Touch, a one minute video, produced under the banner of Indywood has been qualified for the prestigious International Academy of Television, Arts and Science's JCS International Young Creatives Award (IATAS-Emmy Awards). The Indian short film was qualified from lots of entries received from 31 countries.
“We always encourage young talents and promote their innovative ideas. The selection to Emmy awards is a remarkable achievement and our team with their passion to movies has made our country proud on international platform. Opportunities galore in entertainment industry and youngsters should come forward to tap its immense potential,” said Indywood Founder Director Sohan Roy.
The shooting of Touch, scripted and directed by Ananthu Dileep Kurup, based on the theme "Women Peacemaker” was wrapped up in just 14 hours. Vishnu Puthiyaparambath wielded the camera whereas the editing is done by Mahesh Ravindran. Anujith KA supervised sound effects and mixing. Godwin Thomas handled music department.
The JCS International Young Creatives Award is a competition designed to discover, recognize and foster young talents from around the world while creating a global conversation around Peace.
10 billion US dollar Project Indywood, spearheaded by Hollywood Director Sohan Roy, aims at elevating Indian Film Industry to global standards in the next five years through a consortium of 2000 Indian billionaires and corporates. The Rs 70,000 crore Project Indywood aims at initiating 10,000 new 4K projection multiplex screens, 100,000 2K/4K projection home cinemas, 8K/4Kfilm studios, 100 animation/VFX studios and film schools conforming to international standards.
Sohan Roy added that Indywood Talent Hunt is an exclusive platform for youngsters to showcase their talents and should utilize it maximum.
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