Urban Spaces through Film & Context - A Visual Medium Workshop
Suchitra Cinema & Cultural Academy, Banashankari Stage II

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  • Sense of Place
  • The Notion of Home
  • Rapid Urban Developments


974 257 2100


We would love to work with filmmakers / photographers from Bangalore in a practical way. After a theoretical / conceptual introduction we would like to shoot with the participants (or send them out for shooting).
In a second stage we would like to watch, review and maybe edit (depending on the available technical possibilities) the material. So the number of the participants also depends on the available shooting equipment. It would also be possible to work with the "Bring-your-own-device" concept.

In the workshop, we will deal with the following subjects: the sense of place,
the notion of home
and the on-going rapid urban developments in Bangalore through a very personal perspective.

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Starting from Rs 0 per person for 2 days, 1 night with cab and accommodation

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Shop No. 36, 9th Main, B V Karanth Road, Near Post Office, 9th Main Road, Banashankari Stage II, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560070, India

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