Neo Film School is happy to announce a PROFESSIONAL SEMINAR on BECOMING AND BIENG A FILM PROFESSIONAL. Seminar on Media education would be conducted at Neo film school campus on 25th June , 2015. School director Jain Joseph Neo(FTII) will lead the discussions. Film Director Leo Thadeus will share his insights on how the unique training programme of Neo Film School can transform a student to a professional film maker. Anybody who is interested in a career in Media can register for the Seminar. Call 0484-4055595 for registration.
It was day full of energy , interaction and fun. The seminar was an opportunity for the students and the parents to interact with the school director Mr. Jain Joseph (FTII) himself. It was a perfect junction for the students who are looking for a career in media industry. All their questions and queries were taken care of throughout the day long programme . The large number of students and their parents who came to attend the seminar was the proof for one thing that NEO is getting bigger and better with age. Thank you all for making the event a huge success.
Why do parents say that our creative talent is useless to earn a living??
This is a big question what the youth in India has been facing since generations. While we are at school our parents encourage our creative talent, but once the school is over, all of a sudden they they ask us to get serious and take up a course such as engineering, b.com, medicine, etc, so that we would be able to earn a living for ourselves and automatically would lead a secured life. They may be right on their side, because no parent would like to see their son or daughter struggling in the future. The main reason is that they have seen highly talented people fail in their career. they have seen more failure stories than success stories around them.
But they do not know the exact reason of their failure. These people might be highly talented but lack the expertise to manage their talent and end up reaching nowhere in their lives.
Finally management along with technology finds a place in art education curriculum. The innovative course design and curriculum at NEO has proven its merit by making very young talents into highly successful creative professionals in a surprisingly short span of time.
NEO has given confidence and hope to many that their creative talent can be used to earn a living. A proper guidance will give them a clear path to follow.
So chase your passion and lead a LIFE FULL OF LIFE with your god gifted uniqueness.
A complete film making experience for our N12 batch acting students. Not only they got an opportunity to act under the lights of Leo sir but they got a chance to manage the entire production work for the movie, right from costumes ,commuting to set design, almost everything was managed by the students themselves. So they not only got an opportunity to act in front of the camera but also they were able to understand that how much of hard work goes in behind the camera too.
This was an ultimate platform to understand that making a movie is not a one man show or it is not just the hero who is responsible for the success of a film, rather it is a team work which makes a feature film successful.
Camera for the days shoot was done by Cinematographer faculty Pradeep Badhar.
It was a first time outdoor shoot experience for the N12 batch acting students. Story and script was done by the students themselves.
“VIDHYARAMBHAM” for the 12th batch students was successfully conducted on January 28, 2015 at Neo Film School. The Chief Guest, Sri. Lal Jose (Film Director) officially inaugurated the function by lighting the lamp in the presence of our Academic Council Chairman Sri. Sibi Malayil (Film Director), our School Director Mr. Jain Joseph, Film Director Sri.Binu (Ithihasa), Film Editor Mr. Jovin John, students, faculty, staff and parents. It was a novel experience for the new batch students and their parents.
Sri. Lal Jose, who is known in the film industry as a hit maker with films are appreciated by both masses and critics alike. He is famous for choosing different subjects and themes for films. He shared his experiences which was very inspirational to new students and their parents. Senior students worked really hard to prepare the stages and all, to give their juniors a hearty welcome.
Total program was coordinated by Mrs. Bindu Nair along with student director, Ashis Nair. Screenings and entertainment programs added extra sweetness to the event with punching performance by the MC, Ms. Megha.
Indian American ad film director Nick Sivakumaran’s humorous Doritos commercial is a finalist in a Super Bowl-themed “Crash the Super Bowl” contest sponsored by PepsiCo, and he will now compete for a coveted Super Bowl XLIX airtime slot, a $1 million grand prize and a job with Universal Pictures.
His Doritos commercial, “The Lemonade Stand,” is among 10 finalists selected from nearly 4,900 submissions representing 29 countries around the world. “The Lemonade Stand” was written by Richard Jindapornsuk and produced and edited by Dave Horowitz. Working with Sivakumaran, they shot the project in Los Angeles with a small crew and a minimal budget.