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

3rd Global Festival Of Films 2010 Fixed For November

“We are once again proud to announce the dates of 3rd Global Festival of Films with special emphasis on Children’s Film this time.” said Sandeep Marwah President of the Festival in the general board meeting held today at Marwah Studios at Noida Film City, which has been finalized also as the venue of the festival.

The details of the three days festival program were chartered out with the committee including Gurbir Grewal, R.K. Singh, Om Gupta as committee heads.
The festival will include screening of Children’s Film, a short film corner, workshops, seminars, an exhibition of film posters, a market place, get together etc

The festival will also see interaction with foreign film makers, Indian Film personalities and film, television and media students .The 3rd Global Festival of Films will be supported by Asian Academy of Film And Television, Asian School of Media Studies, Asian School of Performing Arts, Asian Business School and Asian School of Graphics and Animation.

“I am very confident of my team, we will produce better results this time. Global festival of Films has already become a brand with the second edition. Third edition will make it more popular” Sandeep Marwah added.

Never Forget Your Base –Salman Khurshid At AAFT

“Teachers are the best guide, believe them they are your path makers. A good education not only educate and train you but also built up the character and personality of the student” said Salman Khurshid union minister of state for Corporate Affairs and Minority Affairs, Government of India while giving the valedictory address to the passing out media students of the 68th batch of Asian Academy of Film And Television at Noida Film City.

Asian Academy of Film And Television conducted 600 hours of training program and invited 70 film and television professional and personalities, had 34 interactions, workshops, seminars, symposiums, festivals, film events, shows, releases, etc. during 68th batch. More than 100 training films have been made in association with Marwah Productions in this batch informed Prof. Gurbir Grewal Additional Director, AAFT.

“We have left no stone unturned to bring media education to an international level. With the completion of 68th batch we have touched 75 countries of the World and now we are number one institute in the country as far as foreign enrolment is concerned” said Sandeep Marwah President of Marwah Studios and Director of AAFT.

Salman Khurshid handed over the prestigious Diploma of AAFT to 76 students hailing from all over India and countries like Ghana, Nigeria, Greece, Netherland, Bhutan etc this time. Others who spoke on the occasion were Prof. R.K.Singh Dean Asian School of Media Studies, Prof. Satish Annd Dean Asian School of Performing Arts, Dr.Akhilesh Sharma and Dean AAFT paid formal vote of thanks. Sandeep Marwah honored Salman Khurshid with the life membership of International Film And Television Club.

Asian School Of Performing Arts has Given Another Star

“It has been proved once again that education and training in acting does matter when Ahran Chaudhary signed feature film after the successful winning of Mr. Gladrags 2010” said Sandeep Marwah President of Marwah Studios and Director of Asian School of Performing Arts of AAFT while talking to the press and students of Asian Academy of Film And Television at Noida Film City.

“I am complete with AAFT training. Now I can face the World” said Ahran Chaudhary the handsome good looking hero of the forthcoming film ‘The Black Rose’ to be produced by ‘One Move Up Entertainment’ from South Africa directed by Sujeit Kulkerni who has already been director of more than 100 advertisement films and popular music videos like ‘Atma’, ‘Safar’ etc

“I was looking for a face who can fit into the lead character of my film and when I saw Ahran, it served the purpose, the best part is that he is trained too” said Sujeit who has managed to sign with Warner Brothers for the marketing of the film world wide.

The film is going to be on the floor this year with Naseerudin Shah, Gayatri Datar as lead lady, Vishal Kaushik and many more. Ahran thanked his alma matter for everything, Later Sandeep Marwah presented the life membership of International Film And Television Club of AAFT to Ahran Chaudhary, Gayatri Datar and Sujeit kulkerni.

Sandeep Marwah Represented Media In Queen’s Baton Relay At Jaipur

Jaipur.22nd September “It is my proud privileged to be part of the relay team and to run with the Queen’s Baton in the historical city of Jaipur. I am feeling so patriotic and wish that everything should go well at Commonwealth Games as per plans” said Sandeep Marwah President of Marwah Studios and Director of Asian Academy Of Film And Television to the National Press at Jaipur where earlier Baton was received by Rajasthan Olympic Association Chief Janardhan Gehlot from Agra.

Sandeep Marwah, the renowned media personality and an International record holder of producing largest number of shorts films in the World, was representing films, Television and media Industry in Queen’s Baton Relay. He has been a media Guru and has trained more than 8000 persons from 75 countries.

Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot. in a ceremonial gesture along with state tourism minister Bina Kak handed over the Baton to Olympic silver medalist Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore at Amar Jawan Jyoti. A light drizzle and overcast conditions could not dampen the mood of thousands of people including students lined up both sides of the path holding national flags and showering floral tributes.
The convoy was accompanied by CWG mascot Shera, chief secretary Salauddin Ahmed, Jaipur MP Mahesh Joshi, secretary of sports and youth affairs, Rohit Kumar Arjun Award winners like Gopal Saini, Kuldeep Singh Garcha, Shriram Singh, Rajkumar, Surendra Kataria, Hanuman Singh, Dyanchand, Salim Durani ,R.K Singh were prominent among the sportspersons who joined the rally. The six-km course was dotted with hoardings and banners on the Games.

QBR culminated at Hawa Mahal after passing through MI Road, Sanganeri Gate and Chotte Chaupad. A cultural program at Jawahar Kala Kendra marked the event.
The Baton will proceed to Jodhpur on Thursday and after passing through Jaisalmer and Bikaner, it will move into Haryana on 26th September. The Baton will complete its 20,000 km journey before reaching New Delhi on September 30.

Queen’s Baton Relay and Marwah Studios Team at Agra

AGRA, 21 September 2010: The Queen’s Baton 2010 Delhi along with multimedia team of Marwah Studios has reached the historic city of Agra, capital of Mughal dynasty. The baton entered Uttar Pradesh on Monday amidst much fanfare and exuberance. The baton convoy travelled around the city producing a wonderful spectacle for the people lined up along its route.

The baton was received by distinguished sportspersons like International Power lifter Hardeep Singh and Arjuna awardees for Hockey and Olympian Jagveer Singh among others. Thereafter the baton headed towards 509 Army Base Workshop and was honored by officers of different ranks.

The relay was flagged off with great joy and over hundred Baton bearers took part. Incessant rains could not fetter the pace of the relay.

Evening saw a cultural program being organized at Sur Sadan, where a special postal stamp was released to honour the XIX Commonwealth Games 2010 Delhi. The program included traditional dance performance and a fashion parade showcasing designs themed “Go Green’.

“The multimedia team of Marwah studios has covered 88 days of tour and coverage with Queen’s baton relay without even a blink” said Sandeep Marwah, President of Marwah studios.

Education Takes You To A Better Platform-Sandeep Marwah

“It is very important for creative persons to go through a proper education and training in acting or any other discipline so that they can grow better and start from a higher platform in life” said Sandeep Marwah President of Marwah Studios and Director of Asian School of performing Arts of AAFT while congratulating Ahran Chaudhary a pass out of the school.
“Time has come when I would like to prove to my Institution that I can do it and the hard and honest efforts what my teachers have put- in are on the right direction” said Ahran Chaudhary who has won the title of MR GLADRAGS 2010 in Mumbai this month.
The institution Asian School Of Performing Arts of AAFT is celebrating the success of its student Ahran Chaudhary and going to facilitate him at the campus soon. Sandeep Marwah will be handing over the life membership of International Film And Television club IFTC to him on the day of event.

Multimedia Team Of Marwah Studios With QBR CWG At Gwalior

GWALIOR, 20 September 2010: The Queen’s Baton 2010 on its journey across the Country, reached the historical cities of Jhansi and Gwalior with multimedia team of Marwah Studios amidst throngs of people present for its welcome.

The Queen’s Baton Relay 2010 Delhi was flagged at Jhansi. The relay went on crisscrossing the town, culminating at the Jhansi Fort. The fort was built in the year 1613 by Raja Bir Singh Deo of Orchha. It gained prominence in the 19th century as major landmark during the First War of Independence in 1857. The enormous fort is built on a hilltop called ‘Bangra’ and was the residence of Rani Lakshmibai of Jhansi, the legendary freedom fighter and worrier.

Despite rains, the morale of the people present at the event reached its pinnacle. The baton continued its journey to Gwalior passing through the town of Datia. Ruled by Bundela Rajputs before independence, Datia was amongst the prosperous princely states of India. On reaching Gwalior, the baton was received by sportsmen like Mr.Ankit Sharma, Athletics; Mr. Jaidev Sharma, Karate; Mr. Shivendra Singh Choudhary, Hockey and Mr. Anurag Thakur, Tennis amongst other dignitaries.The coverage by the multimedia team is in full swing.

“Gwalior is one of the most popular destinations in Madhya Pradesh and was ruled by the iconic Scindia dynasty. Gwalior fort, which first Mughal emperor Babur described as jewel among all the forts in India, alone attracts thousands of tourists every year” informed Sandeep Marwah President of Marwah Studios. The reception of the baton was followed by traditional folk dance presented by a young group of boys “Barida Lok Nirtiya”.

Earlier on Saturday, the baton reached Shivpuri where it was received by renowned Table Tennis player Mr. Sunil Jain. Ganesh Vandana and Bharatnatayam were performed to mark a splendid welcome to the baton.

AAFT is proud of Ahran Chaudhary

New Delhi 19th Sept:“We all are proud at Asian Academy of Film And Television for Ahran Chaudhary our student of Acting for bringing laurels to AAFT by winning the best model title of renowned competition of Gladrags” said Sandeep Marwah, President of Marwah Studios and Director of AAFT.

“My days at Marwah Studios not only taught me the ways and means to grow in acting but also motivated to work hard and pursue my carrier’ said Ahran Chaudhary who shifted to Mumbai after his training at Noida Film City.

“It is not only necessary but essential to go for education and training in Film and Television so that you can gain confidence and learn all that in shortest period of time” added Ahran while talking to the media persons.

Asian School of Performing Arts an acting school of AAFT is running short term as well as one year course in Acting. The education and training in acting is supported by large number of short films for the students produced by Marwah Films and Video Production.

Multimedia Team of Marwah Studios With QBR CWG At Bhopal

BHOPAL, 18 September 2010: The Queen’s Baton Relay 2010 Delhi along with Multimedia Team of Marwah Studios reached Bhopal, the capital in Madhya Pradesh to witness the entire city gripped by the spirit of sports and patriotism. Madhya Pradesh Sports and Youth Welfare Minister, Tukojirao Pawar, Urban Development Minister, Babular Gaur were among others that received the baton amid showering of flower petals.
The Queen’s Baton 2010 Delhi, en route to Bhopal, made its way through the streets of Dewas. Reaching Bhopal, the baton was received by International Weightlifters R.C Gupta, Nitin Sharma and Sumit Kumar amongst other dignitaries.
The relay was welcomed at the iconic Bhopal Chauraha by girls from the local schools with folk dance performances. This was followed by the baton being taken to the Upper Lake of Bhopal. The Upper Lake is the largest artificial lake in Asia and it is fed with water by Kolans River. Here, the baton was taken across the lake on a boat.
A large number of people, including hockey players – Ashok Kumar, Inaamur Rehman, Sameer Daad and Jalauddin – turned up for the event.The baton later proceeded to Tatya Tope Stadium in a specially decorated vehicle where a grand reception was planned in its honour. Before reaching the stadium, the baton was honoured at nearly 15 places.
Madhya Pradesh Industries Minister, Kailash Vijaywargiya on Friday inaugurated the Commonwealth Games Express Train Exhibition at the Habibganj Railway Station in Bhopal. The train showcasing the glorious history of the Commonwealth Games,
“Fifteen days more to go, the baton will be reaching Delhi for the final show. It has already spread the feeling of patriotism in the country” said Sandeep Marwah President of Marwah Studios who is controlling the multimedia coverage from headquarters at Noida Film City.

Marwah Studios Team reached Indore Along With Queen’s Baton Relay

INDORE, 17 September 2010: Queen’s Baton Relay 2010 Delhi was given a warm reception on its arrival to Indore with Multimedia Team of Marwah Studios. The baton was received by international wrestler Mr. Pappu Yadav among others at the city’s Lantern Square.

Large number of people lined up on the relay route to catch a glimpse of the Queen’s Baton 2010 Delhi while it passed through important landmarks of the city.

Earlier on Wednesday the baton was given a traditional welcome on its arrival in Madhya Pradesh with artists performing tribal dance at the border village called Kund. Arjun Awardee Mr.G.L. Yadav (Sailing) and Ms. Madhu Yadav (Hockey) were present at the occasion to receive the baton along with other dignitaries.

Later, the baton reached Ratlam, travelling across Sarvan, Sailana and Dhamnod, where the relay commenced from Nehru Stadium, circumambulating the area around the stadium. It was followed by an evening of cultural extravaganza.

‘The Queen’s Baton Relay of Commonwealth Games 2010 has brought once again the whole country together. It has proved to be a wonderful element of National Integration” said Sandeep Marwah, President of Marwah Studios Enterprises.