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FTII

Film and Television Institute of India

Facilities
Pune
Maharashtra
Accredited By
NA
Established Date
1960
NA
Total Students
None
Type
Rs. 32450 - Rs. 35450 ( Annually)
Fees Range

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Film and Television Institute of India is situated at Law College Road, Pune - 411 004, (Maharashtra) INDIA in Pune.

All Courses

Courses Offered

Post Graduate Diploma in Direction & Screenplay Writing
  • 3 Years
  • Post Graduate Diploma-P.G.D.M.
  • Media Films / Mass Communication
  • Rs. 32450 (Annually)
Post Graduate Diploma in Sound Recording and Sound Design
  • 3 Years
  • Post Graduate Diploma-P.G.D.M.
  • Media Films / Mass Communication
  • Rs. 32450 (Annually)
Post Graduate Diploma in Editing
  • 3 Years
  • Post Graduate Diploma-P.G.D.M.
  • Media Films / Mass Communication
  • Rs. 32450 (Annually)
Post Graduate Diploma in Acting
  • 2 Years
  • Post Graduate Diploma-P.G.D.M.
  • Media Films / Mass Communication
  • Rs. 35450 (Annually)

Film and Television Institute of India - FTII

Established as 'Film Institute of India' in 1960 on the erstwhile Prabhat Studio premises at Pune, FTII boasts of a rich legacy in quality Indian cinema. The Prabhat Studios were declared heritage sites by the Pune Municipal Corporation and are used by the students to this day. The Institute was renamed 'The Film and Television Institute of India' in 1971. The Television Wing, earlier located at the Mandi House, New Delhi was shifted to Pune in the early seventies, bringing together the training in film and television under a common roof. At its inception in 1974, the Television wing was concerned with the provision of in-service training to personnel from Doordarshan. This Wing has in recent years launched a one-year course in Television. The Institute has come a long way from its humble beginnings. Today, the FTII is commonly regarded as a center of excellence across the world. Films made by the students of the Institute have enjoyed excellent receptions in festivals in India and abroad and have gone on to win National and International awards.  The alumni of the FTII have left an indelible imprint across all facets of Indian Cinema and television and have built an excellent reputation in its allied industries. The FTII is an autonomous body under the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting of the Government of India. Its policies are determined by a Governing Council. The latter appoints the director of the institute.The FTII is a member of CILECT, an international association of film schools.

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Achievements

FTII AWARDS

Facilities

FTII INFRASTRUCTURE

100%

Placement

8 Type Courses Available

  • 4 PG Courses
  • 4 Certificate Courses

Awards

The FTII student films have always made their impressions and won a number of awards at various film festivals and other events held in India and abroad. The number of awards bagged by FTII student films is mention below:

  • Renu sawant- Best FTII Student for Pune International Film Festival (PIFF) 2012
  • Best Sound for Whistling Woods International Student Film Competition (a section of the Pune International Film Festival (PIFF) 2012
  • Gold Award in Documentary category and for Sound Gold and Camera Silver in Technical Awards in 4th Cut.In Students’ Video Festival, Mumbai 2011
  • Technical Awards in Camera Gold and Sound Silver 4th Cut.In Students’ Video Festival, Mumbai 2011
  • PATTON award for Best Indian Film, 9th Kalpanirjhar International Short Fiction Film Festival, Kolkata

Film and Television Institute of India Placements

2

Visiting Companies

100%

Student Placement

Infrastructure

Film and Television Institute of India

The FTII is well-equipped with the most up-to-date equipment. Students initially work with the low-end equipment and gradually get to use the advanced equipment through demonstrations and individual practicals.

There are two Film studio floors - Studio I & II - of dimensions 175 ft X 80 ft and 97 ft X 51 ft respectively. There are 4 Nos. of 35 mm Cameras and 4 Nos. of 16 mm cameras for film shooting and the video cameras from the low-end to the high-end digital models. The HMI type of lights are now routinely available to the students.

Similarly Film editing facilities include and array of Moviolas and Steenboks and for video editing the facilities available are from the low-end to high-end. At another level, there are the nonlinear editing systems.

In Sound department the Institute has sufficient number of nagras, an exclusive Sound studio dubbing with rock-n-roll projection facilities and it has recently acquired the Harrison audio mixing console too.

On the television side, there are two Television studios - Studio I & II - of dimensions 60 ft X 40 ft X 22 ft and 50 ft X 40 ft X 22 ft fitted with the state-of-the art facilities. The studios are fitted with motorized lighting systems, computer-driven martin special effect facilities, follow Spots etc. One studio is fitted with digital broadcast quality studio camera chain. There are multilingual character generators (CGs) and computer-driven tele-prompt facilities among the accessories. Ultimate chrome-keyer is another pride possession of the Television wing.
The Institute has a full-fledged Graphics Department ready to offer inputs and the department has acquired O2 Silicon Graphics facility for use in its working.

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