After visiting the National Museum of Indian Cinematography (NMIC) on April 20, EU Minister for Information and Broadcasting Anurag Thakur did not say enough to describe the efforts that have made Indian cinema at its peak. In the words of the Union Minister: “Indian cinema has created India’s identity in the world.”
Following a tour of the NMIC, located on Peddar Road in Mumbai, Union Minister Anurag Thakur invited young people interested in filmmaking to come and visit the museum, which is housed in two buildings – a 19th-century heritage structure by Gulshan Mahal. . and the custom-built New Museum Building. He further claimed that the tour of tourists visiting Mumbai would remain incomplete until he visited the museum.
“The National Museum of Indian Cinematography is a must for those interested in films, especially Indian films; your visit to Mumbai will be incomplete if you do not visit NMIC while you are in Mumbai. This is India’s heritage, everyone should visit this place, especially those who are interested in films and Indian cinema, “said Anurag Thakur.
Have you visited the National Museum of Indian Cinema in Mumbai?
Embark on a journey through Indian film history and experience our film excellence through the ages. You can also find unique devices used since the advent of moving images. pic.twitter.com/Xq7IsUKk87
– Anurag Thakur (@ianuragthakur) April 21, 2022
I&B Minister Anurag Thakur praises the efforts of pre-modern filmmakers
After seeing the huge old cameras used by filmmakers in the past, Union Minister Anurag Thakur greatly appreciated the filmmakers and techniques of the time, as he was fascinated by the mere thought of people making films with such vast equipment. The minister called on film enthusiasts to visit the NMIC and understand how films were made 100 years ago. Recalling the efforts of past filmmakers, the Minister mentioned how technology has made work easier for today’s filmmakers today.
“This is India’s heritage, everyone should visit this place, especially those who are interested in movies and Indian cinema. Spend some time here at NMIC and the museum will take you back 100 years when cinema was done without any modern times. ” technology or equipment. Today we talk about animation, visual effects, graphics and gaming and technology, but here we will see how films were made without these things at that time and what progress has been made to date, “said the Minister of I&B.
The ministry said that film properties, historical equipment, posters, copies of major films, promotional leaflets, soundtracks, trailers, transparencies, old film magazines, filmmaking and distribution statistics and more are systematically depicted depicting the history of Indian cinema in chronological order.
“Cinema is the soft power of the country”: Union Minister Anurag Thakur
The I&B Minister, developing the importance of cinema, said that Indian cinema is a soft force for the country. He added that India has the largest number of films in the world and that the country has successfully developed an identity through cinema.
Union Minister Anurag Thakur said: “Indian cinema is the soft power of our country, which rules the hearts of millions of people around the world.”
The Minister also held an evaluation meeting with representatives of the Film Division, the NMIC, the Central Council for Film Certification and the NFDC, and planted a tree in the NMIC. The 17th Mumbai International Documentary, Short and Animated Film Festival will take place in May at the NMIC complex, which includes state-of-the-art auditoriums (MIFFs).
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