7 Days Film Orientation Course Promoted by the Film & Television Institute of India (FTII) concluded at Kilkari Bihar Bal Bhavan, Patna, Bihar. Total 72 participants made 9 short films during the workshop.
On occasion of the closing ceremony of Film Making Workshop at 03 PM at Kilkari Auditorium Films- 1) Study with Play 2) Bigu 3) Flying Friends 4) Infancy of Scarcity 5) Kajari 6) Chiku 7) The View and Aalsi Pati and 8) Aadat made by children were presented.
Dr. G. B. Singh, Associate Professor, FTII said, on listening name of ‘Kilkari’, feel good in mind. Kilkari children became very familiar with technical words. Short Film Making is very hard work. In this workshop, you children learned the grammar of Film Making.
Vinod Anupam said Films made from the heart cannot be reviewed. Do not tell your deficiencies to the viewer, fix yourself. All the flavors are there in the films made by Kilkari children.
Shri Anand Kumar, Additional Secretary, Art, Culture and Youth Department, Govt. of Bihar said, there is lots of creativity in Kilkari. All children's script is very tied-up and children have used the camera very well. Congratulations to all children for this.
Ritesh Taksande, Film Making Training Course Director, FTII, made Filmmaker to children by imparting training to them. He said, Kilkari is a unique place in India, where there is a creative and positive environment on every side.
Mrs. Jyoti Parihar, Director, Kilkari gave many blessings to all the children and said, you children have started a new work. There will be more happiness in Kilkari.