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YWTC Monthly Get Together

This Sunday was well-spent. As part of our YWTC Trust's series of monthly get-togethers with participants from our film-making courses, supported by RRD GO Creative, we had the privilege of inviting a well-known film director and visiting faculty member from various universities in India and abroad, Mr Hariharan. A heartfelt thanks to Mr. Phonsok for introducing us to him. Additionally, Nithya took care of the sign language interpretation for some of our participants, for which we are grateful. 

With the support of Fiserv (CSR Partner), United Way Mumbai (CSR NGO Partner) , we arranged various courses around film making to persons with disabilities in partnership with Film and Television Institute of India Pune , and currently, we are working on making a short film and documentary using the talents of our own participants. These get-togethers are part of our efforts to support our participants in honing their skills and fostering a collaborative learning environment.

We extend our sincere gratitude to Mr. Hariharan for generously sparing his precious time for us and for sharing invaluable insights into filmmaking. He strongly recommended that all participants begin their journey into visual storytelling by creating one-minute films. According to him, anyone aspiring to enter the film industry through any department must first understand the art of visual storytelling by making short films to better comprehend their role.

Among his teachings, Mr. Hariharan emphasized that creativity blossoms through association, and repetition with variation is a fundamental principle of design. He encouraged us all to collaborate closely to achieve outstanding results.

During his session, Mr. Hariharan also covered various topics including lighting, point of view, and shot angles. His imparted knowledge has left a lasting impact on our participants, inspiring them to delve deeper into the art and craft of filmmaking.

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