ISKULE BIOSCOPE empowers Bengali tinsel town
School goers witnessed five cult Bengali movies in their classroom.
In 11 days, 4 films were screened at 20 city schools.
Films that were screened –
- Gupi Gaaine Baghaa Baaine
- Royal Bengal Rahashya
- Gorosthaane Saabdhan
- Baadshahi Aangti
Kolkata, 1st July 2017: The films directed by or the script written by Satyajit Ray has always been in the prime choice of film lovers, to enhance this affection for Bengali Cinema THE SAUCE brand communications has organised ISKULE BIOSCOPE in schools with four masterpiece creations by Ray. This special children film festival has come to an end today with a gala closing ceremony. ISKULE BIOSCOPE has travelled 20 schools across the city since and screened four films from the treasure trove of Bengali Film Industry.
“This Children Film Festival, ISKULE BIOSCOPE, has an inherent objective of raising the Bengali cinema consciousness among the school students in and around Kolkata, who mostly have exposure to Hindi and English films. In the attempt to achieve this, the event will directly reaches out to the students of 20 schools, their teachers and parents. It was a complete exercise to popularize good cinema and we are satisfied that those kids who do not know Bangla were glued on the screen and enjoyed a lot,” Banibrata Banerjee, Director, THE SAUCE brand communications said.
Near about 5000 students from 20 schools enjoyed this festival. “Screening films was not only our motto; so, to make this festival interesting we have decided to conduct quiz contest after each show, We have also handed over prizes to the winners of quiz contest during the closing ceremony,” Banerjee added.
Being empanelled to the Children’s Film Society of India, THE SAUCE brand communications is also organizing this kind of unique Children’s Film Festival in various cities of the country. Recently, it is also planning to go to the schools with a bouquet of classic world cinemas in city schools, so it will be another feast for the school goers.