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Apr 1, 2011

ஒரு மாணவனின் கனவு நினைவாவதற்கு உதவ முடியுமா?

Dear Friends
One of our student whom we support his education is studying in PUNE Film institute in the area of Music and Sound, He has worked in a documentary and it has been nominated for an award in a film festivel in UK and this guy has no money to travel and we are pooling in money for his travel.
He has to travel on 2nd Morning so that he can attend his function on 3rd Morning.

Any help please transfer funds to

A/C no : 000501032948
ICICI Bank , Bund Garden Branch
Please send me a mail in case if you do any online transfer.
98450 38017
His Flight ticket to be booked
நண்பர்களே வெங்கி  என் நெருங்கிய நண்பர். ஒரு என்.ஜி.ஓ ஆர்கனைஷேஷனை அமைத்துக் கொண்டு ஆதரவில்லா குழந்தைகளுக்கு அவர்களின் வாழ்க்கை மேம்பாட்டுக்காக பெரிய பதவியை உதறித் தள்ளிவிட்டு அவர்களுக்காக வாழ்பவர். எனவே உங்களால் முடிந்த உதவியை உடனே செய்ய முடிந்தால் உங்களுக்கு தன்யநாவேன்.

சங்கர் நாராயண் @கேபிள் சங்கர்

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♔ம.தி.சுதா♔ said...

அவருக்கு ஆண்டவன் என்றும் துணை நிற்பான்...

அன்புச் சகோதரன்...
ஈழத் தமிழனுக்கு கருணாநிதியில் பிடித்த ஒரே சம்பவம்

இனி வரும் பொழுதுகளில் தங்கள் தளத்திற்கு வாரம் ஒரு தடவையே வர முடியும் என்பதை மன வருத்தத்துடன் அறியத் தருகிறேன்...

Venky said...

Best Sound Design

Alone In Sector 4 - Pavol Kajan
Digital Intermediated Swimming - Park Hee-Chan
Abstract? - Bedroom Bear
El Ambidiestro (the Ambidextrous) - Emilio Polvorinos
Blue Palace - Mahavir Sabannavar
Judged by Mary Anne Hobbs

Mary Anne Hobbs is a world-renowned DJ, having led an extensive career championing new electronic music on the radio and at DJ sets around the world. Having recently left the BBC, Mary now lives in Sheffield. Last year, she helped Darren Aronofsky source music for his latest film, 'Black Swan'.

Venky said...

Details about Mahavir

Respected Sir,
Thank you sir for your kind responce.I am trying but finally FTII authority told me today that they are not going to funding me.I want to attened the Award Ceremony and it is one of my achivement and my dream but I am worried that I dont have money to go there. I want to go on 31 march 2011. Film festival & Award Ceremony is on 2nd & 3rd April 2011. I will back on 5th april 2011.It will take around total one week.If anything else please let me know.I need to take visa also. So please sir help me as soon as possible.
The following minimum expenditure is expected.

1] Airfare ( Mumbai-London-Mumbai) - Rs. 42,000/-
2] London airport to Sheffield coach
station Up-down - 80 Pounds = Rs. 5,600/-
3] Staying - 150 Pounds= Rs. 10,500/-
4] Daily Expenditure - 250 Pounds= Rs. 17,500/-

Total = Rs. 75,600/-.

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Thu, Mar 24, 2011 at 11:56 AM
Subject: Mahavir Sabannavar posted on VIDYAPOSHAK's Wall.
To: Venky Venkatesh

"I am Mr Mahavir N. Sabannavar VIdyaPoshak Student.Studying 2nd year Film Audiography in FTII.I am is nominated for Best Sound Design catagory in NO LIMITS FILM FESTIVAL,Sheffield,UK. I tried for funds to go to UK from festival first but they said they r not going to pay anything.Then I applied in FTII for funds but finally they are saying that FTII is not able to pay for me.And as well as I am not able to pay myself. I am requesting you that if somebody can financial assist me then I can attend the festival and Award Ceremony.This ceremony is on 2nd & 3rd April 2011.
Thanking you,


Mobile- 09975958338.
Address- Room NO-2S-37
Boy's Hostel, 'C' Block,
Film & Television Institute of India,
Law College Road,Pune-411004
e-mail ID-"

Venky said...

His award ceremony is on 3rd April , hence he has to travel on 2nd morning flight from Mumbai.

We got confirmation for Visa yesterday and would reach today to him. His flight ticket is blocked.

Out of 75K required we have arranged 40K and we need about 35K totally.


கே.ஆர்.பி.செந்தில் said...

கண்டிப்பாக உதவுவோம் தலைவரே...

Savitha said...

It is a good act. But just for nomination and visit, a trip may not be suggested and paid for. The award can come in mail, or a trip can be made to collect it.

Venky said...

Dear Mam, what you said is perfectly right. I too asked the same to him when he approached me bcos we raise funds only for paying the fees for the education.

But he replied me saying in Cinema field contacts is more important and for him getting nominated itself is a dream for him. He says he might get some contacts which would be benefit for his future. Since I know Cable annan also works in Cine field thought of asking the support.

We have raised about 55K till now , his tickets are already booked and he is travelling tonight to London from Mumbai.

Thanks Cable for your support. Will keep you updated.

|கீதப்ப்ரியன்|Geethappriyan| said...

|கீதப்ப்ரியன்|Geethappriyan| said...

The Early Bird Gets a Chance at a Scholarship!

By Allison Ackmann | April 4, 2011 | No Comments

Haven’t you heard? Heartland has teamed up with Prodigy Camp to offer one student a scholarship to the 2011 summer session July 26-August 1.

We have cash prizes, festival screening opportunities and the coolest scholarship possibility imaginable. All you have to do is submit your High School Film Competition film by our Early Bird Deadline on April 15, 2011.

About Prodigy Camp

This film camp is a place for the world’s top promising teen filmmakers to develop every aspect of their craft. In one intensive week, they will be taught the secrets to make a great film: screenwriting, directing and cinematography, and they will apply that knowledge, shooting and editing their own scene.

Students stay at the film camp supervised, and nothing but top flight award-winning filmmakers, including Oscar and Emmy winners, teach there. Students work on films most of the day, campfires and storytelling with filmmakers at night.

Every summer our film camp accepts 20 students, ages 12 to 18. Camp is held at a private retreat in the great Pacific Northwest for six days.

Submit your short film, 10 minutes or less, with the theme courage to the Heartland High School Film Competition by April 15, 2011 and be considered for this amazing opportunity. It’s too good to pass up! We can’t wait to see what amazing stories you have to tell.