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CineMaestro Take 3 (2019) Workshops at Chitkara International School

Chitkara International School in association with Cinevidya-Mumbai aimed to immerse the tricity students in the ‘joy and magic of cinema’ and to celebrate the tenacity of budding filmmakers.’ 3 days long workshop followed by mega film festival and award ceremony of CineMaestro-Take 3 has come to a prosperous close with wonderful use of filmmaking as a learning tool among tricity students. Raghubir Yadav, an Indian film, stage and television actor, music composer, singer and set designer, graced the event as the honourable chief guest. Mr. Yadav who has garnered two International Awards as Best Actor for Massey Sahib, FIPRESCI Critic’s Award, Venice Film Festival, 1986 and the IFFI Best Actor Award (Male): Silver Peacock Award (only Indian actor to have received) at the 11th International Film Festival of India, judged the short films along with Mr Amitabha Singh. The school witnessed innumerable submissions of short films on various genres and novice ideas. Every entry of CineMaestro Take 3 was incredible. Movie titled “Trophy”, by Bhavan Vidyalaya Panchkula stood 1st.Saupin’s School’s (Chandigarh) movie named “Ab… Bas..” held position 2nd. The 3rd position was seized by Banyan Tree School for the movie “A middle school girl”. The Gurukul Panchkula, took the title “Best Actor” for the movie “Pehchaan”. Amidst this, the title of “Best Story” was bestowed on Carmel Convent School for the movie “Destined”. St. Kabir Public School seized the title, “Best Production” for the short film “Anukampa”. Furthermore, Chitkara International School was applauded and conferred with the title “Emerging Film makers” for “The Mystery Room” and it captured “Special Mention” for remarkable short film, “Time Follows”.

CineMaestro Take 3 (2019)

CineMaestro Take 2 (2018)

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