MIT School of Film & Television
MIT School of Film & Television, Pune, India is committed to create and nurture the finest film professionals in the country. The degree courses have an optimal blend of traditional filmmaking aesthetics as well as practical knowledge, with considerable industry exposure, and hands-on training powered by evolving technology. Students can specialize to be a Film Director, Cinematographer, Editor, Sound Designer, or a Screen Play Writer as per their skills and interests. MIT School of Film & Television has two distinct advantages over other film schools in India. One, being a constituent of MIT- Art Desin and Technology University, it is part of a sprawling and scenic riverside campus which is ideal for visual creative endeavors of its students who come from all over India. Two, MIT-SFT students get to make friends and closely interact with other similarly creative, artistic and technology driven students of other constituents of MIT Art, Design & Technology University: Institute of Design, Sangeet Kala Academy, College of Architecture, School of Broadcasting & Journalism. For MITSFT students, this is an incredible opportunity to learn and network with learners from around the world on the plush 125-acre campus spread across the stunning outdoor locations of Rajbaug where the legend Raj Kapoor conceptualized, planned, wrote and shot his illustrious films. MIT-SFT offers world-class in house production facilities. As a director, producer and star, Raj Kapoor (1924-88) became one of India's leading filmmakers during the so-called "golden age" of Indian cinema in the first two decades following the nation's independence in 1947.