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The festival received 150 entries from students of well-known film schools and premier institutions such as the Film and Television Institute of India, Pune; State University of Performing and Visual Arts, Haryana; Ramanaidu Film School, Telangana; National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad; IIT-Bombay; JJ School of Arts; and the School of Media and Cultural Studies, and Centre for Media and Cultural Studies, TISS, among others.
The idea of the festival is to promote students’ films and give them a platform to showcase their work
Jaiswal said among the themes this year are old age and the current socio-political climate in the country.
The festival was earlier an annual affair and later became a biennial event. The last festival was held in 2017.
“The idea of the festival is to promote students’ films and give them a platform to showcase their work. The festival does not have an entry fee,” Jaiswal pointed out.
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