Come summer and the question arises- how to ensure that the children have a constructive holidays. Today, parents face a tough time to take off the children from video game and mobile addiction. Labour India Gurukulam School has found a new way to engage the effervescent minds. Cinema – it is something that the children love. It has a mix of glamour, creativity, technical expertise, team work , management of resources and the like.
The celluloid screen has been one of the most loved forms of mass media in our times. The cinema is a form where people can explore not only creativity in expression but also use the medium as a strong tool for communication.
Little Cinema as the workshop is called, is being held on the Labour India Gurukulam premises. Seven batches spread through the months of April and May will be conducted by experts from various disciplines in cinema. The children will be guided through a wholesome experience of cinema during the five day long camp. The first batch began on 3rd of April, 2017 and concluded on 7th April, 2017 and the second batch concluded on 21st April.
Keeping in lieu with the Labour India ethos, the children are guided the Gurukulam way. The residential camp is planned to be a mix of fun and learning which creates a band with the guru and the student. The participants are categorized into two broad categories of ages 10-16 and 17-22 yrs. They will be lodged in the school hostel during the camp. The sprawling campus of 45 acres has a lot to be explored.
Labour India Gurukulam School has been in the forefront to bring in novel practices to education and set benchmarks for learning. School farm, UN Replica and now Little Cinema are just few milestones in innovative thinking.
Little Cinema aims to bring out the talents in the participants and introduce them to the basic lessons in film making. The participants will get to do short films as part of the camp.
For more information, log on to www.littlecinema.in