Posted: 09 August 2010 at 3:36am | IP Logged
Asian Academy of Film And Television, the only institution in India
attracting students from more than 70 countries of the World celebrated
Nigerian Day jointly with Indo Nigerian Film Association (INFA) under
the leadership of Sandeep Marwah, a renowned Asian Media personality at
Marwah Studios Film City Noida.
"India and Nigeria
may be apart on the globe but the hearts of both the countries are close
to each other" said Chuks Jonathan Chikezie, the first secretary of
Nigeria High Commission in India in the capacity of Chief Guest while
narrating the relations of both the countries. "We can develop strong
relations with each other through films. I am impressed by the
objectives of INFA and hope to work together" Chuks added.
"I pleased to announce a film project to be directed by the
Nigerian Director under INFA and supported by International Public
Broadcasting Forum. That can be a wonderful start of cultural exchange
too." said Sandeep Marwah Chairperson of Indo Nigerian Film Association.
The program started with the national Anthem of Nigeria and
closed with Indian National Anthem. Dr.Om Gupta, Kalyan Sarkar,
Harshvardhan, Ugo Ben also spoke on the subject. R.K. Singh paid vote of
thanks. Later Marwah presented the life membership of International
Film And Television Club to Chuks Jonathan Chikezie.