Mangaluru: St Agnes College organizes educational trip to IFFI, Goa

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Mangaluru, Nov 29: The Department of Journalism and Mass Communication, St Agnes College (Autonomous), Mangaluru organized a study tour to Goa for the students to gain a new learning experience.

A total of 15 students attended the study tour. The students departed on November 25 and returned on November 27. The 53rd International Film Festival of India, Goa, also known as IFFI, was held from November 20 to 28. The students also attended the nine-day long festival where different movies were screened every day apart from talk shows and discussions from experts in their own fields.

Various films which are acclaimed in different genres and languages were screened during the film festival. Movies such as Venus, Interactions When Cinema looks to Nature and Discussions such as Master class on Academy Color Encoding System (ACES) with Joachin Zeliand Steven Tobenkin, Oscar Academy were attended by the students. The students watched each movie and discussions were held in detail about the meticulously captured details and ideas hidden in the movies. The students understood the amount of work that is put behind the scenes while making the movies which were explained in detail during the discussions. The day was well spent on learning more in the field of films.




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