Course - Overview
The one-year specialised program is designed to train learners in two key dimensions of film-making – storytelling & production. The course gives an overview of film studies, basics of film budgeting, and audio-visual productions, including web entertainment.
Diploma Film Production
After the crux of the learning process is over and done with, each student is placed for two months in a film production house, television production house, sound design house, ad films production house, or a web entertainment company. As a part of their course, students visit a production house, a television channel, or an actual set of a film shoot once in a month. Adjunct professors who are well-versed with the industry knowledge teach specialised parts of the modules and provide students with the opportunity to be associated with them on live projects. Bollywood actor, director, and producer Vivek Vaswani conducts four detailed one-day long (around 8 hours) workshops on various aspects of film-making with students in both campuses. Along with this, at least eight more visiting faculty members will take sessions in the year.
It’s a hands-on and practical filmmaking course, which is both industry and technology-driven. Web Entertainment serves as a major focus of this course.
Script Software (Celex), Shooting on Digital Cameras, Lighting Skills, Non-Linear FCP-Based Editing, Sound Forge, and Nuendo.
Students are encouraged to visit the Dubai Film Festival or Mountain Films Festival, Kathmandu. Current student works have been nominated in several international and domestic film festivals as well.
Film Studies: An Introduction
Pre-production of Films (Idea, Script, Screenplay, Costume, Location, Workshops)
Production of a Film (Direction, Cinematography, Acting, Lights)
Post-Production of a Film (Sound, Editing, Packaging)
Direction & Production Manager (Roles in Details)
Various genres of films, with varying lengths. Also involves detailing out the specifics of each format and the various mediums of entertainment.
Film Finance, Budgeting, Sales & Marketing
Meha Jayaswal has over 24 years of experience in the fashion & media industry. Starting her career with India’s leading stock market magazine of the 90s - Dalal Street Investment Journal, she moved onto International Wool Secretariat (owners of the Woolmark) as a Trade Communications Executive - India and Southeast Asia and then to Confederation of Indian Industry, HQ New Delhi, before joining Pearl Academy in 2001.
Our 360° comprehensive learning-based model opens up multiple avenues and opportunities for students.
Form engrossing scripts for the film industry.
Utilise and foster your directorial skills in one of the biggest industries around.
Learn and perfect the art of production by working under industry veterans.
Manage the product of entertainment mediums, including movies and television shows.
Break into the film industry and assist the development of movies.
Make your aspirations a reality by becoming a full-fledged director.
Assistant Production Managers
Play the critical role of an assistant manager as you handle the production process from the ground up.
Assistant Video Editor
Hone your video editing skills and assist films and television shows in post-production.
Play the critical role of the person behind the scenes as you take the perfect shots.
Develop the perfect sounds to accentuate the ambience of films and television shows.