Noida: New Delhi, India – The Asian Academy of Film and Television (AAFT) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with SONY, a leading Japanese multinational conglomerate corporation. The agreement is aimed at promoting good cinema and visual media and to enhance the value of cinema through the use of state-of-the-art equipment.
Sandeep Marwah, the President of AAFT, expressed his excitement for the partnership and emphasized the importance of building a strong relationship with Japan. He stated that this collaboration with SONY would provide students at AAFT with access to the latest technology and equipment, which would help them hone their skills in filmmaking and visual media.
Sameer Shahi, Head of College Projects at SONY, also spoke about the partnership, stating that it would open up new avenues for students to explore the world of cinema and filmmaking.
The partnership between AAFT and SONY is a significant step towards promoting quality cinema and enhancing the skills of aspiring filmmakers. With this MOU, AAFT and SONY are expected to work together to create an environment that encourages creativity, innovation, and excellence in the field of visual media.
The event was supported by Indo Japan Film and Cultural Forum of International Chamber of Media and Entertainment Industry. Some extra ordinary events will be planned soon.