre production of Hindi film "Aapka Bunty" based on novel Ms Mannu Bhandari .
Oriya sound recordist Subash Sahoo
has claimed his second National award for his work in Vishal Bharadwaj’s Kaminey. Sahoo, a sound engineer and recordist from Film and Television Institute (FTII) Pune had won his first National award for Bharadwaj’s Omkara in 2008. “I’m delighted to win the award for the second time. I owe my success to my director Vishal,” says Sahoo, who is presently at his village Baluriya in Kendrapara. “It feels great that people in my state are noticing my work due to these awards,” he says. Starting his career as an Electronics and Communication engineer, Sahoo quit his job in Bhubaneswar and left for FTII in 1991
Aseem is a trained editor from FTII
and has edited more than 50 feature films, a number of TV serials, corporate films and ads. His most prominent work in films includes that in Shyam Benegal’s Mammo, Sardari Begum, Zubeida, Welcome to Sajjanpur, Well Done Abba; A. K. Bir’s The Last Vision; Punkuj Parashar’s Beneras; Kalpana Lajmi’s Darmiyaan and Mehreen Jabbar’s Ramchand Pakistani. He has directed two documentary films - 25 years of Subhash Ghai in Hindi Cinema for Mukta Arts and Paani for UNDP.
Associate Professor, Acting.NSD
Dinesh Khanna is an Indian theatre director and acting teacher at the National School of Drama. He is known for his productions based on The Boring Story written by Anton Chekhov, Dedh Inch Oopar, Zindagi Yahan, Subah ki Sair, aur Wahan by Nirmal Verma, and Rasapriya by Phanishwarnath Renu.
A graduate from Lucknow University with a diploma in Acting from Bhartendu Natya Academy and a post-graduate diploma in acting from the National School of Drama in 1986, Dinesh Khanna has been involved in acting, direction and teaching for the last twenty years. Deeply interested in literature and translation, he has written several articles on theatre. His published works include Kucch Aansu Aur Kuchh Phool and Abhinay Chintan.
70 MARKS DOMAIN SPECIFIC QUESTIONS-ANSWERS
Seventy marks are devoted to ‘domain specific questions’ which are descriptive in nature to evaluate the area of interest and students’ investigative adroitness.
The pattern of last year questions will help you understand the nature of questions.
Since it is descriptive in nature it is important that your thoughts should to be focused and fine tuned. You cannot beat around the bush.
Since there is specific syllabus is provided by the FTII-SRFTI in their prospectus for any course, based on what kind of questions were asked in previous years, list of questions will be prepared and sample answers would be provided.
As of now, only the
1.) Cinematography Section is Ready for FREE TRAIL, before buying the course.
2.) MCQ-Section is Ready for FREE TRAIL, before buying the course.
Rest will be Ready by 1st Feb 2021.
FTII -JET evaluates a student at two fronts; first, the level of information and second, the analytical power.
Another fifty percent of the marks are allotted to objective type questions, out of which
a) 08 % questions are related to GK and current affair
B) 22 % are MCQs related to cinema and art (painting, dance, music, theatre, photography etc).
To train the FTII aspirants of any course, Mr. Naresh Sharma (Director CRAFT) has written a book which covers the section ‘A’ as mentioned above. This book precisely caters to MCQ genre related to cinema and art section. Although not exhaustive but scholastically propitious for framing patterns, this book is aimed at MCQ section. Not only students are expected to be well versed with Indian and International cinema but also of works by FTII alumni. Along with few question a list of important FTII alumni is provided.