Mumbai,7th April 2016: Annapurna International School of Film & Media (AISFM), a name synonymous for film & media education has always been in the fore front to offer industry expertise to students that makes them excel in international platform. The uniqueness of the teaching of AISFM is the master classes and interactive sessions it conducts with industry veterans.
AISFM is constantly creating new avenues that would be a learning experience, while keeping each session fresh and interactive and bringing in a whole new experience that would benefit students. Students’ gain new insights and get to interact personally with them, thereby strengthening their belief of having taken up the right career.
Taking a step in this very direction, AISFM held an interactive session with Ms. Robyn Kershaw and Mr. David Redman from Australia, wherein they shared their experiences with the students. The students on their part, asked questions and gained a great insight into their working styles and methods.
David Redman is CEO and one of the founders of Redman Entertainments’ subsidiary, the Instinct Entertainment media group and has worked in the US, UK and Australian media and telecommunications industries with over 20 years of practical experience in fund raising and corporate and project management for various media businesses and projects. He has worked with a range of companies including Paramount, Universal, Village Roadshow, Channel Nine, Macquarie Investments, Island Records, Recorded Pictures, Hoyts, Virgin Interactive and Adlabs.
David also line produced the Adlabs distributed Bollywood hit comedy, Singh is Kinng, produced the Village Roadshow distributed comedy Take Away and the Hoyts/Nine distributed comedy You and Your Stupid Mate.
Robyn Kershaw is a producer and company director with RKP, a film and TV production company and RKPix a company focussed on multi-platform works. RKP and RKPix have produced feature films, TV, games, animation, short films and webisodes. Robyn is currently in development with Dollhouse Pictures on their first feature film and a number of Indian filmmakers including Nandita Das.