These words conjure up images of a studio and the world of films but the Oakridgers at the Newton campus got a feel of what direction is about in a presentation by the Mr. Kurt Inderbitzen CEO at the Annapurna International School of Film and Media. The presentation was a part of the school’s initiative to a Photography and Film club which was introduced last year.
The Photography and Film club will provide an opportunity for students to learn the nuances of film making and also learn to communicate through visual media in the form of documentaries, posters and much more. Mr. Kurt Inderbitzen spoke to the students on how it is important to say something about the subject they are shooting. He got the students to enact a scene to show how teamwork is important in setting up a scene, fixing the camera, playing the right music that sets the emotional tone of the piece to be shot etc.
The classes for the club will be commencing in July and will run through the year. The students will get to showcase their short films and their photographs at the Preview theatre in Annapurna Studios.