The Film and Television Institute of India (FTII), Pune, conducted a five-day online training on smartphone filmmaking for Nagaland’s filmmakers and content creators.
The programme, which saw participation of several filmmakers and content creators, concluded on January 29.
During the course of training, visual content specialist and cinematographer Ajmal Jami, as resource person from FTII, taught the basics of film making, including scene composition, shots sizes and meanings, camera angles, camera movements, lightings, colours, sound effects, etc.
Altogether 17 participants, content creators from Nagaland took part in the training on the art of smartphone filmmaking and ways to improve their content. The training was conducted as part of the country-wide celebrations under Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav.
The online video conference training was conducted at the e-governance academy classroom at the Directorate of Information Technology and Communication (IT and C), Kohima.
Director IPR, Z Tokishe Sema, congratulated all the participants who successfully completed the course. He also thanked the FTII for taking the initiative in conducting the training and conveyed gratitude to the Department of IT and C for providing all logistics for successful conduct of the training.