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BAG Films opens international media school at Noida

08-July-2004
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BAG Films opens international media school at Noida

Production house BAG Films, has opened an international media school in collaboration with the Missouri School of Journalism, USA, named International School of Media & Entertainment Studies (iSOMES) at Noida. The institute will start admissions from July 7, 2004.

Anurradha Prasad, Managing Director, says iSOMES will offer short and long duration courses in media and entertainment including production, direction, editing, graphics and special effects, scripting and dialogue, acting, etc. The structure, design and content of the courses are based on the latest industry requirements, she said.

Eminent personalities like Neeta Ambani, Chairman, Reliance International School and social worker, Amit Khanna, Chairman, Reliance Entertainment, Amit Mitra, Secretary General, FICCI, Rajdeep Sardesai, Managing Editor, NDTV, and RK Mishra, Chairman, Observer Research Foundation, are part of the international Advisory Board of iSOMES.

Prof Phill Brooks and Prof Roger Gafke from Missouri School of Journalism are the American members of the International Advisory Board of iSOMES.

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