Archive for June, 2010

IPBF’S Documentary Film On Commonwealth Games 2010

June 29, 2010

Noida:

IPBF Documentary Film

29th June

The International Public Broadcasting Forum has announced documentary on the 100 days of Queen’s Baton Relay which started from Wagah Boarder and will finish in New Delhi.

“It is our honor and privilege to be part of Commonwealth Games 2010, that has induced us to go head with the making of another documentary on the ‘Queen’s Baton Relay 100 days’” said Sandeep Marwah President of Marwah Studios and Chairperson of International Public Broadcasting Forum while appreciating the film makers team which has already started covering Queen’s Baton Relay from last few days.

“I am enjoying coordinating this documentary from Delhi and will see to it that all those precious moments must be recorded which need to be the part of this Documentary” said R.K.Singh Vice President of International Public Broadcasting Forum.

This Documentary will be other than the part of the Multi Media agreement which Marwah Studios has signed with the Organizing Committee of Commonwealth Games 2010.

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Radio Noida Will Cover Commonwealth Games For 100 Days

June 24, 2010

 

Radio Noida 107.4FM, a subsidiary of Marwah Studios and part of Asian Education Group preparing and gearing up  to cover Commonwealth Games 2010 everyday and will start its special programs on this great International event

“We are very excited to be associated with Commonwealth Games 2010 and we have decided to cover the games and all associated events everyday starting from the entry of baton from Wagah Boarder on 25 june to the end of the games” said Sandeep Marwah the renowned international personality and President of Marwah Studios to the large media gathering on receiving the official agreement from the Organizing Committee of XIX Commonwealth Games 2010, Delhi under the Chairman ship of Suresh Kalmadi.

“The special studios have been setup to give live as well as recorded coverage to this mega event” said R.K.Singh Dean Asian School of Media Studies and Vice President of Organizing Committee on Commonwealth Games by Marwah Studios.

We have inducted new work force to coop up the work for the next 100 days and our representative of Radio Noida will move with the Queen’s baton Relay to cover every event related to CWG.” said Bharahm Parkash station Director Radio Noida.

Marwah Studios Committed To Commonwealth Games For 100 Days

June 23, 2010

Marwah Studios Join Hands With Commonwealth Games

 

 “Now we are committed to Commonwealth Games 2010 for 100 days after being officially appointed as the Multi Media Supporters to XIX Commonwealth Games Delhi, 2010 after signing an official agreement with the organizing committee.” said Sandeep Marwah renowned International Media personality and President of Marwah Studios.

After crossing 70 countries 1,70,000 km over 240 days, the Queen’s baton relay for the XIX Commonwealth Games will reach India on Friday. The baton will enter India from Pakistan through the Wagah-Attari Border on June 25 at 9.25 am. After a grand ceremony, the baton’s national relay will kicked off. The theme of the event is Friendship through sports.

The Multi-Media Teams ( Print, Radio, TV, Internet and Film ) of Marwah Studios will move with the baton and will visit all 28 states and 7 Union territories of India over next 100 days. More than 5000 baton bearers will relay it across 200 cities. This is the longest Queen’s baton relay ever in the history of Commonwealth Games, said Suresh Kalmadi chairman of organizing Committee.

The baton will arrive in Delhi on September 30, after three day relay in the capital the baton will be docked at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium during the opening ceremony.

Commonwealth Games 2010 multi media control room camp has been established at Marwah Studios, Film City Noida under the Vice President ship of R.K.Singh who will control 100 days operations.

Marwah Studios Will Provide Volunteers For Commonwealth Games 2010

June 22, 2010

 

All the institutions working under Marwah Studios Creative Enterprises including AAFT Asian Academy of Film And Television, ABS Asian Business School, ASMS Asian School Of Media Studies, ASGA Asian School Of Graphics and Animation and ASPA Asian School of Performing Arts have joined hands with the working committee for providing Media Volunteers to the forthcoming Commonwealth Games 2010 in Delhi.

“We are not only excited but feeling proud to be associated with the Games. We will be part of the history which is going to take place in Delhi from 3rdth Oct to 14th Oct. 2010” said Sandeep Marwah President of Marwah Studios.

The special training has been organized for the 100 media students by the organizing committee of Common Wealth Games so that they can assist and help all the foreign media teams arriving from different countries of the world to cover this mega event in New Delhi.

The Queen’s Baton Relay 2010 Delhi is the unifying force for all irrespective of caste and creed repeated Upasna Singhal, Director RHB Relations broadcasting of Broadcasting Committee CWG. Friendship through sports is the theme of baton’s arrival at Wagah Border. The baton will unite the whole country as it will pass through 28 states and 7 union territories of the country.

Sandeep Marwah has nominated R.K.Singh the former Engineer in Chief Doordarshan and Dean Asian School of Media Studies as Vice President, Organizing Committee, Commonwealth Games, Delhi 2010 of Marwah studios.

Film Premiere By International Children’s Film Forum

June 7, 2010
KIDS IN FILM MAKING
FILMS FOR CHILDREN

Film Premiere By International Children’s Film forum

After the long tiring twelve working days of film learning, the kids were more than excited to look at their final product at Big-Cinema screen to celebrate the premiere of Children’s film at Noida jointly organized by International Children’s Film Forum and Cine Darbar for the who’s who of the city.

The films were produced by International Public Broadcasting Forum for the Children and Written, Acted and Directed by the young film makers themselves under the guidance of Supriya Suri, Anuj Malhotra and Nitesh Rohit of Cine Darbar. The film facilities were provided by Marwah Studios.

“We have to work a lot in this segment, where school students should understand the value of visual media, and use this medium not only to express themselves but also to uplift the society through better cinema.” said Sandeep Marwah President of Marwah studios, a creative enterprises and Chairperson of IPBF as well as ICFF while inaugurating the film premiere.

“I congratulate the young aspirants of film making, and wish them a bright future in this beautiful glamorous field of Cinema” said R.K.Singh Dean ASMS and Vice President of International Broadcasting Forum.

“I am impressed by the wonderful ideas these kids have generated, and their hard work can been seen through these films” said Gurbir Grewal, Jt. Director AAFT and Vice President of International Children’s Film Forum.

In total five films were screened and every director was given an opportunity to interact with the huge gathering in the hall .Later Sandeep Marwah presented certificates to all the participants.

International Film And Television Research Centre Starts New Media Researches

June 6, 2010
IFTRC

IFTRC

International Film & Television Research Centre (IFTRC) is the first film and television research centre in the private sector in India. It is affiliated with Marwah Studios and Asian Academy of Film & TV located at Noida Film City.

“Mass Media is known to shape thought, change attitudes and move people to action. The potential of film for facilitating development or damaging the society is indeed enormous. The same can be said for power of television in shaping peoples lives” said Prof. Harshvardhan, Vice President of IFTRC.

“Communicating to the audience is a challenge. Communicator not only must know what to communicate but also how to communicate to be able to influence the audience who possess diverse character. The effective communicator cannot rely on hunches and intuition to capture and hold the attention of the mass-audience.” said Sandeep Marwah, President of Marwah Studios a Creative Enterprises “He has to interact with the audience to seek their input.”  Marwah added.

International Film & television Research Centre (IFTRC) will address itself to this complex task of conducting research with the audience on programming and its effectiveness. It will encourage and popularize the concept of mass media and will train media researchers to aid better TV programming and film making.

IFTRC is working with aims like :advancement of Film and Television productions, raising of professional standards of film making and television production, creating awareness about responsive and responsible film and TV production, continuing review of professional codes and ethics set by the professional and regulatory bodies for film-makers and television training, arranging scholarships, awards, facilitating attachment to film and television production houses for the purpose of research, conducting short term and long term training courses on media research, organizing debates, seminars, symposia and workshop on various subjects relating to film and television, publishing papers, reports and books relating to research on film & television and launching a journal of Media research.