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a good to enhance English writing skills...."Nuances of Journalistic Writing" by senior journalist Raza Elahi is a perfect book for aspiring media studets/young journalists... it is available at Rs 126 on mediahive (dot) co (dot)in . or email at mediahive1(at)gmail(dot)comPosted by abh , Thu 07 Feb 2013
You know what you want to be in life. All you need is to know the right path. It’s passion that makes a filmmaker do marvellous work. A filmmaker gets behind the camera and tells a story through it. The story may be written by him/her, it could be an adaptation of a successful book or the remake of another successful film, or it could be the documentation of a remarkable journey, e.g. the transformation of ostracised cleft-lip.
If you want to be one of the greatest filmmakers, you can start right now. Participate in dramatics in school and college. Join a film school to learn the technicalities, as films today use advanced visual effects. Become an assistant director to a filmmaker. Learn the job well and then go independent. Ali founded Iptida, the dramatics society of Hindu College, and was a part of Act One theatre group in Delhi.
Posted by HTCampus Expert , Sat 16 Feb 2013