In an age where filmmaking has become hobby more than a profession, India Film Project is an online and on-ground platform for you to make a film over the weekend, away from your huff-buff schedule, and showcase it to people around and get awarded.
It's not a cakewalk, and certainly not when all you have to make a film in 48 hours. With a handful of hours with you to make your passion a reality, all you have to do is write the nicest script, select the most appropriate locations, get the people do acting, do the edit, compose a grabbing music and make the best possible film adhering to the competition theme
Apart from filmmaking, IFP also includes Film Festival, Workshops, Masterclass, Panel Discussion and Cinema Exhibitions.
IFP was earlier known as Ahmedabad Film Project, a national filmmaking entity which started from Ahmedabad. More than 600 people from across the country participated in 2011 Edition making 86 films in 48 hours. 2012 Edition saw more than 1500 participants producing 120 films.
2013 edition will see IFP going both on-ground and online with participants making films in their respective cities and not travelling to Ahmedabad for the same.