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Chitkara International School organised CineMaestro for students

Chitkara International School organised CineMaestro for students

Gurpreet Kaur/ royalpatiala.in/Chandigarh

The day saw hustle-bustle of students from the tricity as Chitkara International School (CIS) organised CineMaestro- ‘Shaping Future Filmmakers’, a filmmaking festival and awards in its premises.

Chitkara International School organised CineMaestro for students.The Gurukul Panchkula Team stood 1st

CIS in collaboration with Cinevidya Mumbai – a path breaking Social Enterprise initiated by Amitabha Singh, a Cinematographer and Producer in the Indian film industry, structured every bit of the film festival stretching from the three-day workshop for students on filmmaking to the award ceremony.

Bhavan Vidyalaya Panchkula stood 2nd

The entire objective behind organising the workshop and pageantry was to use filmmaking as a learning tool and unleash students’ filmmaking skills respectively. The Cinevidya team diligently taught 250 students from 14 schools of tricity about the rudiments of filmmaking, Film Craft, Animation, Film Choreography, Film Acting etc. following which the students had to submit a short film.

3 rd position Sri Aurobindo School

Using these skills and techniques, the students also had the hands-on experience in making films during course of the workshop by a team of 7-8 experts including Supavitra Babul the eminent Screenwriter and Director, Bijit Kundu, renowned Art Director and Feroz Khan, noted choreographer.

St Johns Chandigarh was awarded for Exceptional Film making award

Jimmy Shergill, Bollywood actor and Producer graced the event with his presence as the Chief Guest. The day of the Award Ceremony saw projection of outstanding short films submitted by the students of various schools. After the screening, all the short films were judged by Jimmy Shergill along with Amitabha Singh and team with all their might and prudence. “The experience given to the students by Cinevidya and CineMaestro in cooperation will certainly amplify their filmmaking understanding and skills”, says Shergill while talking about the film festival.

Saupins School sector 32 Best Innovative Idea

Dr Niyati Chitkara, Principal of Chitkara International School enunciates, “The influence of cinematography is definitely something which defines the budding narrative of Futurism and Cinevidya Mumbai helped CIS to see filmmaking as a learning tool through CineMaestro.”

Chitkara International School organised CineMaestro for students

Amitabha Singh stated, “The students did a marvellous job and they meticulously worked on the areas described during the workshops. All in all, it was a spectacle to see beautiful short films by young prodigies.”

The results-

 St. Johns High School bagged the title of “Exceptional”, for it being outstanding in every term.

“The Race”, by The Gurukul School Panchkula stood 1 st .

Bhavan Vidyalaya Panchkula’s movie named “Things we can’t change” held position 2 nd .

The 3 rd position was seized by Sri Aurobindo School for the movie “The Altruistic Art”.

Saupins School sector 32, took the title “Best Innovative Idea” for the movie “26 th May’’.

Amidst this the title of “Best camera” was bestowed on Learning Paths School for the movie “It’s Ok”.

The Gurukul School, Zirakpur seized the title, “Best Actor” for the short film “Planted in love”.


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