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

World Environment Day Celebrated at Noida

“World Environment Day (WED) is the United Nations’ principal vehicle for encouraging worldwide awareness and action for the environment.” Said Sandeep Marwah President of World Peace Development & Research Foundation and Ambassador of International Human Rights Organization affiliated to United Nations in a grand function at Noida.

“Over the years it has grown to be a broad, global platform for public outreach that is widely celebrated by stakeholders in over 100 countries. It also serves as the ‘people’s day’ for doing something positive for the environment, galvanizing individual actions into a collective power that generates an exponential positive impact on the planet” added Marwah.

Later Sandeep Marwah installed plants to mark respect to Mother Earth along with the members of the resident associations of different sectors of Noida.

“Planet Earth is our shared island, let us join forces to protect it.”

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon at the launch of the 2014 International Year of Small Islands and Developing States.

Sandeep Marwah Honored by Press Club of India

An organization of more than 3000 journalist based in Delhi under the oldest association called Press Club of India honored Sandeep Marwah President of Asian Society of Film And Television for his untiring contribution to media and social activities.

The Press Club of India is already a half century old and is going great. It was formed way back in 1958 largely at the initiative of a few editors in the capital of the country. It is a tribute to their vision and their faith in fellow journalists that the old lady of Raisina Road is still there and, what’s more, doing well. But the unique feature of the club is that it represents the entire country not cities as the press clubs all over the globe do.

The senior journalists and members of the management committee including Komal Sharma, Vijay Shanker, Nadeem Kazmi and Sanjay Singh handed over PCI award to Sandeep Marwah.

“I am pleased to be now part of the family of journalism. The award has encouraged me to do more for the betterment of my nation” said Sandeep Marwah enthusiastically.

Pratima Pandey on the Board of Asian School of Fashion

“Fashion welcomes us a to new realm full of new ideas, new concepts, new ideologies, new possibilities. We suddenly find ourselves in the inner world of a fellow human being. All humanity sharing a common thread, we identify ourselves with the artist” said Pratima Pandey renowned dress designer while talking to the students of dress designing and textile desiging at Asian School of Fashion at Noida.

Pandey was invited for the special class to share her experience in fashion at Noida Film City. “We are the first film school to have our own fashion school. The students are lucky enough to design clothes for television and film productions of Marwah Studios during the training period” said Sandeep Marwah President of Asian School of Fashion.

Sandeep Marwah later honored Pratima Pandey with Life Membership of International Film And Television Club of Asian Academy of Film And Television.

AAFT Celebrated United Nation’s Public Service Day

The UN Public Service Day intends to celebrate the value and virtue of public service to the community; highlight the contribution of public service in the development process; recognize the work of public servants, and encourage young people to pursue careers in the public sector said Sandeep Marwah in a house full auditorium at Noida Film City at AAFT.
Sandeep Marwah is not only founder of film city Noida but also the Ambassador of International Human Rights Organization affiliated to United Nations. He is also the Chairperson of World Peace Development And Research Foundation.

Sandeep Marwah reminded the value of public service in the community, which in return can bring a lot of peace, prosperity and sense of satisfaction to people.

“The annual observance of Public Service Day highlights the invaluable contributions of public servants and administrators in our efforts to build a better world for all.” Message sent by Ban Ki Moon Secretary General of United Nations.

Boney Kapoor Spoke on Film Education at 6th Global Film Festival

Some of the finest films are directed by students of AAFT which shows that Asian Academy of Film And Television has given the best film education to its students, there is no doubt that AAFT is the first ten best film schools of the World” said Boney Kapoor renowned film Producer and former President Film Federation of India.

“Times have changed and film makers aspect new comers to join industry with full knowledge and training. A good education in media does matter” added Boney Kapoor replying to the questions from the large media audience at 6th Global Film Festival Noida 2013.

Releasing the poster of Alumni Boney congratulated Marwah Studios for bringing the festival to international level. Sandeep Marwah President of GFFN thanked him for his gracious presence. The discussion was shared by Jeno Hodi, Karl Bardosh, Satish Anand, Ashok Tyagi.

AAFT Training Program for Ignite Miss Northern India Contestants

“AAFT School of Fashion has all those facilities which probably many school of fashion cannot even think of, that is the reason we opted to train and groom all the final contestant of Ignite Miss Northern India” said Dr.Shobha Kulsherstra Director of Asian School of Fashion.

“I have full trust in AAFT and its education and training” added Vimal Srivastava President of the event. “We are happy to provide 100 Sheela Marwah scholarships to the first 100 applicants to join AAFT programs in films, television and media” said Sandeep Marwah.

A high profile faculty groomed all the young and smart girls to feel better in their presentations. All the contestants were given opportunity to talk in world radio www.

Large Participation by Schools in 6th Global Film Festival Noida

“52 Events, 540 Films and presence of number of film and TV celebrities at Marwah Studios in three days have attracted large audience from all parts of country and abroad” said Sandeep Marwah President of GFFN.

More than 12500 footfalls have already proved the popularity of the festival in this part of the World. Students from many schools, colleges, Universities and other professional institutes lined up at Marwah Studios Complex to be part of this international event at Noida Film City.

Prominent figures like Jeno Hodi from Hollywood, Judith Lazar from Hungary, Karl Bardosh from New York, Ketan Mehta, Parteik Babbar, Lovleen Tandan, Tibor Kovacs, Gopaldas Neeraj, Virendra Rana, Pankaj Parashar, Boney Kapoor, Rakesh Bedi, Kumar Sahani, Saaed Mirza and many others became part of the film festival.

There is lot to do in Media & Entertainment Sector-Prakash Javadekar

“There is lot to do in media and entertainment sector in India, this sector actually builds up the real image of India. We are more than conscious in this government and looking for concrete suggestions from Chambers like Assocham” said Prakash Javadekar Minister for Information And Broadcasting, Government of India on the inauguration of Screens 2014 an annual event on media and entertainment at New Delhi.

“It is our honest efforts to promote media and entertainment industry and bridge the gap between government and industry through our chamber” added Rajkumar Dhoot of Assocham.

Large number of professionals from all the mediums of media including print, radio, television, cinema and new media were present during the sessions to discuss their needs and problems of the industry informed Sandeep Marwah of M&E Committee.

Assocham Announces Screen-8th Annual Event

“ASSOCHAM, India’s Apex Chamber for Commerce and Industry also known as the “Knowledge Chamber” has been at the forefront of advocating policy interventions for the growth of Industry and the overall economy. We have an active National Council on Media & Entertainment which has been organizing several programmes related to Media and Broadcasting sector in the country” said Ajay Sharma Director of Assocham.
“ASSOCHAM’s initiative in this sector started with the Annual Summit on Media & Entertainment, SCREENS in 2007 and all these programmes have been supported by the Ministry of Information & Broadcasting, Government of India.” added Sandeep Marwah senior member of Media & Entertainment Committee.

Like last year SCREENS – 2014 is being held this year on 23rd June, 2014 at Hotel Le – Meridien, New Delhi. Leading consultant & Member of ASSOCHAM, Deloitte India is the “Knowledge Partner” for this Annual Summit. Trade associations on Media & Entertainment sector including IBF, NBA, FFI, AROI, COFI, CASBAA, IMI, INS, MPAA, AAFT & Marwah Studios have already extended their support for SCREENS – 2014 .

“We are delighted to inform you that Shri Bimal Julka, IAS, Secretary, Ministry of I & B has already indicated his availability. The Hon’ble Minister for Information and Broadcasting, Government of India is expected to inaugurate SCREENS – 2014 at 10.00 am” informed Ajay Sharma.

SCREENS – 2014 through its Three Sessions will highlight issues related to Broadcasting Digitization in India – Challenges & Impact; Film Industry – Reaching Newer Markets and on Entertainment – Cloud Based Solutions for M & E Sector.

World Ocean Day Celebrated at AAFT

“We celebrate and observed World Oceans Day to remind everyone of the major part the Ocean has in everyday life. They are the lungs of our planet, providing most of the oxygen we breathe” said Sandeep Marwah Ambassador of International Human Rights Organization affiliated to United Nations in a joint program at Marwah Studios, film city Noida.

Talking to the media persons Marwah added that WOD is to inform the public on the impact of the human actions on the Ocean to develop a worldwide movement of citizen, towards the Ocean to mobilize and unite the world’s population on a project for the sustainable management of the World Ocean.

They are a major source of food and medicines and a critical part of the biosphere and to celebrate together the beauty, the wealth and the promise of the Ocean.

“We have to ensure that oceans continue to meet our needs without compromising those of future generations. They regulate the planet’s climate and are a significant source of nutrition. Their surface provides essential passage for global trade, while their depths hold current and future solutions to humanity’s energy needs” Marwah also read message by Ban Ki Moon the Secretary General of United Nation.