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Date(s) - 05/06/2017 - 13/06/2017
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Alliance française du Bengale


From Monday, 5th to Friday, 11th and from Monday 12th to Tuesday, 13th : 7 intensive days to learn how to make a film, the workshop will be monitored by Tinni Bhattacharya, a film maker and Advertising professional (see the content of the workshop and Tinni’s profile below).

And for the icing on the cake, the film will be screened at the Alliance française Cine Club and will be screened at our next French Film Festival in Nandan. After the workshop, you will be asked to shoot mobile video on your own script/concept. The best one will be showcased in Alliance française Cine Club on wednesdays

Don’t hesitate to contact us for more details.

Monday 5th June – Tuesday 13th June 2017
2.00 pm -5.00 pm
@ Alliance Francaise du Bengale

Registration : Rps 5000

Confirm your participation by email at [email protected]
Phone no: 033 40064801 or 9874483329

The workshop: 

Day 1:  2pm – 5pm;  (5thJune):

  Inspiration, Ideas and Writing

  • How do you come up with an idea
  • Difference between plot and story structure
  • Character development
  • Write a script

Day 2 & 3:  2pm- 5pm;  (6thJune& 7thJune):

How to shoot a film 

  • How to write a screen play
  • Create your storyboard
  • Tips of shooting
  • Identifying shot types
  • Adapting camera moves
  • Sound and light projects

Day 4 & 5:  2pm-5pm;  (8thJune & 9thJune):

Production/ Film Shoot

  • Relationship with the director and the cinematographer
  • Looking professional
  • Getting organized
  • Recce
  • Artist rehearsal
  • The final Shoot

Day 6:  2 pm-5pm;  (12th June): 

Editing in Final Cut Pro

  • Rules of editing
  • Types of cut
  • Editing deciding List
  • Sound and Music Mix
  • Finishing off

Day 7:  2pm-5 pm;  (13th June):

Marketing, publicity and sharing international website links to put up your films

  • Pitching your project
  • Getting funding
  • 7 essential press kit to promote your film
  • Organizing the publicity photograph
  • Getting reviewed and interviewed

Tinni Bhattacharya :

“I have been exposed to Worldwide Advertising from a very tender age. I worked for McCann Erickson and J. Walter Thomson.

As a film scholar, I have contributed articles in some of the leading newspapers of the country.

Also made innumerable documentaries for ETV from script to screen.

2013 I made a short film named ‘Indispensables’, which was shown for Kolkata International Film Festival, and Delhi International Film Festival.

Now I am working on my next script and teaching Film and Advertising as freelance lecturer in various institutes. Along with this I am engaged in conducting workshops in places like Bangalore, Kolkata and Paris.”