Film and Television Institute of India, Pune
The Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) is an autonomous institute working under the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (MIB) Government of India and it is a member of CILECT, an organization of world’s leading Film Schools. FTII is situated in Pune, on the location of erstwhile Prabhat Film Company. Since its inception in 1960, the institute is known for its contribution of technicians and artists to the film industry.
Satyajit Ray Film and Television Institute (SRFTI) Kolkata
As like FTII, SRFTI is also a Film and Television institute working under The Ministry of Information and Broadcasting Government of India. The institute has been named after acclaimed film director Satyajit Ray. Due to its excellence in education, SRFTI has received the status ‘Institute of National Importance’ given by the Government of India.
Biju Pattanaik Film & Television Institute of Odisha
The Biju Pattanaik Film & Television Institute of Odisha (BPFTIO) is an autonomous Film institute started by Government of Odisha under the World Bank assisted scheme to meet the requirements of technicians for the Film industry. BPFTIO offering three courses and each course has an intake of 20 students each year.
Government Film and Television Institute, Bangalore
The Government Film and Television Institute (GFTI) Bangalore is the first Government Film institute in India. GFTI is located in at Hesaraghatta, Bengaluru in Karnataka. The institute is offering two three-year courses in Cinematography and Sound Recording & Engineering. The intake of students for each course in each year is 33.
L.V Prasad Film Institute, Chennai and Trivandrum
L.V Prasad Film Institute is a Private film institute based in Chennai, which was started L. V. Prasad, a well-known person in the arenas Producer, Actor, Director, Cinematographer and Businessman. As compared to other private film institute in India, it offered much extensive features including big indoor studios, library and industry using professional cameras like Red MX Cameras and Pana vision Genesis.
Annapurna International School of Film and Media, Hyderabad
India’s first private, non-profit media school founded by the Akkineni family, is one of India’s leading film schools today. It offers courses in acting, directing, cinematography, editing, writing and producing.