International Exposure at AAFT broadening Horizons of Indian Film Makers : Sanjay Kapoor

In keeping with its tradition of promoting international relations through the business of films and television, Asian Academy of Film & Television recently hosted a highly interactive culture exchange program with renowned film makers and musicians from Austria at its campus, on a special invitation from Prof Sandeep Marwah.Well known cine star Sanjay Kapoor flew in to Noida to represent Bollywood for this program specially and had day long interactive schedule with the students of media education. Speaking on the occasion, Sanjay said the amount of international exposure being given to the students through continuing visits of global film makers, artistes and large number of international students enrolling here had largely helped the present day film makers of India to now start thinking of venturing into global film productions and marketing, as much as its students; for an un matched film education.Sharing their impressions with the large gathering of students of media, film makers from Austria expressed great satisfaction over the state of art education inputs provided at this premier film school of the country and were all praise for the increasing global popularity of the Indian film industry.The Austrian cultural team was represented by Austria ‘s well renowned Alpine Music Quartet band including Ulrich Gabriel, Philipp Lingg, Evelyn Fink Mennel and Hans Rinner, who also gave an electrifying live performance besides leading film makers Wolfgang Morth, Robert Polak, Luica Mennel, Kamalkanta Mohanty and Markus Brandle. All the guests from Austria were inducted as life members of AAFT’s prestigious International Film and Television Club, with joint presentations by Prof Sandeep Marwah and Sanjay Kapoor. A formal vote of thanks for the distinguished guests was presented by Prof T S Bedi, representing ASMS on the occasion.