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FILM AND TELEVISION INSTITUTE OF INDIA LOCATION -----PUNE BEFORE 1960 KNOWN AS PRABHAT STUDIO SOME OF THE MASTERPIECES OF HINDI AND MARATHI CINEMA PRODUCED IN THIS STUDIO ACQUISITION BY GOVT. OF INDIA IN 1960 ORIGINAL TITLE - FILM INSTITUTE OF INDIA FIVE FILM COURSES INTRODUCED

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film and television institute of india
FILM AND TELEVISION INSTITUTE OF INDIA
  • LOCATION -----PUNE
  • BEFORE 1960 KNOWN AS PRABHAT STUDIO
  • SOME OF THE MASTERPIECES OF HINDI AND MARATHI CINEMA PRODUCED IN THIS STUDIO
original title film institute of india
ORIGINAL TITLE - FILM INSTITUTE OF INDIA
  • FIVE FILM COURSES INTRODUCED
  • FILM DIRECTION
  • MOTION PICTURE PHOTOGRAPHY
  • SOUND RECORDING
  • FILM EDITING
  • FILM ACTING
1960 to 1974
1960 TO 1974
  • AS FILM INSTITUTE PRODUCED FINE ACTORS, DIRECTORS AND TECHNICAL PERSONNEL
  • THEY BROUGHT ABOUT A TECHNICAL AND ARTISTIC CHANGE IN HINDI AND REGIONAL CINEMA
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1974
  • TELEVISION TRAINING INTRODUCED
  • FUNCTIONAL AUTONOMY GRANTED BY GOVERNMENT
1974 till today
1974 TILL TODAY
  • NOW KNOWN AS FILM AND TELEVISION INSTITUTE OF INDIA
organisation
ORGANISATION
  • FILM AND TV SOCIETY
  • GOVERNING COUNCIL
  • ACADEMIC COUNCIL
  • STANDING FINANCE COMMITTEE
  • EXECUTIVE HEAD-DIRECTOR
source of funds
SOURCE OF FUNDS
  • FULLY FUNDED BY GOVT.OF INDIA
  • EVERY FIVE YEARS EQUIPMENT GRANT
  • RUNNING EXPENSES FOR THE COURSES
  • FUNDS MADE AVAILABLE FOR NEW VENTURES
current programs
CURRENT PROGRAMS
  • 12 COURSES IN ALL
  • DIRECTING
  • CINEMATOGRAPHY
  • EDITING
  • SOUND RECORDING
  • SCREENPLAY WRITING
  • ACTING
  • ANIMATION
  • ART DIRECTION
some of the alumnii
SOME OF THE ALUMNII
  • JAYA BACHCHAN
  • SHABANA AZMI
  • SHATRUGHAN SINHA
  • SANJAY BHANSALI
  • GIRISH KASSERVALI
  • ADOOR GOPALKRISHNA
  • SUBHASH GHAI
alumnii contd
ALUMNII CONTD.
  • NASEERUDIN SHAH
  • OM PURI
  • RENU SALUJA
  • TOM ALTER
  • RAJAN KOTHARI
  • A.K.BIR AND MANY MORE
achievements
ACHIEVEMENTS
  • REGULAR WINNER OF NATIONAL AWARDS
  • INTERNATIONAL TROPHIES AND ACCLAIMS ARE ALSO COMING OUR WAY
collaborations
COLLABORATIONS
  • PRODUCING PROGRAMS FOR UNDP
  • PRODUCING PROGRAMS FOR PUBLIC BROADCASTER
  • COLLABORATING WITH ONE WORLD BROADCASTING
  • WITH NATIONAL SCHOOL OF DESIGN
  • MOU WITH NFTS LONDON
recent international awards
RECENT INTERNATIONAL AWARDS
  • BEST STUDENT FEATURE FILM AWARD OF EURO 1000 AT INTERNATIONAL FRESH FILM FESTIVAL KARLOVY VARY TO UMESH KULKARNI
  • BEST COMMERCIAL AWARD OF EURO 10000 BY KONIG BEER COMPANY TO DEBASHISH MEDHEKAR
  • EMMANUEL PALO WON EURO 8000 FOR HIS FILM SUKRAVARSH AKASH IN BERLIN
  • ALL THESE AWARDS WON BY STUDENTS DURING THEIR STUDENTSHIP
future plans
FUTURE PLANS
  • FTII SEEKS COLLABORATIONS IN HIGH TECH AREAS
  • SEEKS COLLABORATION WITH ART SCHOOLS WHO VALUE TRADITION
  • SEEKS COLLABORATION IN NON-FICTION AREAS
our philosophy
OUR PHILOSOPHY
  • FREEDOM TO STUDENTS FOR SELF EVALUATION AND EXPLORATION
film scene in india
Film scene in India
  • Film productions and viewing as a pastime are paramount in India
  • Largest number of productions annually
  • 1041 films in 2005
  • 12000 single screen and 250 multiplexes
  • Domestic box office market Rs. 53 billion
television in india
Television in India
  • More than 300 channels and still growing
  • TV industry revenue Rs. 148 billion
  • TV advertising revenue Rs. 54 billion
  • 160 million homes connected
projected growth in films
Projected growth in films
  • A few factors are in favor of a boom round the corner
  • These are corporatisation of industry houses, digital distribution and international coproductions
projected growth of television
Projected growth of Television
  • Television will grow at rapid rate
  • Expected to touch revenue of Rs. 427 billion in 2010
animation scene
Animation scene
  • Animation scene is dismal in India
  • Used only in advertisement films
  • A few feature length animation films produced with external experts
thank you for your time
THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME
  • PRESENTED BY SATISH KUMAR DEAN(FILMS)