School students learn film craft

Published: 07th March 2013 10:25 AM  |   Last Updated: 07th March 2013 10:25 AM   |  A+A-

Twelve young enthusiastic filmmakers from Oakridge School, from grade 9 to 12 were given the creative task of scripting and making an ad/ public service announcement (PSA) and final short film under the Magic Lantern Film Club program. The classes at the club were held between July 21 and December 20, at Oakridge, Gachibowli for four hours every alternate Saturday. The programmes included a theoretical section based on analyzing films as well as practical workshops which ran under the partnership between AISFM and Oakridge School.

Most students said they wanted to be part of the club because of its unconventional approach to film and for the opportunity to interact with prominent figures from the film industry and to visit labs of repute like Prasad Lab.

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