ARRI conducted a workshop associated with L.V.Prasad Film & TV Academy to demonstrate its new products exclusively for SICA members, Alumni & Students of LVPA on 16th October 2016, at Prasad film lab, Chennai. Participants attended this event in huge numbers and and updated themselves with the technology.
The weekend courses in 'Digital Film Making' and 'Direction for Film & TV' in Chennai Campus concluded on 1st October 2016. Director Balaji Tharaneetharan joined the team and gave the certificates to the successful students in an informal function.
'Pisasu' Cinematographer Wide Angle Ravi Shankaran conducted a workshop and shared his experience in Cinematography with the students of L.V.Prasad Film & TV Academy, Chennai on 29th September 2016.
Sony conducted a workshop on the new Sony A7S II E-mount Camera with Full-Frame Sensor (4K) on 21st & 22nd of September 2016 exclusively for our students. Surprise- the faculty from Sony were our Alumni! The workshop included a theory class, practical shoot lessons, complete with screening of the shoot.
Sreekar Prasad, National Award winning Film Editor conducted ‘Masterclass titled Cut - Editing - Storytelling - Movie’ at L.V.Prasad Film & TV Academy, Chennai on 23rd September 2016 and shared his insights on Film Editing with students.
Internationally acclaimed Director & Writer Martin Repka conducted a three days’ workshop and shared his insights on Film Direction and Screen Writing with the students of L.V.Prasad Film & TV Academy, Chennai. Martin Repka was the director and writer of several internationally successful short films such as ‘Swimming’, ‘The Last Supper’ and ‘Thieves’, which have been presented in hundreds of international Film Festivals worldwide. His latest short film ‘Tiger Fight’ has been shot in Chennai, India and is in the final post-production stage. His full length feature film debut ‘Return of the Storks’ was the Slovak national entry for the 80th Academy Awards, won the Hessian Screenplay Award and received 5 National Award Nominations in Slovakia.
Cyrus Dastur, founder of Shamiana Arts, interacted with the students of L.V.Prasad Film & TV Academy after screening the Oscar winning & nominated short films Stutterer, Lila and Death of a Shadow. He spoke about recent developments in the world of short films and introduced to the students SHAMIANA, India’s only dedicated and fast growing short film club that is passionate about showcasing the finest shorts from India and all over the world.