AAFT Has Brought Revolution in Cinema Training- Marwah
Noida: AAFT- Asian Academy of Film And Television has been the first private film school of the country, it has just celebrated its completion of 24 years of existence. 95th Short term batch has recently begin has proved to the world its quality and untiring support to the Indian film industry said Prof. Kalyan Sarkar addressing to the large audience at 94th AAFT Festival of Short Digital Films
Students from 120 countries of the World, exposure to the real industry while learning at AAFT is the biggest specialization of our education system also makes us the most important and exclusive film school of the World added Prof. Mansoor Naqvi Associate Dean of AAFT.
AAFT has brought three revolutions to the cinema training-one that film education and training has shifted to private hands from government in 1993 when institute was launched. Second we have shifted the Post Graduation courses to graduation level in 1993 and third a very special short-term courses in cinema were launched in 1993 said Sandeep Marwah President of AAFT.
The Indian film and television industry is indebted to AAFT for a very powerful and strong contribution in uplifting the standard of film and television training.
AAFT has been rated as the best film school in this part of the World expressed Mike Berry a filmmaker and jury member from Los Angles attending the event.