Learn to Pen Cinema

A workshop by national award winning director Satyanshu Singh will teach you how

Published: 24th August 2015 02:36 AM  |   Last Updated: 24th August 2015 02:36 AM   |  A+A-

BRIGADE ROAD:Satyanshu Singh hails from a family with a rich artistic background. He is from a small town called Munger, in the state of Bihar, India. As a child he had a very versatile taste in music, literature, performing arts and movies. After high school, Satyanshu went to the Armed Forces Medical College, Pune for a graduation degree.

   He ultimately decided not to pursue medicine and moved to Mumbai to begin his career as a filmmaker.

  In June 2008, he joined his brother Devanshu who was working as an assistant director. Since then, Satyanshu has been working in Mumbai where he writes, directs and teaches cinema  in colleges and conducts screenwriting lectures at Anupam Kher’s An Actor Prepares.

 cinema.jpg  His works include writing poems and stories for  Vikramaditya Motwane’s Udaan (2010) and lyrics for the song Life yeh Mausambi-si in Ferrari Ki Sawaari (2011). Satyanshu and Devanshu also made a Kashmiri short film named Tamaash (The Puppet) which won the national award and plaudits at the River to River Florence Film Festival (2013), Italy and IAFOR Open Film Competition, Osaka, Japan etc.

He is coming to Bengaluru this month to conduct a workshop, The Art of Cinematic Storytelling.

This one-day session, he says, has been designed to help writers, aspiring filmmakers, media students, ad filmmakers, and movie-buffs.

The workshop will include lessons about nuances of visual storytelling (Film / TV / Ad-films) and developing stories with potential.

There will be Q&A sessions on career in film-writing and an opportunity to develop a story under Satyanshu’s guidance over the next two months. Screening of Tamaash will also take place.

When: Sunday, August 30

Where: Hotel Iris, Brigade Road (Next to Eva Mall), Bengaluru

Participation fee: Rs 2,500 (includes lunch and snacks)

Duration: 11 am to 6 pm

Contact: Prashant Tibrewal for more details or call +91 98862 40202

Presented by: Tulsea Pictures


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