The month of August has brought happiness for the student cinematographers. Aryan International Children’s Film Festival of Jaipur [ICFF] and 16 International Film Festivals [ 16 IFF] are going to be organized in 9 schools of Pink City Jaipur from 24 to 26 August.
The aim of showing 62 films from 22 countries based on different subjects of the country and the world for the school students is that the children get to see the best stories from all over the world. These films not only provide entertainment , education and knowledge but also create curiosity , questions and curiosity in the hearts and minds of children. Some films have also been kept in such a way that they do not understand, some films have also been selected which teach to raise questions, some films are silent films and some are burning issues of the society. Some films work for mental yoga and meditation and to establish peace in the mind, while some films work for providing knowledge. In this way, while reducing the mental stress of the children, it promotes creativity by making their mind stress-free. Mainly intellectual development of children is the main agenda of showing these films which is very rare nowadays.
The festival is organized by Aryan Rose Foundation , Largest and Most Secure Film Library and Jaipur International Film Festival – JIFF every year in the month of August in the memory of Han Rose’s late son Aryan Rose. All films will be shown free of cost. These films have been selected by renowned filmmakers and Oscar winners from India and abroad.
The festival will be held in different schools of the city. It is noteworthy that the opening ceremony and award distribution program of the festival will be held at Jayashree Pediwal Global School, Jagatpura on August 24 at 9 am. Various schools of the city – Jayashree Pediwal Global School , Dolphins High School , Maheshwari Public School , Ryan International School [Mansarovar , Nirman Nagar , Jagatpura] , Subodh Public School , Rawat School Pratap participated in this three-day film festival from 24 to 26 August. Nagar , Gyan Ashram and St. Wilfred School will be held in the auditoriums of Mansarovar and Mayur Schools.
In many schools, the children of nearby government schools , NGO’S and Anganwadi will also be able to enjoy watching movies.