Kohima, 9 October (MTNews): The Film and Television Institute of India (FTII), Pune, in collaboration with the Department of Information & Public Relations, Nagaland will conduct a 10-day training program in Screen Acting for Scheduled Tribe (ST) participants residing in Nagaland. The training is scheduled to take place from 30 October to 10 November 2023.

The training will cover various topics, including the Movement of Actors, Improvisation, Voice/Speech/Diction, Monologue, Physical Culture, Sense Memory and Imagination, Observation and Character Study, Technical Aspects of Screen Acting, and more.

The resource person for this training will be Anita Salim, an FTII Pune alumnus with extensive experience in acting, mentoring, and production. She has performed in various plays, conducted workshops for students, amateurs, and professionals since 1984, and co-founded The Phoenix Players. Salim is also known for her work in costume design, mime, dance, storytelling, and her pioneering role in Prithvi Summertime Theatre for Children since 1992. She served as the resource person during the first phase of online training.

The training will take place at the Directorate of Information & Public Relations in Kohima.

To be eligible for participation, candidates must belong to the Scheduled Tribe and be 18 years of age or older. While there is no course fee, participants are required to pay Rs. 1,000/- at the time of registration.

Interested candidates have been asked to send their details along with their ST Certificate to iprnagaland@gmail.com or contact 88611 60084.

The last date for submission is October 25, 2023. Certificates will be issued by FTII upon successful completion of the course. It was further informed that no TA (Travel Allowance) and DA (Daily Allowance) will be provided.

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