ABSTRACTArchitectureand Cinema both articulate space and create images of life, culture and cities;defining dimensions and existence of space, they both narrate scenes of lifesituations.To comprise abuilding that encompasses the ephemeral qualities of cinematic design whilstadhering to the functional requirements of a film making facility.Focus on the design of experienceof light, projection, film and materiality. MOTIVATIONThe researcher has a stronginclination towards Cinema. In fact, the researcher’s curiosity with therelationship between the worlds of architecture and film was first evoked byepic movie, The Shining from one ofthe most influential directors of cinematic history – Stanley Kubrick. BACKGROUND Indian Cinemahistory can be traced back to 1896.
Three major film centers were developed inIndia, Bombay, Calcutta and Madras. Music became as an important ingredient inIndian Cinema.DhandirajGovind Phadke, famously known as Dadasaheb Phadke inaugurated Indian Cinemawith Raja Harishchandra in 1913, India’s first feature film to be shot with anentirely Indian crew.Similarly, historical epics,legendary romances and filmed biographies, the other principal genres thatemerged before the birth of Indian Talkies, grew in frequency and strength in1930s and 1940s. In such a way, the film industry in India started expandingand hence the MINISTRY OF INFORMATION AND BROADCASTNG decided to set up FTII(Film and Television Institute of India) in 1960.
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PROBLEM STATEMENTIt has beenobserved that, there is lack of film schools in India, despite India is thelargest producer of films. There are only 3 government institutes in India fromwhich one is Drama School and other two are Film Institutes.1. NationalSchool of Drama, New-Delhi.2.
Filmand Television Institute of India (FTII), Pune.3. SatyajitRay Film and Television Institute (SRFTI), Kolkata. AIMDevising a program that alleviates itphysically, functionally and socially, that gives a new rise to architecturaltypology. Physically through form, functionally through program and sociallythrough space.
Ultimately developing a design that will try to be worthy tomeet the latest needs, requirements and creates spaces which are basic needs insuch an academic school.