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सत्यजित रे फिल्म और टेलीविजन संस्थान
Satyajit Ray Film & Television Institute
An Academic Institute under Ministry of Information & Broadcasting Govt.of India

Archive for November, 2017

List of Candidates for Film Appreciation Course

Posted on: November 28th, 2017 by Somaditya No Comments

The following applicants are requested to submit the course fee Rs. 15000/- (Fifteen Thousand Only) by 5th December, 2017 for admission to the Film Appreciation Course.

(1) Abhishek Banerjee
(2) Tamajit Bardhan
(3) Nilanjan Banerjee
(4) Anirban Gupta
(5) Kaushik Biswas
(6) Anand Bardhan
(7) Ankana Chakraborty
(8) Sampan Pathak
(9) Ranadeep Ghosh
(10) Sabyasachi Panda
(11) Barsha Dasgupta
(12) Jyoti Prakash
(13) Kritika Sur
(14) Abishek Gupta
(15) Milan poudel

List of Selected Candidates for Practise of Editing

Posted on: November 22nd, 2017 by Somaditya No Comments

01. Sujan Kumar Sikdar

02. Rajiv Sachdeva

03. Nitu Jha

04. Kabir Arora

05. Somesh Saha

06. Subham Bhattacharya

07. Sananda Paul

08. Soumitra Bhattacharya

09. Souvik Maity

10. Trisha Nandi

11. Dipayan Paul

12. Ayush Bose

Waiting List

01. Rajesh Mahanty

02. Kaushik Biswas

Successful candidates are requested to take admission by 28th November, 2017. The status of the waiting list will be announced on 29th November, 2017.

A Lecture Session by Matan Berkowitz

Posted on: November 17th, 2017 by Somaditya No Comments

Date: 23rd November, 2017
Time: 5:30 P.M
Venue: New CRT, SRFTI

About the Lecture

Matan’s inventions translate physical signals like brainwaves, heartbeats and motion into music, turn everyday objects into musical instruments, and enable people with disabilities to express themselves in new ways.

In between touring the world as a public speaker for the likes of TEDx, Google, Forbes, and Microsoft and creating interactive art installations for museums and galleries, Matan is coming to Kolkata to share some of his projects, methods and insights. The talk includes a live musical demo

About Matan Berkowitz

Interdisciplinary Artist and Entrepreneur, Forbes Under 30

Matan lives in the nexus of art, technology and positive impact.
His award-winning inventions translate physical signals (such as brainwaves, heartbeats and movements) into music, turn everyday objects into instruments and have been displayed at museums, galleries, events and stages worldwide.

Matan regularly speaks and performs for the likes of TEDx, Google Day, Microsoft Think Next, Forbes Under 30 Summit, Re:Publica and Music Tech Fest.
His presentations often combine live musical demos of his inventions, while his unique workshops focus on Rapid Innovation – turning ideas into reality quickly and effectively, without relying on technology.

As the founder of Shift, a company which specializes in impact-driven innovation, Matan co-developed solutions for people with disabilities: enabling paralyzed, amputee, blind and autistic musicians to express themselves in new ways.
His latest project, the Airstrument, which translates hand movements into music, is currently being developed and tested at hospitals as a bio-feedback device for rehabilitation, after graduating from a European Union incubator and the MassChallenge global accelerator.

Featured in Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list of most promising young Israelis in science & technology, Matan is an alumni of The Generational Ambassadors Program (MIT & Harvard), U-Penn’s Social Global Impact House & an ROI Community member.

Website: http://MatanB.com | E-mail: Matan@MatanB.com


National Seminar on Cinema In The Age Of New Media

Posted on: November 10th, 2017 by Somaditya No Comments

National Seminar on 11.11.2017 @ New CRT, SRFTI.


Cinema In The Age Of New Media

Inauguration (10.00 – 10.45)

Dr. Debamitra Mitra
(Director SRFTI)

Prof. Basab Chowdhury
(Vice Chancellor, W. B. State University)

Sri. Dhritiman Chatterjee,

Tea Break (10.45-11.00)

Session1: Challenges For Today’s Television (11.00 -12.00)




Sri Abhijit Dasgupta

An analysis of current trends in research on effect of television
viewing on children

Debojyoti Chandra

Winter is here for the traditional television

Debapriya Bhattacharya

Changing trends in consumption pattern of television content

Utsa Bhattacharya

TV in pocket for long but when will it actually fit in

Somali Chakraborty

Session2: New Horizon In The Post
Modern Scenario Of Film Making (12.15-13.15)

Sri Ashoke Viswanathan

New horizon of Indian Cinema; from mainstream to art house

Debdoot Roy

VFX in Indian Cinema; A postmodern visual language

Sourav Mukherjee

Influence of post modernism in Sergio Rubini’s
‘Soul Mate (2011); An Enquiry

Pallab Mukhopadhyay

Mobile phone as the new tool of film making in the age of social

Amarta Saha

Lunch Break (13.15-14.15)

Session3: Creativity And New Media

Dr. Tapati Basu


Digital India in 21st century still fights with digitally divided
societies: A study

Somak Sen


The visual maze – How Youtube infuss hybridization of identities and binary
propositions in individuals

Sujata Mukhopadhyay

Drones in News Media; A Case Study of Drone Technology in The Indian
Media Landscape

Arkaprava Chattopadhyay

Celebrity and social media environment

Mita Biswas

MOOC: A creative challenge to the online teacher

Subha Dutta