<![CDATA[ Every year, the Department of Mass Media and Mass Communication, Indraprastha College for Women, University of Delhi, organizes its annual media festival, Parampara. This year, PARAMPARA will be held from 28 February, 2013 to 5 March, 2013. Day 1 and Day 2: 28 February & 1 March, 2013 The festival started with On-the-Spot Filmmaking Competition, where student teams make their film in a span of two hours. These films will be then screened among an audience comprising of more than 300 film enthusiasts and judged on the basis of content and technical concepts. Day 3: 2 March, 2013 Day 3 includes various Inter-College Competitions like the VJ Hunt, Q-MAT (Quiz on movies, advertisements and Television)and Debate. These competitions invite students to rattle their brains, knock on their creative side and win attractive prizes. Day 4 and Day 5: 4 & 5 March, 2013: Day 4 starts with the inauguration of ‘FRAME POLITIK’, a photography competition cum exhibition, featuring both competitive and non-competitive sections. Students will be judged by esteemed jury members. This will be followed by the 9th edition of MISE-EN-SCENE, the annual International Students’ Film Festival. It includes the screening of movies made by students and judged by an esteemed jury. The resounding success of the last editions gave students an opportunity to catch a glimpse of the works of some noted filmmakers. In the past, we have screened movies by film makers like Mr.AnandPatwardhan, Mr.RohitShetty, Mr.Anand Gandhi, Mr.AnuragKashyap, Mr Mike Pandey and Mr. Anwar Jamal. This year, we are going to screen ‘Twittamentary’directed by Tan SiokSiok and ‘Beware Dogs’ by SpandanBannerjee. The college has previously had entries from colleges and universities both at the national and international level, including London Film Academy; School of Liberal Arts, Pakistan; Film School Zlin, Czech Republic; Hamburg Media School, Germany; Savannah College, United States of America; Film and Television Institute of India, Pune; L V Prasad Film & Television Academy, Chennai etc. Students’ films are screened in the long films and short films sections, in the fiction, non-fiction and animation sub-categories. ]]>
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