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NFDC Announces Exclusive Animation Workshop at 18th Mumbai International Film Festival (MIFF)

Mumbai:22/4/24:  The National Film Development Corporation (NFDC), the nodal agency of the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, which organizes the Mumbai International Film Festival (MIFF), invites all aspiring animators to unleash their creativity and gain invaluable expertise at the exclusive Animation Crash Course & VFX Pipeline workshop at the upcoming 18th Mumbai International Film Festival (MIFF).

This unique opportunity provides a five-day intensive program from June 16th – June 20th, led by a veteran animation filmmaker from Warner Brothers, who has worked on iconic projects like Batman and Wonder Woman. Participants will delve into the captivating world of Movies, Series, and Gaming Animation, gaining practical knowledge and industry insights.

The animation sector in India is experiencing phenomenal growth, fuelled by rising demand for films, visual effects (VFX), gaming animation, and captivating content for mobile platforms. This translates into exciting opportunities for talented and passionate animators. The animation industry in India is booming! With a growth rate of 25% and a projected value of ₹46 billion by 2023 (FICCI-EY Report 2023), this exciting field offers a wealth of opportunities for passionate young people.

Whether you are a budding animator or a complete beginner with a passion for storytelling and a creative streak, this workshop is open to everyone and can be your stepping stone to a fulfilling career. No prior animation experience is necessary. Just bring your enthusiasm and basic computer skills

Seats are limited to only 20 participants, so register today on a first-come, first-served basis. The workshop fee is just ₹10,000/- and includes access to software like Blender. The workshop will be held at NFDC, 24 Dr. Gopalrao Deshmukh Marg, Mumbai 400026.

Why Choose This Workshop?

  • Learn from the Best: Gain first-hand knowledge from a seasoned industry professional with a proven track record.
  • Hands-on Learning: Craft your animation clip under expert guidance, putting your newfound skills into practice.
  • Industry Insights: Understand the nuances of movie and gaming animation pipelines and explore job opportunities.
  • Globally Recognized Certificate: Receive a prestigious certificate from NFDC, India’s leading organisation in film production and animation.

Additional Benefits:

  • Experience Award-Winning Films: Immerse yourself in a plethora of critically acclaimed documentaries and animated shorts.
  • Master Classes: Learn from renowned industry leaders through exclusive master class sessions.

Limited Seats Available! Register Now

For registration and further information, please visit – https://miff.in/animation-crash-course/ or email us at [email protected]

Don’t miss this golden opportunity to upgrade your animation skills and join the prestigious Mumbai International Film Festival.

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