Promotional videos produced by our students

SHORT FLIMS

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The Flight is a short film based on hope. It conveys that hope is a good thing and no good thing ever dies.
Project by: Adarsh Mishra (Students of B.Sc Mass Communication 2016 - 19 Batch for the course ‘Final Project’.
Duration & Language: 04:41 Minutes & English

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The Sketcher is a short film based on true incidences, which deals with a talented youngster.
Project by: Adarsh Mishra, Akhilesh Patro, Ayush Mohapatra, Disha Das, Saswat Pati, Shatakshi S. Upadhyay, Subhashree S. Mohapatra, Sweta Parijia & Sonal Patnaik (Students of B.Sc Mass Communication 2016 - 19 Batch for the course ‘Digital Film Making’. Duration & Language: 9 Minutes & Hindi/English

DOCUMENTARIES

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On the Fringe , is a documentary showcases the struggles and successes of the transgender community, who still wait for the acknowledgement of their existence.
Project by: Aakash Kumar, Raja Ranjit Singh, Samridhi Rai, Smriti Sweta Das & Tanya Ranjan (Students of MA Mass Communication 2017 – 2019 Batch for the Course ‘Documentary Film Production’)
Duration & Language: 8 Minutes & English

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The Fishing Spy is a wild life documentary about an endangered species called fishing cat (Prionailurus Viverrinus). This cat is a great swimmer and feeds mostly on fish, often confused with a leopard or cheetah for its appearance. It is vulnerable on the International Union for Conservation of Nature Red List. This is the first documentary on fishing cats in India.
Project by: Abhra Singh Roy, Adarsh Mishra & Saswat Pati, students of 2nd Year B.Sc. Mass Communication, 2016 – 2019 Batch for Television Production II course.
Duration: 8 Minutes / English

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Boonte Sapne (Meaning: Weaving Dreams) is a documentary about bamboo weaver and their lifestyle. ‘They smile, they cry, they talk, yet they are quiet. They are sad, yet they are happy and finally, the struggles are just a part of their story’.
Project by: Monalisa Swain, Neha Mohanty & Pooja Bajaj, students of 2nd Year B.Sc. Mass Communication, 2016 – 2019 Batch for Television Production II course.
Duration: 8.03 Minutes / Hindi

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TELEVISION SHOWS

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Bollywood Ka Robinhood is a television non-fiction Bollywood quiz show with three segments, four contestants and lots of film Q&A, packed with fun and entertainment to amuse the audience.
Project by: Akanshya Pattnaik, Aman Rajak, Harshita Agarwal, Leah Jena & Shemol Misra, students of 3rd Year B.Sc. Mass Communication, 2015 – 2018 Batch for Television Production III course.
Duration: 23.13 Minutes / Hindi

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Titli is a television non-fiction talk show with three guests in three segments. This show talks about humanity and spreading happiness to everyone in the society.
Project by: Akhilesh Patro, Anushka Mukherjee, Manisha Singal, Pracheta Saha, Khushboo Agarwal, Sriradha Mohanty & Subashree S. Mohapatra, students of 2nd Year B.Sc. Mass Communication, 2016 – 2019 Batch for Television Production II course.
Duration: 21 Minutes / Hindi

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smART is a television non-fiction arts and crafts show with three segments. They are Artsyy (a theme-based decors, arts and crafts segment), Junk Trunk (a segment deals with making arts and crafts from waste materials) and finally Crafterina (a DIY life hacks segment).
Project by: Abhra Singh Roy, Disha Das, Monalisa Swain, Neha Mohanty, Pooja Baja, Shatakshi S Upadhyay & Sweta Parija, students of 2nd Year B.Sc. Mass Communication, 2016 – 2019 Batch for Television Production II course.
Duration: 18 Minutes / Hindi