Annapurna International School of Film + Media (AISFM) and Northwestern University's School of Communication announced today the completion of the first Indian Cinema Seminar - a student and cultural exchange program conducted in Hyderabad, India. As part of this activity, 27 students and faculty from the Northwestern University's School of Communication campuses at Evanston (USA) and Doha (Qatar) spent a week at AISFM in Hyderabad. The seminar began with site visits to important radio and TV stations and film production studios, and completed with a 48-hour film making challenge. Five films were made collaboratively by Northwestern and AISFM students.
The visit to India was the culmination of a subject offered by Northwestern University in which students studied Indian media and cinema, including Telugu and Hindi language films.
The Indian Cinema Seminar was formally announced by Nagarjuna Akkineni, President AISFM; Chris Higgins, Vice President, AISFM; and Barbara J. O'Keefe, Dean of the School of Communication at Northwestern University.
Speaking on the occasion, Nagarjuna, President of AISFM said, "We are excited to introduce our students and faculty to Northwestern University. Their School of Communication is consistently ranked as one of the very best in the world, and it has been an honor for our team to connect them with the Indian media industry."
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