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Subhash Ghai’s Whistling Woods International ties up with top tech Cos

24-May-2006
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Subhash Ghai’s Whistling Woods International ties up with top tech Cos

Filmmaker Subhash Ghai’s dream project ‘Whistling Woods International’ (WWI), set to be Asia’s largest film, TV, animation and media arts institute, has announced the names of the top-notch technology brands allied with the institute to provide the finest schooling to the generation next.

The institute has partnered with Apple, Digidesign, AMD, nVidia, Seneca, ToonBoom, Sony, Belden, Sennheiser, and Nortel among others, to provide the students the very best in technology advancements.

WWIL provides specialisations in direction, screenwriting, editing, acting, business of film and television, cinematography, art and technique of animation and sound recording and design.

Said Ghai, Chairman, Whistling Woods International, “At Whistling Woods, we are looking forward to arming the students with in-depth technology information, operating techniques and technical aptitude to enter the global entertainment industry. Through our well-respected faculty of working professionals from the industry, we believe that our students can learn the art of story telling and the optimum use of technology for the same. With a good balance between creativity and technology, producing the best work, India will emerge as a major player in the international film, television, animation and media arts industry.”

Based in Film City (Goregaon, Mumbai) and promoted by Mukta Arts Ltd., Whistling Woods International will provide world-class training across all technical and creative aspects of filmmaking and television and animation in its first phase with regular two-year intensive hands on training and develop a research and development centre in software.

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