Noida: The Indo Singapore Film And Cultural Forum of ICMEI- International Chamber of Media And Entertainment Industry organized a seminar cum workshop for the media students of AAFT by the film makers from Singapore.
“We are ready to join hands with Marwah Studios for our upcoming film. This can be a joint venture between the two countries. It will lead to better cultural relations,” said K. Rajagopal filmmaker from Singapore.
“Our intentions are to join hands with Indian film Industry which is the biggest in the World. We will sure learn more tricks of the trade,” added Chai Yee Wei a film studio owner (Hot Cider Films) and film producer known for his film ‘Blood Ties’.
“We are thankful to Marwah Studios and AAFT for this wonderful interaction with the future film makers of this country. The business can be routed through Singapore High Commission for faster and better understanding,” said Kester Tay First Secretary, High Commission of Singapore in India.
The meeting was addressed by renowned media person Shivendra Kumar Singh and popular Kathak Dancer Prerana Shrimali also. Later Marwah honored the guest with the life membership of International Film And Television Club of AAFT. Supriya Suri conducted the program.