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Saving India Endangered Film Heritage - A Cultural Necessity- Shivendra Singh Dungarpur

A masterclass on saving India’s Film heritage was held at the Alberione Hall at St. Paul’s Institute of Communication Education for Women(SPICEFW) as a part of subject taught in: SYBMM- Understanding Cinema and Cultural studies and in FYBAMMC-History of Media. The class commenced at 10:30 am, on August 2nd, Friday and was conducted by Mr. Shivendra Singh Dungarpur, a national award-winning director, producer and the founder of ‘Film Heritage Foundation’, a non-profit organisation which helps in restoring and preserving India’s cinematic heritage.
 
The session began when Ms. Rosie Murray, the BMM Course Co-ordinator at SPICEFW, briefed the audience/ students about  event.  Our second year BMM student Ms.Bedarupa Battacharjee introduced the speaker. Fr. (Dr.) Dominic D’Silva, Director and Principal at St Pauls Institute of Communication Education for Women welcomed Mr. Shivendra Singh with a floral bouquet.
 
Mr. Shivendra Singh’s session was informative, familiarizing the students to the concept of celluloid and how Indian filmmakers have shifted from celluloid to digital technology. He had restored some landmark films of India like Alam Ara and Madhumati. He briefly mentioned his associations with other fellow film traditionalists - like Christopher Nolan, Martin Scorsese and other famous international directors, as well as well-known Hindi cinema celebrities like Amitabh Bachchan, Jaya Bachchan, Kamal Hasan, Gulzar Sahab, Shyam Benegal, Farhan Akhtar, Zoya Akhtar and several other renowned Indian Film directors and artistes from the film fraternity - all of whom have applauded him for his efforts in the field of film preservation.
 
Later, he showcased some of his spectacularly crafted advertisements, which are an ode to his masterful direction. He shared his ad-film experiences and explained how realism in advertisements can engage masses. The programme culminated with a Q&A session wherein students raised their doubts which was ardently answered by Mr. Shivendra Singh.
 
Ms. Meghna Misra, SYBMM student at SPICEFW delivered the vote of thanks, thanking Mr. Singh for sharing his knowledge, experiences and valuable time. And the session drew to a close with the SYBMM Student Chief Representative, Ms. Shivani Nair presenting him, with a token of appreciation.
 

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