Jalandhar, May 23, 2019: A short-film directed by Dr. Aman Singh, a faculty member of Lovely Professional University (LPU) is selected in the United Kingdom’s prestigious ‘Lift-Off Sessions Film Festival’ 2019. It is a message oriented movie named “Color,” which talks about the importance of education in every child’s life.
The Chancellor of Mr. Ashok Mittal congratulated Dr. Singh and his team members for the success and recognition received. He inspired them to keep up the good word and help in awakening the society through versatile talent and hard work.
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Sharing his thoughts on the film, Dr. Singh informed: “There is a huge number of underprivileged children in our society, who are, no doubt, living happily but are unaware about happenings around them. Only education can make them aware, and we all awakened people in this society have to support such children. When we make sure each and every child goes to a school, the awakened and peaceful-progressive world of our dreams will truly become a reality. In this reference, my film ‘Color’ shows that happiness and awareness are the two most important aspects of a child’s life, and every child must be possessive of these both to see life fully colourful.”
Dr. Aman also said that in spite of his being related to computer engineering domain, he was able to pursue his passion of didactic and social awakening with the help of LPU and its students from Film Production Department. One of the students Mohit Bansal edited the film; Vivek Verma presented Music; Camera team was constituted of Jugraj, Pawan, Dev, Rishab, Anit Raj; Poster designer is Tanishq Biswas; cast and crew team has Late Bikash Kant and Lucky.
The Lift-off Sessions of the UK film industry is a monthly online showcase, dedicated to screening the monthly collection of globally submitted short and feature films. The reason this festival is so different from others is that it aims to send each selection to the audience as much as possible. The “Color” is also to be soon projected on British screens, which is indeed a great opportunity.