Exciting ‘Masterclasses’ and ‘In-conversation’ sessions await this year’s IFFI
Exclusive In-conversation session on ‘Is It Time For One World Cinema?’ by Michael Douglas
An immersive experience for film enthusiasts providing an in-depth look into the creative process behind film making
Goa, Michael Douglas, Pankaj Tripathi, Zoya Akhtar, notice anything familiar? They are world acclaimed filmmakers/actors, who have captured the hearts of many by their creative skills in film making/acting, will hold In-conversation sessions at the 54th edition of the International Film Festival of India. In an exciting development the festival is set to conduct its masterclasses and in- conversation sessions on the art and craft of filmmaking.
Over 20 Masterclasses and In-conversation sessions with eminent filmmakers, cinematographers, and actors are lined up at this year’s IFFI. The sessions will be held at the renovated and refurbished Kala Academy at Festival Mile, Panjim, Goa. Brendan Galvin, Brillante Mendoza, Sunny Deol, Rani Mukerjee, Vidya Balan, John Goldwater, Vijay Sethupathi, Sara Ali Khan, Nawazuddin Siddhiqui, Kaykay Menon, Karan Johar, Madhur Bhandarkar, Manoj Bajpayee, Kartiki Gonsalves, Boney Kapoor, Allu Aravind, Theodore Gluck, Gulshan Grover and others will also be participating in the sessions this year.
An unparalleled opportunity for profound insights and meaningful discourse await as the legendary Hollywood Actor and Producer, Michael Douglas will have an exclusive In-conversation session on the topic ‘Is It Time For One World Cinema?’ The world-renowned Actor is also set to receive this year’s prestigious Satyajit Ray Lifetime Achievement Award at IFFI.
Not only providing a rare glimpse into the filmmaking process, the Masterclasses promises to be an immersive experience, offering participants a 360 degree view into the creative process behind the art of storytelling, cinematography, and the business of filmmaking. Offering an extraordinary opportunity to learn from one of the industry’s best Brillante Mendoza on ‘Film Direction’, the session promises to provide value-addition to budding film admirers.
This innovative method of ‘Masterclasses’ and ‘In-conversation’ sessions offer a once in a lifetime opportunity for film buffs to explore the different disciplines of filmmaking through self-reflection, memories and conceptual interventions by world-class Masters/experts.
This year, bringing more good news that is in store, the entry and registration for students for Masterclasses are free. For more details, visit https://www.iffigoa.org/mcic.php