Educational Approach


Ronkel's Educational Approach is World Leading

SIR DANIEL DAY LEWIS (3 times Best Actor Oscar Winner) APPRECIATES RONKEL'S EDUCATIONAL APPROACH

Sir Daniel Day Lewis, the only actor is the history of world cinema to win 3 Best Actor Oscars along with 3 Nominations for the same, appreciated our teaching approach immensely. Our idea of self discovery and systematic approach to find the soul of the character or story resonated with him very strongly. During his interaction with our Academic Director, Mr. Swadhin Padhy at Birmingham City University in UK, he further emphasized how it has always been of utmost importance for him to find the soul of the character before he starts shooting. Impressed by our innovative modules and genuine approach, he even wrote a personal note for our institute and our students.

CAMERA DOESN’T MAKE FILMS.
CAMERA DOESN’T ACT.
MIC DOESN’T DELIVER DIALOGUES.
SOFTWARE DOESN’T EDIT FOOTAGES OR MIX SOUNDS ON ITS OWN.
IT IS YOU WHO ACT, DIRECT, CINEMATOGRAPH, EDIT & COMPOSE.
IT IS YOU WHO MAKES THE FILM.
“IT IS WITH THE USE OF RIGHT COMBINATION OF YOUR BRAIN & HEART THAT CREATIVITY TAKES BIRTH
&
TECHNOLOGY IS JUST A TOOL TO EXECUTE WHAT YOU HAVE ALREADY ENVISIONED.”

Hence, we, at Ronkel Media Education & Research Institute, focus more on the human than the machine. All of our courses start with the fundamental question of, Who am I? Understanding the self brings clarity in the student. He can differentiate between the creator and the audience in him. He gets to explore all the faculties involved in creativity. The sheer pleasure of creating something is experienced by him. He discovers the true purpose behind his creative work. Slowly and steadily with the guidance of our expert faculties and unique teaching methodology, the student is groomed to develop a highly creative acumen. He gets equipped to apply the right combination of his brain & heart in the domain he is specializing in.

It is only after building a strong creative foundation that we train them to use the required technological tools for executing their creative vision. Therefore, the students do not get overwhelmed by the fancy machineries and equipments, rather they learn to rely more on their own creative instinct and use the technology just for execution. They learn to become resourceful under any given circumstances and produce high quality results with the available resources.