Earlier today, FLUX announced the launch of its new creative venture Moving Image: A 3-month (72-hour) Digital Filmmaking Course in Bangalore Indiranagar (Fiction and Nonfiction Storytelling Using Moving Images), set to go live Monday, 23rd August 2021. For anyone with even a passing interest in the world of Filmmaking, this new development will be worth paying attention to, as it’s set to shake things up.
Full details are available on https://www.thefluxproject.com/film-making-course-in-bangalore/
Currently, with even a passing glance, a person will notice that everyone else is just bothered about giving out the methodology alone in such courses. No one really seems to aim at developing an insight into aesthetic treatment as well as an insight into a relevant content-building for their trainees. It ends up in teaching them just the craft of filmmaking. The art of filmmaking is simply ignored in this entire training process of theirs. The Founder at FLUX, Sahiba Singh, makes a point of saying “things are going to change when our Moving Image: A 3-month (72-hour) Digital Filmmaking Course in Bangalore Indiranagar (Fiction and Nonfiction Storytelling Using Moving Images) launches”.
Sahiba Singh continues… “Where you’ll always see our competitors doing the same old thing, we will make it a point to deliver the best of both the worlds, the impeccable craft as well as the creative insight into all the aspects of filmmaking. We do this because we believe we want to be responsible and carve out responsible insightful artists who are also the masters of their craft. Ultimately this is going to be a huge benefit to our participants because it will make them unique filmmakers and just not run of the mill additions to this great genre of filmmaking.”
She further says… “Gokul Chakravarthy, the course facilitator, is a documentary filmmaker. He has been in the filmmaking arena for over a decade after having completed his filmmaking course from New York Film Academy in the United States of America. Under his guidance, the participants in the program are more than sure to learn a new creative filmmaking process, unique in itself. You can watch his promo video for Moving Image on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HWA1TFOFGKU.”
This alone is predicted to make FLUX’s Moving Image: A 3-month (72-hour) Digital Filmmaking Course in Bangalore Indiranagar (Fiction and Nonfiction Storytelling Using Moving Images) more popular with enthusiasts in the Filmmaking space, quickly.”
FLUX was established in October 2019. In fact the business has been there for 7 years under different brands and banners though it finally settled down as FLUX in October 2019 as a fast upcoming brand. FLUX is a collaborative arts community that welcomes ideas, passion and curious minds with open arms. It is a community that believes in Art for Change. It strongly believes that the only way to heal the world is through artistic collaborations and genuine conversations to raise awareness. This way people can find solutions to their problems they face on this planet.
Currently, the closest thing to FLUX’s Moving Image: A 3-month (72-hour) Digital Filmmaking Course in Bangalore Indiranagar (Fiction and Nonfiction Storytelling Using Moving Images) is any and every mission that aims at making the world a better place to live peacefully, intelligently and creatively, But FLUX improved on this by zeroing in on visual and performing arts in order to create an awareness in the mindset of the masses. No change ever sustains unless it becomes an organic part of the human psyche.
Once again, the Moving Image: A 3-month (72-hour) Digital Filmmaking Course in Bangalore Indiranagar (Fiction and Nonfiction Storytelling Using Moving Images) is set to launch Monday, 23rd August 2021. To find out more, the place to visit is https://www.thefluxproject.com/film-making-course-in-bangalore/
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