Thu. Oct 21st, 2021

CINEMA DESK Film Appreciation Links – TOT on Cineliteracy

SIGNIS Asia Cinema Desk Training of Trainers on Cineliteracy (Film Appreciation)

Film Appreciation | Jenith Sekar | Part I Film Appreciation | Jenith Sekar | Part II Film Appreciation | Jenith Sekar | Part III Evolution of Cinema | Vikas Singh | Part I Critical Analysis of Films | Vikas Singh | Part II Introduction to World Cinema | Vikas Singh | Part III Film Evaluation | Dr. Magimai Pragasam | Part I

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Film Appreciation | Part I | Jenith Sekar | Media Matters | SIGNISAsia | NISCORT

Cinema is not merely an art but a language which speaks out the real life of society in a particular period of time. Thus visual narratives of cinema and the context of the society are interwoven and thus one inspires the other to a great extent. This webinar on Film Appreciation in association with Signis Asia Cinema desk will certainly help each and everyone to systematically analyse films.

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Film Appreciation | Part II | Jenith Sekar | Media Matters | SIGNISAsia | NISCORT

The Film-makers today cannot take this society for granted as they inspire millions of people and subsequently set new trends for new generation. It is the role of the cinema critics to constantly remind film-makers to craft cinema with social responsibility and make the viewers media literate. The second part of Film Appreciation highlights different aspects of appreciation. This webinar on Film Appreciation in association with Signis Asia Cinema desk will certainly help each and everyone to systematically analyse films.

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Film Appreciation | Part III | Jenith Sekar | Media Matters | SIGNISAsia | NISCORT

Tom Hierck, an education consultant quotes, “21st century kids are being taught by 20th century adults using 19th century curriculum and techniques”. As we sense the imperative need of the hour to educate, empower and equip people of this era with media literacy, The third part of Film Appreciation will definitely guide each and everyone to ethically analyse and appreciate films.This webinar on Film Appreciation in association with Signis Asia Cinema desk will certainly be a guide to systematically and ethically analyse films.

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Evolution of Cinema | Vikas Singh | Part I | Media Matters | SIGNISAsia | NISCORT

Last two decades have witnessed a tremendous transformation in understanding film as an art form or as a medium of communication. With the advancement of technology and the wide use of social media, the style of film making and mode of viewing a film as considerable changed. To know and understand the language of cinema one has to know the history of cinema and its evolution. Prof.Vikas Singh has very categorically and clearly elaborates and explains the evolutional process of cinema. This webinar on Cine-Literacy in association with Signis Asia Cinema desk will certainly be a guide to systematically and ethically analyse films.

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Critical Analysis of the Films | Vikas Singh | Part II | Media Matters | SIGNISAsia | NISCORT

Cinema is an artistic language which communicates a problem and a solution. If only this artistic language is understood with the sense of mind and heart, we can thoroughly experience the real essence of world cinema. Prof.Vikas Singh has very categorically and clearly elaborates and explains World Cinema and its elements. This webinar on Cine-Literacy in association with Signis Asia Cinema desk will certainly be a guide to systematically and ethically analyse films.

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Introduction to World Cinema | Vikas Singh | Part III | Media Matters | SIGNISAsia | NISCORT

World Cinema communicates the message and meaning with the viewers through signs and symbols. When a person starts to critically appreciate world cinema, S/he becomes more concept-centred rathe than commerce centred, more infotainment-centred rather than entertainment-centred, more aesthetics-centred rather than gratification centred. Prof.Vikas Singh has very categorically and clearly elaborates and explains the elements and aspects of world cinema. This webinar on Cine-Literacy in association with Signis Asia Cinema desk will certainly be a guide to systematically and ethically analyse films.

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Film Evaluation | Dr. Magimai Pragasam | Part I | Media Matters | SIGNISAsia | NISCORT

When film industry is business oriented, films are considered as commodities and the viewers as consumers. In the world of business, the prime motive behind marketers is to sell the product at any situation. Even before buying any product, we have a tendency to check the price, quality, quantity, company’s authenticity, seller’s credibility, expiry date, the primary ingredients etc. But in the case of films, we blindly believe and consume films without questions and take the actors’ words as sacred as the words of gods and goddesses. In this situation, Dr. Magimai Pragasam has very categorically and clearly elaborates and explains the elements and aspects of Film Evaluation. This webinar on Cine-Literacy in association with Signis Asia Cinema desk will certainly be a guide to systematically and critically evaluate films.