Both FTII and IIMC would provide quality education and training to the youth in film-making. According to PTI reports, Naidu gave this information during a review meeting with the officers of the Information and Broadcast ministry about the programmes and policies in north-east. He said that institutes would serve as media training hub for the north east region.
The permanent campus of IIMC in Aizwal will be developed at an estimated cost of Rs. 25 crore.
Talking about the numerous film festivals which were organized by I&B ministry in the region, Naidu said that cinema is a powerful medium which sends across the message of peace and development in the region. The ministry recently concluded the National Children's Film Festival (NCFF) in Guwahati where value-based, and award winning films from the Children's Film Society catalogue were shown.
(With Inputs from Press Trust of India)
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