On the third day of the film festival, multiple interesting events have taken place where the Masterclass by Bishwadeesh has impressed the movie-goers.
"The basic idea and objective behind film festivals are for like-minded people to share their opinions and watch films on a big screen," says Prakash Magdum, the director of the National Film Archive of India at the International Film Festival of India.
During the film festival, filmmaker Bishwadeesh Chatarjee took a masterclass on sound designing. He said, "The evolution of sound engineering was a gradual process but it turned out to be very crucial with time. People would relate to the characters in silent films but not with the environment, because of the lack of sound. A very important part of sound engineering is also being updated, not just with the present but also the past. Our world constantly changes and the sound associated with it does too."
Also, N. Vidyashankar, the Artistic Director of the Bengaluru International Film Festival at #IFFI2019 open forum opened up on the importance of film festivals. "Film festivals are needed to make the films not present in market access. Also, the masterclasses and sessions help students and enthusiasts learn film making"
The film festival has already garnered enough attention and we may expect more attendance from the coming year.