Principal Secretary Tourism and Culture Sheo Shekhar Shukla informed that the tourism department has started a new initiative to make tourism film-friendly in the State. In this, a one-day teaching and interactive session "The Expert Shots" workshop is being organized at Minto Hall on Wednesday at 11 am to prepare talented and skilled people related to cinema.
The program will be inaugurated by the Minister of Tourism, Culture and Spirituality Usha Thakur. In the program, famous directors, actors and film experts of cinema will make the film-related students, aware of the nuances of film making as well as solve their curiosities.
Shukla informed that the one-day session will be addressed by renowned filmmaker-director Anurag Basu, Raj Shandilya, casting director Mukesh Chhabra, Director (MPSD) Alok Chatterjee and Shivankit Singh Parihar.
To participate in the program, interested students and artists associated with film and theater can apply online on the tourism department's website tourism.mp.gov.in. A limited number of registered students will be admitted to the program.
Shukla said that the objective of the workshop is to provide an opportunity to the students related to film making to learn the nuances of the skills of the established artists of the world of cinema and to solve their curiosities and questions related to cinema.
Expert speakers invited to the workshop Will share his experience with the students on topics related to cinema like, how an actor develops, knowledge of other genres other than acting, daily riyaz-angik/vochik, challenges faced during shooting, nuances of script writing, tips and tricks for profile preparation and experience of film industry.
Shukla informed that this program organized by the tourism department is the first session of this series. In future also many such sessions will be organized on different topics which will prove helpful to the future artists and youth of the state in moving ahead in the field of cinema.