Film-making workshop begins

Film-making workshop begins

September 23, 2022

Mysore/Mysuru: Famous Kannada Film Director Nagatihalli Chandrashekar has said that learning is a continuous process and one should make proper use of every available forum to learn, acquire more knowledge and keep updating oneself about the recent developments in the chosen field of interest.

He was speaking after inaugurating a three-day workshop on film-making organised by  Dasara Film Festival Sub-Committee at Rani Bahaddur Auditorium yesterday.

Addressing film production enthusiasts including Actors and Directors, he said that be it acting, direction or any other facet of film-making, it is important to make proper use all available forums to learn and update about the recent developments in the field. “Then only you reach your goal and realise your dreams,” he added.

Dasara Film Festival Special Officer R. Shesha, Information and Public Relations Assistant Director                            T.K. Harish and others were present on the occasion.


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