Noida: The Indo Albania Film and Cultural Forum is set to be established soon, with the aim of enhancing and strengthening the relationship between the two countries. This was announced following the visit of the former Deputy Minister of Albania to Marwah Studios in India, on the invitation of Sandeep Marwah founder of Noida Film City.
The forum will serve as a platform for promoting cultural exchange and collaboration in the fields of film, art, and literature between India and Albania. The establishment of this forum is expected to boost tourism, investment, and cultural ties between the two nations.
During the visit, discussions were held on the potential for joint collaborations in the film industry, including co-production of films and exchange of talent. The Albanian former Minister Dorian Ducka expressed his appreciation for the warm welcome he received at Marwah Studios and conveyed his desire to work closely with India in the future.
The formation of the Indo Albania Film and Cultural Forum is a significant step towards enhancing the relationship between India and Albania and is expected to pave the way for greater cooperation and understanding between the two countries.
Dr. Sandeep Marwah Chancellor AAFT University presented Dorian Ducka with the life membership of International Film and Television Club of Asian Academy of Film and Television.
Dorian Ducka has been the Former Deputy Minister of Energy and Industry of Albania (2013-2015). He joined the international private sector in 2015. He has served as External Advisor on Investments to the Prime Minister of Albania since 2016. Previously, he was Director of the European Integration and International Projects at the Ministry of the Economy, Trade, and Energy of Albania (2009-2013). He was also Director of Project Management Unit for the TAP Trans Adriatic Pipeline. He has founded and been involved in several Albanian and international non-governmental organizations such as the Albanian Free Forum, IDEA Institute. He graduated from the Eastern Mediterranean University in Famagusta, Cyprus. He pursued postgraduate studies at King’s College London.