Career Course in Film Making – 6 Months

Career Course in Film Making

The ITV Next International Media School (NIMS) in Delhi, known for its excellence in Mass Communication education, introduces a specialized 6-month Career Course in Direction and Film Making. This program emphasizes practical training and industry insights, equipping students with the necessary skills for effective visual storytelling. The curriculum integrates the latest technological advancements and contemporary trends in the art of capturing compelling visual narratives.


Career Course in Film Making


Senior Secondary School Certificate (10+2) or Intermediate or its equivalent from a Recognized Board.


6 Months

Career Course in Direction and Film Making

About the Career Course in Film Making:

Embracing creativity as the core of knowledge, our specialized course in direction and film making opens doors to the world of visual artistry and storytelling. It involves studying the techniques of capturing and conveying information through various visual mediums, including film, television, and digital platforms.

What do you learn in the course?

In the realm of visual storytelling, advertising serves as a crucial tool for promoting narratives. Our 6-month program delves into comprehensive exposure to the art of visual storytelling, emphasizing ethical practices and industry techniques for presenting compelling visual narratives across diverse mediums.

Why choose the Course in Film Making at ITV NIMS, Delhi:

Our curriculum covers an array of topics, including:

  • The art of cinematography
  • Techniques for visual storytelling
  • Film production and direction


At ITV The Next International Media School, New Delhi, we provide:

  • Industry exposure crucial for understanding cinematography dynamics
  • Educational programs tailored to foster professional growth
  • A unique advantage for aspiring filmmakers

Join our program and immerse yourself in an educational journey that offers abundant facilities and quality exposure, setting you apart in the world of visual storytelling.