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World Cinema Day

November 4, 2023 @ 10:00 am – 2:30 pm Asia/Kolkata Timezone

Celebrating World Cinema Day: ‘Children of Heaven’ Screened in a Cinematic Extravaganza for the students of semester 1 and semester 3.
On the occasion of World Cinema Day, an extraordinary cinematic experience awaits film enthusiasts and students of the Department of Mass Communication as the critically acclaimed movie ‘Children of Heaven’ takes center stage in a special screening event. The occasion promises to be a celebration of International cinema and a tribute to the art of storytelling through film.
The event was inaugurated by the HOD of the Department of Mass Communication Ms. Roma. The resource person ‘Children of Heaven’ directed by the renowned Iranian filmmaker Majid Majidi, is a heartwarming and thought-provoking tale of a brother and sister’s quest for a lost pair of shoes in the bustling streets of Tehran. The film, known for its universal themes and captivating storytelling, has touched the hearts of audiences worldwide. This exclusive screening event, organized by the Department of Mass Communication, aims to showcase the power of cinema in bridging cultures and emotions. The film has been chosen for its ability to connect people of all backgrounds, transcending language and cultural barriers and resonating with the universal human experience.
The event not only featured the screening of this cinematic masterpiece but also a post-show discussion where film enthusiasts and students shared their thoughts and insights on the film’s impact. It was an opportunity to delve into the world of Iranian cinema and appreciate the art of storytelling through the lens of Majid Majidi.
As the world unites to celebrate World Cinema Day, this event was a reminder that cinema has the power to inspire, educate, and foster cross-cultural understanding. It was an invitation to immerse oneself in the magic of storytelling and experience the beauty of “Children of Heaven” on the big screen.
The event concluded with insights given by Resource Persons, Ms. Divya Gautam and Ms. Ankita, in which they highlighted the key elements of living a compassionate life by connecting it to aspects of Cinema. All the faculty members of the department attended the program.