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Film Production and Film Appreciation Workshop

Rs three-lakh more for TV & Film Studio Patiala, March 5- The TV and Film Studio of Punjabi University got enriched by another Rs three-lakh worth equipment, this time for the outdoor shooting purposes. The equipment to be purchased includes a high-end professional Canon XL-2 camera with 20x zoom, automated reflectors, a dolly, baby lights and a cordless transmitter. This equipment adds to the already installed indoor studio equipment worth more than Rs 20 lakhs, that includes three PD 170 cameras, NLE workstation, teleprompter, cool lights, baby lights, chroma cutter, audio mixer, and highly-sensitive microphones.

While confirming the amount for the purchase of the outdoor shooting equipment, earlier released by him, the Vice-Chancellor, Dr Jaspal Singh said that “I want Punjabi University to be known by the first-of-its kind Media Centre and the Film City that we are going to create at a cost of Rs four crore on four acres of land. The Centre is supposed to be completed in the next 15 months, as tenders have already been floated in this regard”, he said. The Vice-Chancellor disclosed this while inaugurating a workshop on “Film Production and Film Appreciation”, being organized by the Department of Journalism and Mass Communication in its preview-cum-seminar room for the students of Correspondence Course in Journalism in addition to the Department’s own students of MA and PG Diploma course in AV Production.

The workshop, being conducted by an established film maker, Mr G.S. Chani, is aimed at exposing our students to the personal gains and experiences of renowned film makers, said Dr Gurmeet Maan, HoD of Journalism and Mass Communication. This is the second such workshop in a row as earlier one-week workshop on Film Production was conducted by another noted film maker, Mr Utpal Chowdhry two months back, he said.

Mr Chani, who is a visiting faculty at Universities of Michigan, Toronto, Cambridge, Boston and FTII, Pune rated the Department’s TV and Film studio as ‘one of the very bests in Public Sector universities in the country’. Having made more than 50 documentary and short films on different genres, Mr Chani gave valuable tips to the students besides sharing his own experiences in the game of film making. He was accompanied by a famous story writer, Ms Kanha Singh on whose story, Khushboo”, Mr Chani has made a telefilm for Doordarshan.

 
 

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