For the last five years, Netflix India has been entertaining audiences in India through its OTT platform. Through this platform, the audience got to see many international shows.
Netflix India has brought a golden opportunity
Netflix India (Netflix India) took ‘Ten’ (Take Ten) Short Film Workshop by name and the competition organized with the same (Short Film Work Shop) has been announced. The motive behind this announcement of Netflix is to find writers and promote the budding filmmakers of this country living in every corner of India. As part of this initiative by Netflix India, 10 filmmakers will participate in workshops of the best in the creative industry and then a select few will be given a chance to make short films with a grant of $10,000.
For the first time such a workshop will be held in India
The short film made by the new producer will be shown on Netflix India’s YouTube channel. ‘Take Ten’ This venture is sponsored by ‘Netflix Fund for Creative Equity’. With the aim of promoting new talent, this organization is spending 100 million dollars annually for the last 5 years. This time he has given a chance to Bharatoy Creators.
Will get the guidance of experts
“Take ten new creators are going to be given a chance to tell the story. All these participating contestants will also get the guidance of national and international experts. Film critic and writer Anupama Chopra says that I hope the ‘Take Ten’ initiative will help artists from across India to grow and show their existence.
Know who can join ‘Tech Ten’
- Any Indian citizen residing in India can take part in this competition.
- The registration of Tech Ten will start from 7th February 2022 on this website www.taketen.in. To join this ‘Workshop’, a 2-minute short film will have to be made on the subject of ‘My India’. This short film will have to be shot from your mobile. The one who comes first will be given priority.
- Selected contestants will not only get a chance to make their short film but will also get the guidance of stalwarts like Abhishek Chaubey, Hansal Mehta, Juhi Chaturvedi, Neeraj Ghaiwan and Guneet Monga.
- Working behind the camera gives you the confidence to stand in front of the camera. It will be interesting to see how this Netflix India effort to give a platform to the new generation who bring their stories to the world, will get the response.
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