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Admission in Satyajit Ray Film & Television Institute

course overview

Course Overview Notice Board

Duration 3-year (full time), Postgraduate Programme in Cinema
Course Structure Integrated Course in 1st Semester – 20 weeks [common for all students]Specialisation Programme: II to VI Semester – 100 weeks
Specialisations Offered 1. Producing for Film & Television 2. Direction & Screenplay Writing 3. Cinematography 4. Sound Recording & Design 5. Editing
No. Of Students Maximum 60 students per batch (12 students* per specialization)
Course Content Classroom Lectures, Practical Exercises, Film Screenings, Interactions with Professionals, Workshops
Assessment Attendance Practical Course Work Sessionals / Written Examinations Exercises Projects
Mode Of Assessment Continuous
Medium of Instruction English

*2 seats are reserved for international students

Course Content:


Semester I: Classroom Lectures, Practical/Structured exercises, Film Screenings. Project – Continuity Exercise (DV) 6 minutes

Semester II: Classroom Lectures, Practical/Guided Exercises, Film Screenings, Interactions with Professionals, Narrative Development Exercises. Workshops

Semester III: Classroom Lectures, Practical/Guided exercises, Film analyses, Interactions with Professionals, Narrative Development Exercises. Workshops

Semester IV: Classroom Lectures, Practical/Guided Exercises, Interactions with Professionals. Documentary Module. Script Development Labs. Workshops

Project – Short Film-max 10 minutes. 35 mm

Semester V: Practical/Guided Exercises, Interactions with Professionals

Project – Playback –Max 3 to 4 Minutes, 35mm

Project – Experimental / Underground – 4 Minutes, HD

Semester VI: Project – Dissertation Film (within 30 minutes), 35mm

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