Filmmaking Course in Mumbai at Ronkel Media Education & Research Institute has been very well designed keeping in mind the ever-increasing standard of the film industry as well as the taste of the audience. The filmmaker is the most responsible person in the filmmaking process. The filmmaker has to have technical knowledge, creative mindset & management skills to arrange resources that are needed to make the film.
Ronkel being the Best Filmmaking Institute in Mumbai as well as in India, we teach the inside out processes of filmmaking covering all the creative as well as technical aspects.
We have included scriptwriting, direction, cinematography, editing, acting, sound engineering & film production as a part of the filmmaking course. We have very well planned exercises to boost the creativity in our filmmaking students. National & International award-winning films are screened regularly to enhance their visual storytelling ability. Assignments are given & exams are conducted at regular interval so that students are tested on their gained knowledge. We have Part-Time Filmmaking Courses as well as Full-Time Filmmaking Courses.
Our filmmaking course objective is to create complete filmmakers, who in future can raise the filmmaking standards and create a niche for themselves in the filmmaking business.
Our educational approach has been appreciated by award winning veteran Directors such as
Shyam Benegal(Padma Bhushan, Padma Shri, 18 times National Award Winner)
Mahesh Bhatt (2 times National Award Winner),
Vikram Bhatt (Director of Ghulam, Raaz, 1920 etc.)
P Sheshadri (8 times National Award For Best Director),
Raj N. Sippy (Director of Inkar, Satte Pe Satta etc.)
Rajendra Singh Babu (Chairman, Karnataka Chalanachitra Academy, Govt. Of Karnataka, Filmfare Award Winning Director),
Girish Kasaravalli (Padmashri, 14 National Award for Best Direction),
John Matthew Matthan(National Award for Sarfarosh),
Ravi Tandon (Father of Raveena Tandon, Director of Anhonee, Khel Khel Mein etc.)
Satish Kaushik (Filmfare Award Winner) et al.