International Film & Television Club | 12th Global Film Festival 2019

Mahatma Gandhi Forum Supported By International Organizations

Recently formed forum after the name of ‘Father Of The Nation’ Mahatma Gandhi under the Chairmanship of Sandeep Marwah, president of Marwah Studios and a true Gandhian is now being supported by many National and International level organizations.
“We are very happy that Mahatma Gandhi Forum being supported by not only 8000 media persons but also by number of national and International setups” said Sandeep Marwah Chairperson of the Gandhi Forum. “We have already announced scholarship for all those who are ready to take up the research papers, write ups etc on Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi” added Marwah who has been spreading teachings of Gandhi from last 30 years.
It is also proposed to have books library and a video library on Gandhi in the campus of Marwah Studios at Noida Film City. The next venture will be placing of Gandhian Chair with Asian Education Group.
The International Film And Television Research Centre (IFTRC), International Children’s Film Forum (ICFF), International Film And Television Club (IFTC), International Public Broadcasting Forum (IPBF), Indo Nigerian Film Association (INFA), Indo Peru Film And Cultural Forum (IPFCF), Universal Peace Federation (UPF), Brotherhood, World Religion Parliament (WRP), Global Yog Alliance (GYA), Indo Wales Creative Forum (IWCF) are some of the associates of Mahatma Gandhi forum now.

We need Mahatma Gandhi Back-Sandeep Marwah

“We need Mahatma Gandhi back into our society for better thinking and politeness in the community” said Sandeep Marwah President of Marwah Studios and a true Gandhian who has given his 35 years in spreading Gandhism through films, television, Education and media.
“It is right time to start once again the Gandhi Forum with media people so that our voice can be heard in a bigger and better ways” added Sandeep Marwah who is nominated Chairperson of Gandhi Forum by 8000 media persons in the country.
“What we need is love and affection for each other in the country. A lots of patience, and patriotic feeling for our mother land” Marwah added while announcing the International Centre of Gandhi Forum today at Noida Film City.
Nearly 1000 persons from different fields of Media supported Sandeep Marwah in the cause. A scholarship on the study and Research of Mahatma Gandhi has been declared by this Gandhi-Marwah association. The Gandhi Forum is also assisted by International Film And Television Club, International Film And Television Research Centre, International Children’s Film Forum, International Public Broadcasting Forum, Radio Noida, Asian Education Group, and many more

Colorful Farewell to Seniors At Asian School of Media Studies

It was an electrifying performance by the students of ASMS in a jam packed hall. Saying good bye to senior students of Asian School Of Media Studies by juniors via music, dance, song, drama and presentation of mementos made the whole environment loving and emotional.

Speaking on the occasion the Director Sandeep Marwah reminded all the media students their duties and responsibilities towards society. He said, “The roads may be beautiful but you need willingness and ability to walk on them, you may be producing the best of product in print, radio, television, cinema or new media never forget that it is for the audience thus you cannot forget masses.”

“We have put in our best as far as education, co circular activities, practical, interactions, productions, visits of dignities, workshops, seminars etc are concerned now it is your turn to prove to be the best student of ASMS” said Prof. R.K.Singh dean Asian School Of Media Studies reminding of their approaching exams.

The program was attended by all the faculty members including Dr. Latika sahani dean ABS, Dr. Om Gupta dean writing dept. The students also selected miss and mr. ASMS for this year 2009-2010.

It’s like coming back home-Seema Biswas At AAFT

L to R :- Sandeep Marwah & Seema Biswas
The leading lady and the supporting actress of many films, Seema Biswas who started her first feature film Bandit Queen Phoolan Devi from Marwah Studios in 1993 with Shekhar Kapur as director, turned emotional while talking to the students of Asian Academy of Film And Television, school of performing arts and school of media studies in the master class when she said that “It’s like coming home after many years. I have remembered each and every wall of Marwah Studios where I had spent three months”

“I am proud that Seema Biswas has considered Marwah Studios as her first school of film acting. ‘Bandit Queen Phoolan Devi’ became one of the most popular Indian International Film.” said Sandeep Marwah President of Marwah Studios and Director of Asian Education Group while appreciating the works of this lady and her achievements.

Answering to the questions Seema Biswas narrated many consequences of her life with real experiences to the students of acting who all were amazed with her talent. Her role in Khamoshi, Hazar Churasia ki maa, Bhoot, Ghaav, Company, Pinjar, Water were discussed in detail.

“Seema Biswas is a very sensitive actress and gets deeply into the character” said Satish Anand dean Acting highlighting her love for theatre. Others who spoke on the occasion were dean AAFT, Latika Sahani dean ABS and R.K.Singh dean ASMS. To honor Seema Biswas Sandeep Marwah presented her the life membership of International Film And Television Club of AAFT.

Anime Cine Experience Inaugurated At Siri Fort

The festival of Animation films from Japan ‘Anime Cine Experience’ was inaugurated at Siri Fort with great pomp and show. The festival which has been designed by the voluntary organization Cine Darbar supported by Directorate of Film festivals of India, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India, Embassy of Japan in India, Japan Foundation and AAFT’s Asian School of Graphics And Animation as knowledge partners.
“We are here at Siri Fort to promote film business to great extend, this animation film festival is one in the series as animation films are becoming part of our daily routine” said S.M.Khan, Director General and Director of Directorate of Film festivals, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India while inaugurating the festival.
“We are very happy to support this festival as all films shown in this festival are from my country. I am excited that Japanese product has impressed Indian” said Kojira Uchiyama, Director, Japan Information Centre, “Our role is to support all that which is connected to Japan.” said Nao Endo, Director General, The Japan Foundation in New Delhi.
“The Animation and Gamming business is coming up in a big way in India. There are 300 companies working in this industry with almost 12000 people. Another 3000 people working on free lancing bases. The turnover has touched almost 1600 crores including 600 crores as export of services. The industry is growing at the rate of 15 percent but the best part is that we are just 2 percent of the World Business” informed Sandeep Marwah President of Marwah Studios and Director of Asian School of Graphics and Animation.
Anime Cine Experience has brought great anime works of Japan with films like ‘The Girl who leapt through time’, ‘Grave of the fireflies’, ‘5cm per second’, ‘Voices of Distant Star’ and ‘The Place Promised in Our Early Days’

Anime Cine Experience Inaugurated At Siri Fort

The festival of Animation films from Japan ‘Anime Cine Experience’ was inaugurated at Siri Fort with great pomp and show. The festival which has been designed by the voluntary organization Cine Darbar supported by Directorate of Film festivals of India, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India, Embassy of Japan in India, Japan Foundation and AAFT’s Asian School of Graphics And Animation as knowledge partners.
“We are here at Siri Fort to promote film business to great extend, this animation film festival is one in the series as animation films are becoming part of our daily routine” said S.M.Khan, Director General and Director of Directorate of Film festivals, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India while inaugurating the festival.
“We are very happy to support this festival as all films shown in this festival are from my country. I am excited that Japanese product has impressed Indian” said Kojira Uchiyama, Director, Japan Information Centre, “Our role is to support all that which is connected to Japan.” said Nao Endo, Director General, The Japan Foundation in New Delhi.
“The Animation and Gamming business is coming up in a big way in India. There are 300 companies working in this industry with almost 12000 people. Another 3000 people working on free lancing bases. The turnover has touched almost 1600 crores including 600 crores as export of services. The industry is growing at the rate of 15 percent but the best part is that we are just 2 percent of the World Business” informed Sandeep Marwah President of Marwah Studios and Director of Asian School of Graphics and Animation.
Anime Cine Experience has brought great anime works of Japan with films like ‘The Girl who leapt through time’, ‘Grave of the fireflies’, ‘5cm per second’, ‘Voices of Distant Star’ and ‘The Place Promised in Our Early Days’

67th Festival of Short Digital Films at Noida Film City

“This is the only festival in India and may be in the World which happens every three months and highlights the experimental work of young film makers” said Sandeep Marwah President of Marwah Studios and Director of Asian Academy of Film And Television while introducing the AAFT’s 67th Festival of Short Digital Films to the excited young aspirants of 68th batch of students from all over the World.

“Filmmaking is the outcome of art blended with feelings from the heart, therefore a lot of emotions have to be inducted in the Cinema” said Santosh Anand, the National Poet and lyrics writer of feature films like Purab Aur Pachim, Prem Agan, Shor, Kranti, Gopichand Jasoos, Tahlka, Roti Kapara Aur Makan etc while inaugurating the festival at Marwah Studios.

“Film Making is a performing art and you can only learn by doing. This is the only institute which gives you ample opportunity to make films at its expense” said Upendra Sood a renowned film maker present on the occasion.

“Film Festivals are the best way to promote films and film makers” said Joyshree Arora the renowned film and TV artist. “A good script can always enhance the value of films” said Parvez Ahmed a well known journalist and President of Press Club of India.

The films which were shown in the festival were ‘The Denouement’ directed by ‘Abhishek Saluja’, ‘Close Friend’ by Lakshasy, ‘To Sir With Love’ by AAFT dean, ‘Dead Lock’ by Ankur Srivastava, ‘Hope’[Documentary] by Neha Jain, ‘S.S.Swami Iyer’ by Shashan Gupta ‘Dhoka’ by Suchita and ‘Kabuliwallah’ by Jyotika Sinha. The event was supported by International Film And Television Club and Radio Noida.

We Need Media Persons Who Can Feel-Dadan Yadav

L to R : R. K Singh ( Dean ASMS ), Sandeep Marwah (President AAFT ), Bhai Dadan Yadav, former minister of Bihar, Divya Prakash ( HOD Multimedia ), Ravi Makhija

“We need those kind of media persons who can feel for their country, who can realize the pain of the country men” said Bhai Dadan Yadav, former minister of Bihar and five times Member of Legislative Assembly for almost 20 years in Bihar while releasing the new brochure of AAFT-Asian School of Graphics and Animation at Marwah Studios, Noida film City.
Talking of the struggle and pain of an average Indian, he persuaded the young media persons from Marwah Studios to come forward with the real problems of the society into lime light .He also emphasized that they should not hesitate in making powerful people realize their duties.
“I am impressed by the strong determination of Bhai Dadan Yadav who was just the wrestler, shifted to teaching for six years and then to politics and reached to the heights of State Minister in Bihar that is also of his own” said Sandeep Marwah while explaining the human values which have been integrated into all courses of AAFT.
“We at Indonesia can discuss this institute AAFT as a case study of ‘rising of an individual’ as what Dadan Yadav has also proved” said Rajiv Makhija, Dean, London School of Public Relations, Jkakarta who was visiting AAFT for joint venture.
Prof.R.K. Singh Dean Asian School Of Media Studies, Brahm Parkash Head Radio Noida, Divya Prakash HOD Asian School of Graphics and Animation and Anjani Srivastava also spoke on the occasion. Later Sandeep Marwah presented life membership of International Film And Television club of AAFT to Dadan Yadav and Ravi Makhija.

ASGA Join Hands With ANIME CINE EXPERIENCE

Cine Darbaar, in collaboration with the Embassy of Japan, Directorate of Film Festivals, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India, Japan Foundation and Asian School Of Graphics And Animation [ASGA] as knowledge partners is organizing a 3-day Animation film festival at Siri Fort auditorium on the 20th, 21st & 22nd August, 2010.
It’s the first time that a festival will be celebrating Japanese-Anime, Manga (Comics) and Pop-culture in India. Anime Cine Experience will be bringing the great anime works of Japan with films like The Girl who leapt through time, Grave of the fireflies, 5cm per second, Voices of Distant Star and The Place Promised in Our Early Days.
“To give the audience a wider understanding of Anime, the festival will have workshops and special discussions will be conducted by Shubham Mauria and Kshitiz Anand’’ informed Sandeep Marwah, President of Marwah Studios and Director of Asian School Of Graphics And Animation.
Apart from these workshops, festival is also organizing a short-film competition. A Short Anime corner will screen the 10 best short films and the top three films will be awarded. The festival will also have a photography exhibition on Japan.
A film journal Indian Auteur will be publishing a special issue on Anime for the festival with the help of Japan Foundation and knowledge partners Asian School of Graphics and Animation.The Festival is supported by International Film And Television Club, International Children’s Film Forum and Radio Noida.

International Film And Television Research Centre Celebrates 18th year.

International film and Television Research Centre was established in the year 1993 with the launching of premier film school AAFT at Noida Film city with the aim to provide complete support to the film and television education and training to the young aspirants of this country.

“With almost 18 years in education we have been able to attract students from 75 countries of the World, making our education centre the only one in India touching this number” said Sandeep Marwah president Marwah Studios and Chairperson of IFTRC.

The Research Centre has developed an excellent world class books library, a large collection of 2000 old and new classic feature films. IFTRC has its own publication department where a news letter, Asian News Journal, a daily news paper, a bi-monthly tabloid and coffee table books are published. More than 18 books are published on the different subjects on film and television training.

IFTRC has a wing where panel discussions, seminars, interaction programs are conducted time to time to prepare knowledge papers. “More than dozen researches have been conducted to reach to a stage where we can provide the information about how to make a better cinema.” added Sandeep Marwah who is known to the World media.

IFTRC has Scholars, Film Makers, Educators, Politicians and people from all strata of life as its members. IFTRC is supported by other organizations like ICFF, IPBF, and IFTC.