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Programs School of Film and Media

B.Sc Film Making

Duration :3 years

Eligibility : 12th Pass Any Stream

Overview:
 

Filmmaking is the field that requires a flair to understand storytelling in motion, and transitioning ideas onto the reel. A filmmaker, or film director, is someone who is in charge of making, leading, and developing movie productions. It is a career that allows an individual to use their leadership as well as creative thinking skills to lead and direct major motion pictures or made-for-television films.

Program Highlights:
 
  • Understand the process of gathering and analyzing content
  • Develop anchoring and interview skills for Live Production
  • Develop writing skills for different media platforms
  • Hands-on experience with Camera and Audio gear to produce Audio-Visual Content
  • Produce content for digital media
  • Understand trends in Indian and global media
  • Learn the techniques of Live studio production
  • Produce Documentaries
  • Learn software like Adobe Photoshop, Indesign, and Premier Pro to produce media content
  • Learn the skills of Data Analysis and presenting
  • PR and Corporate communication to help you work with big corporate companies
  • Learn the skills of Investigative Journalism
What will you explore as part of the program?
 
  • From Idea to Screen – How to develop concepts, step by step, into workable stories and compelling Screenplays.
  • Camera & Lighting Techniques – The aesthetics and technology of the camera, lights, and other equipment to create cinematic visuals.
  • Production Workflow – A solid module in breaking down the production process from Pre to Post.
  • Mise-en-scène – How the ‘look’ is envisioned, and creative insight harvested from a Director’s vision to execution.
  • Film Research – Making strong content that appeals to different target groups using research techniques.
  • Production Management – How the Production Workflow transforms into an Action Plan is immaculate planning and smart decisions.
  • The Power of Post Production – How Picture and Sound techniques play an intricate role in telling, transforming, and interpreting a story.
  • Documentary Filmmaking – Truth is Stranger than Fiction, and how to tell it authentically and effectively.
  • Studio Production – Creating a television show in a live studio environment!
  • Short Film Projects – Group & Individual – Where it all comes together!
  • Commercial Production- Creative Storytelling from a Brands perspective.
What will you explore as part of the program?
 
  • Work closely in audio-visual and visual projects
  • Use research skills for media content production
  • Effectively work in the Advertising and marketing industry
  • Intricately involved society and culture in projects
  • Implement the fundamentals of media and communication studies in assignments, projects, and other work
  • To demonstrate fluency in visual storytelling and be able to master technical skills in one or more of the following areas of emphasis: Writing, Directing, Cinematography, Editing
  • To inculcate effective communication skills by consistently interacting with creative professionals and the society at large by being able to comprehend audience requirements and tell compelling stories
  • Capability to use cinema apparatus and software to create film, TV, and OTT content and to build the capacity to solve real-life problems by designing and developing novel products and solutions for emerging new media opportunities.
  • Understand and assess societal, environmental, health, safety, legal, and cultural issues within local and global contexts, and the consequential responsibilities relevant to creative requirements.
  • Function effectively as a team player and facilitate a cooperative and conducive environment to work in diverse teams and multidisciplinary environments
  • To be able to analyze, evaluate and formulate cohesive arguments or thoughts after careful reflection and appreciate the aesthetics of film form
  • Recognize the need to engage in independent learning for continual development as a creative professional.
How will you be taught?
 
  • Since the nature of the program is primarily practical, students will be given hands-on training to understand the entire filmmaking process.
  • They will spend about 75% of their time on campus learning the practical tools of filmmaking in the Chroma studio or shooting on campus.
  • The methods deployed will be a combination of lectures along with practical demonstrations, and workshops. presentations and discussions
  • Students will also regularly attend film screenings regularly to deepen their understanding of the cinema medium.
Ideal Skills & Qualities for this Program:
 
  • Technical Skills
  • Writing and Creative Thinking
  • Should be adept at understanding the functions of camera and lighting
  • Post Production Skills
  • Very good communication skills
How you will spend your time:
 
  • The lectures will be conducted on campus with live demonstrations of the camera, lighting, and the entire process of Practical filmmaking.
  • After about 6-8 classes assignments are rolled out for the students to be completed via our Online ERP
  • At the end of each semester, students have to execute a short film in a group which may also require interdepartmental collaboration
  • Every Semester will contain 2 Mid Term Examinations and 3 assignments which will be collectively taken as the internal mark which will decide the eligibility of the student to appear for the Semester End Examination.
  • During the semester there will be workshops conducted at least once a month by industry experts on varied topics like- Writing, Cinematography, Direction, Editing, Producing, and Sound design
Activities for this program:
 
  • Students often go to International Film Festivals or Film Summit/Seminar as and when the event happens
  • Students participate in intra and inter-collegiate film festivals. Also, film festivals happening outside the college circuit
  • As a part of the Film Club Activity, students meet weekly to watch and discuss a film
Career & Opportunities:
 
  • Production Assistant
  • Co-Writer, Assistant Editor
  • Assistant Camera operator
  • 1st and 2nd Assistant Director
  • Independent Filmmaker.
  • Editor
For payment of fees (DD, Cheque, Online bank transfer):
 
Account No

50200069288459

Account Name

Ajeenkya D Y Patil Uni Seamedu Escrow account

IFSC code

HDFC0002453

Branch

Dhankawadi

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MEET THE FACULTY

Purva Gadre
Asst. Professor (Photography)
Alok Katkar
Asst. Professor (Photography)
Manasi Raut- Asst. Professor (Photography)
Asst. Professor (Photography)
Atharva Kulkarni
Asst. Professor (Sound Engineering)
Mandar Pachpande
Asst. Professor (Sound Engineering)
Sushant Kulkarni
Asst. Professor (Sound Engineering)
Hitansu Patnaik
Asst. Professor (Sound Engineering)
Mandar Patil
Asst. Professor (Sound Engineering)
Sreekumar Unnithan
Asst. Professor (Sound Engineering)
Puneet Samtani
Asst. Professor (Sound Engineering)
Sneha Sonawane
Asst. Professor (Film Making)
Shahrukh Sayyed
Asst. Professor (Film Making)
Anuja Palkar
Asst. Professor (Film Making)
Sameer Talwalkar
Asst. Professor (Film Making)
Arindam Das
Asst. Professor (Animation & VFX)
Sophiya Jamadar
Asst. Professor (Game Development)
Shoeb Khan
Asst. Professor (Game Development)
HOA (Game Development)
Shashwati Shweta
Sr. Faculty - Mass Communication
Sukhada Khandge
Sr. Faculty - Journalism
Mangesh V. Thombare
Asst. Professor (Game Art & Design)
Tanmay Datta
Asst. Professor (Game Art & Design, Animation & VFX)
Lokesh Sharma
Asst. Professor (Game Art & Design, Animation & VFX)
Assistant Professor
Assistant Professor
Assistant Professor
Asst. Professor
Head School of Film & Media
Assistant Professor
Assistant Professor - Animation/ Gaming
Assistant Professor
Assistant Professor - Animation
Deputy Head & Associate Professor