Here's a detailed look at the timings for Film Screenings and our very own Q & A or Adda Sessions!
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Trikonomiti by Kabbo Kabir - 8.55
The Discordant Note by Rehaan Das - 6.35
True Heroes by Bushra Binth - 10.38
Peoples’ Lives by Tanisha Singh - 6.37
Ekta Cinema Banabo by Mujtaba Kabbo - 10.51
Thuyar by Mohit Sarvanan - 11.0
Aasha by Lakshika Khurana - 3.27
My Choice by Aahana Sarin - 1.10
Trapped by Sonali Shanbag - 5.32
Minimalism by Ak...
Gender - End The Discrimination by Kritleen Kaur - 4.05
An Interview Of a Marionette by Sifat Rahman - 7.08
10th July 2021- https://insider.in/-workshops-on-filmmaking-jul10-2021/event
11th July 2021- https://insider.in/filmmaking-workshops-jul11-2021/event
Dr Hema Ramanathan believes that education is a public discipline; teaching is a social act; and research in education should mirror these concepts. In over 35 years as an educator spanning three continents and five countries, she has focused on supporting teachers and students in their educational endeavours. As a scholar, she has about
Dr Hema Ramanathan believes that education is a public discipline; teaching is a social act; and research in education should mirror these concepts. In over 35 years as an educator spanning three continents and five countries, she has focused on supporting teachers and students in their educational endeavours. As a scholar, she has about 35 publications, including two chapters and two books, and over 100 presentations at international, national and regional professional conferences.
Farhanoor Imtiaz Turjjo is a film enthusiast and considers himself a film analyst. His affection for cinema made him choose the path of filmmaking. Currently he is making self produced short films, working as a videographer and learning technical and professional skills. Turjjo is interested in feature films and hopes to make one someday.
K Ravi Kumar is a cinematographer, director and founder of Seven H Studios. He has an industry experience of almost 3 decades in advertising, TV, digital content and consulting.
Lalit Saini has been working in this field for the last 7 years. His passion for filmmaking is unmeasurable. Associated with more than 100+ films, he is unbeatable.
Vishwajyoti Ghosh is the author of the graphic novel ‘Delhi Calm’ (www. delhicalm.wordpress.com), a political graphic novel set in the 70′s and a visual book of postcards ‘Times New Roman & Countrymen’. He is also the creator of the cartoon column ‘Full Toss’ in Hindustan Times Edit Page, every Sunday, besides his earlier columns like B
Vishwajyoti Ghosh is the author of the graphic novel ‘Delhi Calm’ (www. delhicalm.wordpress.com), a political graphic novel set in the 70′s and a visual book of postcards ‘Times New Roman & Countrymen’. He is also the creator of the cartoon column ‘Full Toss’ in Hindustan Times Edit Page, every Sunday, besides his earlier columns like Backlog in Little Magazine and Acid Test in Down to Earth. His comics are regularly published in various journals and anthologies, both in India and abroad.
Associated with ‘Inverted Commas’ a communications initiative, he is currently working on a mapping project in the workers’ clusters of Gurgaon.
We are accepting entries to the Second edition of the Footprint Film Festival, 2021.
Submission Deadline: 15th June 2021
Please Read the Film Festival Guidelines carefully before submitting the entry.
ENTRY FEE : There is NO ENTRY FEE
FESTIVAL FORMAT : This is a short film non-competitive festival and hence ONLY Short Films should be submitted.
The entries can be short digital animation films too on the topic.
ENTRY FILM REQUIREMENTS
CATEGORIES: The various categories under which the films need to be submitted are – 1) Documentary 2) Animation 3) Science Fiction 4) Fiction 5) Films made on Mobile Phones
THEME: Environment and Climate change, Livelihoods, Gender, Learning and Education, Civil Rights, Art, Craft and Heritage, Peoples’ Stories, Collaboration, Wildlife, Technology.
DURATION: The films shall not be more than 10 (Ten) minutes, including the beginning and end credits. Films exceeding this time limit are liable to be rejected. The minimum length should be 1 minute including credits.
PRODUCTION PERIOD:The film should have been shot / completed after 1st January, 2020.
LANGUAGE: The short films may be in their original language, but MUST be subtitled in ENGLISH. Films submitted previously to any other festival should be clearly mentioned as such.
FILM FORMAT: The films should be in MPEG4 or AVI format. The recommended ratios are: 16:9 / 16:9 Full Height Anamorphic – in DV / HDV.
RIGHT TO SCREEN: The participants grant the organisers the non-exclusive rights to screen (non – commercial) their film / entry on their respective websites, at the festival and other associated screenings.
COPYRIGHT: The Film must not contain any copyrighted work(s) belonging to third parties unless (1) Participants have a license to use such works in the Film; or (2) the use participants’ Film makes of such works is a fair one under the copyright laws. Participants will retain any licenses and provide them to organisers upon request.
ORIGINALITY AND PERMISSIONS; INDEMNITY : Films must be the original work of the applicants. If a film is based upon another person’s life or upon a book or other underlying work, applicant(s) must secure any necessary rights to make such adaptations. However, it is not necessary to submit the adaptation rights agreements to the Festival. Neither the Festival nor its jurists investigates or attests to the authenticity of an applicant’s statement of authorship or rights secured. By entering the competition, you represent that you have secured all necessary rights.
Applicants are solely responsible for obtaining all necessary rights and permissions for third-party materials included in their films, including but not limited to music, trademarks, logos, copyrights, and other intellectual property rights. Footprint Film festival expressly disclaims all liability or responsibility for any violations of the foregoing.
GENERAL TERMS OF PARTICIPATION
The entry should be submitted by the Participant who may be the rights holder of the film or the person authorised to participate in the contest and accept the terms and conditions. For the purposes of this contest and subsequent distribution of the participating film, the Participant hereby confirms that he/she/it has the necessary rights to submit the entry and accept the terms.
Only the person who submit the entry will be considered as the “Participant”.
The participants agree that the organisers shall not be held responsible for any unauthorised use of the content by any third party and organisers do not guarantee the posting of any content.
The decision of the jury shall be final, unquestionable and binding on all participants. Once submitted, the entries cannot be withdrawn for any reason whatsoever. Organisers may reject any film without assigning any reason whatsoever and the same cannot be challenged.
All materials, documents, etc. (not the film) submitted for participation shall not be returned under any circumstances and shall become the property of the organisers.
The organisers reserve the right to modify the terms and conditions of the festival without any intimation to the participants at any time after the launch of the contest. Entry and participation of films implies unconditional acceptance of these terms and regulations.
Organisers’ decision in all matters pertaining to this festival and screening terms herein shall be final and binding in all respects.
Keeping the spirit of ‘by, for and of children’ alive, we are looking for children (under 18 years) wanting to share their creative talents with the Footprint Festival community. This is the perfect opportunity to showcase your art to eminent artists of India, who will be judging the Poster Making competition, and view the works of others your age.
We are looking for conscious designers who can create a poster that captures all things children and all things cinema.
If you think you have what it takes to create the perfect poster, send in your entry to email@example.com between 1st May 2021 - 15th June 2021.
The winner of the competition will be announced by the 15th of June, 2021 on all our social media platforms.
Prizes to be won:
The top three poster makers will receive an art material hamper. Along with this, the second runner up will receive a book and the first runner up, two books. The winning poster will be featured on all Footprint Film Festival social media platforms in addition to being the Official Festival Poster!
Format and submission specifications:
3. Submission- Your poster needs to necessarily mention the following details:
Subrata Bhowmick is one of India’s leading graphics designers. Based at Ahmedabad, India, he has over the last many years created numerous outstanding and cost saving design solutions that have won him 50 prestigious awards, including 18 President’s National Awards. His much-lauded accomplishments straddle various fields – textiles, photography, environment, graphics, book design, and advertising. In advertising, his work has contributed to building brands such as Cali-Cloth, Vimal, Dhara, Remanika, Deepam, and Handloom House, besides making them cherished and loved across a wide-cross section of people.
Anavi is an interdisciplinary artist and designer who works across mediums with the purpose of human-centered design. She creates visuals, objects, systems, in the hope to better our everyday lives and make them more comfortable and fun. Her work pays special attention to research and communication with the community she is creating for.