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Film and Video CommunicationGDPDPGDPD

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What is Film and Video Communication?

Film as a medium, is closest to reality, and mirrors every aspect of the human experience.  Film-making is telling a story through moving images. India is rich in living traditions and stories, and provides a vast live laboratory for film-makers.

What do I learn at NID?

The first year of the Undergraduate Programme at NID is the Foundation Programme. This rigorous programme ensures students are well-versed with all aspects of design, and their understanding of design basics is thorough. The Foundation Programme includes courses such as Colour, Form, Geometry, Design Concepts and Concerns, Environmental Perception, and many more inputs including field trips. After the Foundation Programme students join different disciplines based on their choice, aptitude, and Grade Point Average.

The NID trains film students in the classical film-making tradition and in short films. Film-making is at once at the centre of design, and at the periphery of it. Being in NID, the students grow to become design-informed film-makers. Film-making is multi-disciplinary in nature, involving costume, space, light, camera, graphic design, and furniture. Design as an activity comes together in cinema. The film course introduces communication and social theory, and the language and technology of film and video. Through projects students are exposed to all roles and responsibilities of the film-maker.

Where do film students from NID work?

Films today in India are smarter, stories are better, and technique is on par with the best in the world. India's rich regional cinema lends diversity, and at the same time reinforces the Indian identity through film. NID graduates go on to create ad film, documentaries, feature films, and television content.

Eligibility For GDPD

Students who have passed or who will appear for qualifying examinations under the Higher Secondary (10+2) or equivalents like AISSCE/ IB/ ISC during the academic year of admission are eligible to apply for GDPD.

Eligibility for PGDPD
Degree in any discipline, OR Diploma in Design (under 10+2+4yr)

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