CM Yogi gives go ahead for Film Institute in Noida
Monday, 1 March 2021 (19:59 IST)
Lucknow: A good news for the youth aspiring to make a career in film production and acting. Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has given a go ahead to set up a film institute in the state.
“This institute will be set up in 40 acres land within the film city where one can be trained in various genres related to film and TV production such as directing, production, choreography, editing, screenplay writing and sound recording, and also learn the nuances of acting,” CM said reviewing the action plan for the development of the proposed ‘Film City’ in Gautam Budh Nagar here on Monday.
Talking about making Film City, a new destination for the entertainment industry, the Chief Minister described the proposed Film Institute as being a dream of the youth.
A report by the world class consultants ‘CBRE’, selected for Film City Development, and the officials of Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority (YIDA) was submitted to him which had an in-depth study of the Infotainment City developed in different countries of the world.
The CM said that the reputed filmmakers, directors, studios, technicians of the world should be consulted, so that their inputs might help making the Film City of Uttar Pradesh as a truly World Class destination.
He said that such efforts should be made that the shooting can start here by the year 2022. The Chief Minister directed to execute various projects of Film City on PPP mode.
Representatives of YEIDA and CBRE were present during the presentation along with Additional Chief Secretary, Information Navneet Sehgal and Director of Information Shishir. (UNI)