FILMIT India- Multicultural project launched by Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH)
Dharav High School students, Vaishnavi Acharya and Ishita Gupta of Class VI bagged the ‘Best Visual’ for a short film Gangaur, and Gaitore Ke Chatriya filmed by Vanessa Sagadevan of Class VIII won the ‘Best Narration' award in the FILMIT India, a multicultural project aiming at nurturing cultural understanding, care and concern amongst students, launched by Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH). Navya Sharma of Class VI, Pranjal Gujrani and Anya Chahar of Class VIII also participated in it.
The enthusiastic team of students got an opportunity to learn the technicalities of film making, editing, and merging the scenes with sound track.
Of the five films made by the students ‘Booj’ is a film on a village of Rajasthan; ‘Gangaur’, a festival of Rajasthan; ‘The Beauty of Taj’, a tale of the architectural wonder; ‘Gitte’ on an indigenous game ; and ‘Gaitore Ke Chatriya’, is on a royal cremation site.
The school Principal, Ms Seema Sehajpal congratulated the students and expressed satisfaction on the school's initiative in bringing out the best in the students by showing its commitment for experiential learning.