Hello There. Firstly let me tell you that you have approached the right platform for getting career guidance. You have done graduation in pharmacy and now you would like to get into fil making, directing, etc. I think looking at this, I would like to recommend you to first introspect and find out whether you want to do your career in films just because of watching films and getting carried off by the glamour, sex and richiness in the industry or you are really interested and have passion in films and acting, etc.? Also I would like to recommend you to speak to your parents and also see what is

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Hi Film is probably the broadest and most varied creative opportunity in mass media. The field of film making which is highly competitive is one that has a lot of scope for employment opportunities . Courses which you can pursue are:Post Graduate Diploma in Cinema (Direction & Screenplay) Diploma in film making PG Diploma in Film Direction Best film making institutes are:[Film and Television Institute of India][1] (FTII) Pune[Whistling Woods International][2] ,mumbai[Zee Institute of Media Arts][3](ZIMA) ,mumbai[Satyajit Ray Films and Television Institute][4] ,kolkata[Center for Research

Wow.. You have a vast experience and your topic for the feature film too is unique.A such since you are into the industry, you may be well aware that, there are a lot of creative people in the industry with unique ideas, but are unable to fund their projects as it is a rat-race there.The only question I have in mind here is, are you fine with being at the backend and not wanting your name in the forefront like being a Psedo writer or director.If that is the case then you could approach the film fraternity like SRK group or Anupam Kher or Ashutosh Gowarikar, Aamir Khan they are mainly into the

Hi You can take up Film making courses. Institutes providing such courses are;Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) Whistling Woods International Zee Institute of Media Arts(ZIMA)Satyajit Ray Films and Television InstituteCenter for Research in Art of Film and Television (CRAFT)L V Prasad Film and TV Academy Flash Frame Visuals Academy of Film & Video Editing Delhi Film Institute Most of the courses offered are after graduation. So, its good to finish the graduation with good marks.Good luck

Dear Aspirant, The Institutes suggested by Ms. Meghna are prefect. Hope you are pretty sure that you wish to do your career in film and media. First a graduation is most required and then a PG Diploma or Masters in Media / Film Making / Directing / Cinematography is recommended. Best wishes

Dear Aspirant, Being an about to become Engineer you have a good chance to get good jobs in engineering field. However, it appears that you took admission in Engineering not with interest and due to some compulsion or some other notion at that time and now you have realised that engineering is not your cup of tea. However getting graduate is always beneficial and recommended and if you are getting graduated as an engineer, it is good. Whistling Woods is one of the premier Institutes for media and film making. You can surely go ahead if you feel that you wont be interested in engineering for li

Dear Aspirant, Nice that you are planning to do film making course after graduation. Graduation should be done and then it is recommended that you do those courses. I would suggest you to pursue best course for making your career in film and television. I would suggest you to do courses from Film & Television Institute of India (FTII), Pune. The Institute is the top in India and has many creative courses which will interest you. www.ftiindia.com is the website you can visit. Best wishes

Dear Aspirant, If would be beneficial if you course from Film and Television Institute of India, Pune where you will also have other options. Hope you have decided firmly that film and media is your career sector. However, it is important for me to know the basic details of the current education level you are in and what are your career aspirations, interests, etc. Please do let me know the above details and I shall definitely help you in shaping your career. Having a basic graduation is essential. Best wishes

Dear Aspirant, Being an about to become Engineer you have a good chance to get good jobs in engineering field. However, it appears that you took admission in Engineering not with interest and due to some compulsion or some other notion at that time and now you have realised that engineering is not your cup of tea. However getting graduate is always beneficial and recommended and if you are getting graduated as an engineer, it is good. Whistling Woods is one of the premier Institutes for media and film making. You can surely go ahead if you feel that you wont be interested in engineering for li