FTII Launches Online Course on Role of Critics in Cinema, Apply by 13 July

Meghdeepa Mondal Meghdeepa Mondal
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Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) Pune has come up with yet another impact-creating insightful short course, Alocana: Cinema & Role of Critic.

This online course by FTII will be delivered in an online mode for 20 days. Registration process has begun, and the last date to apply is July 13, 2020.

FTII Short Online Course: Key Highlights 

Name of Course

Alocana: Cinema & Role of Critic

Official Websitehttps://www.ftii.ac.in/

Course Duration

20 days

Mode of Instruction

Online (Google Classroom)

Language of Instruction

English

Application Closing Date

13 July 2020

Application LinkClick Here

Application Fee

Registration Fee: 500/-

 

Course Fee: 19,900/-

Course Date 

3-28 August 2020

Course Timings

11:00 AM- 1 PM

3:00 PM- 5:00 PM

Seats Available 

40

Eligibility 

Passed Class 12 from a recognised board

Alocana- Cinema & Role of Critic: Course Details

Alocana is the concept of approaching an element and evaluating, considering all possible aspects that encircle it. 

As a fact, this course will help to develop profound skills in reviewing every related aspect of an element. It is focused on building film critics so as to engage oneself in overall evaluation before making a judgement. 

The course is targeted to ace a film critic with the expertise to throw light on patterns and motives glorified or how editing and cinematography stand out among others in a movie. 

FTII Short Course: Application Process

Interested candidates have to apply online on the official website for FTII Admissions. After filling up the application form students have to pay Rs. 500/- as registration fee. 

Students will be selected based on their application, information provided and essays written in the form. 

Note: Students need to have access to laptops, smartphones or related assistive devices, web camera and stable internet connection. 

On completing the course with a minimum of 90% attendance, students will be awarded an e-certificate. 

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