Filamasazi workshop of 3 weeks for English and 15-15 youth aged 22 to 30 years in Pakistan, US IN University has been set to May 12 to June 4. The purpose of this workshop was to gather the Punjabis distributed among the two countries. This workshop was funded by the US Department of State and the American Embassy in India.In the workshop organized by the University of Indiana University’s Media School assistant Dyen Batacy Garabe, located in Bloomington City, the University’s International Development Department supported. Learning about the various aspects of media filamasazi workshop school teachers including Greg wallaroo, Susan savibaza, and Jennifer Jones. Without these, the staff members of the university, Puranoor Ilolova, Erin McNezee and Christine Martin, played an important role in the event.30 Punjabis 10-10 divided into 3 groups and were up 3 allows for training, every group that has Andrew bahiringara, aundare sivuda and haviera ramireza. Indian Punjabis included sukhanasara Singh, Sumit Singh, karanavira Singh, krisamana Singh, Gaurav Kumar, Jassi Sangha, Arjun Suri, Arshdeep arasi, sahijamita Mesa, satadipa Gill, Jyoti aneja, Dulcie Suri, symbol rebel, vithala Bhardwaj and vivekajota Brar.
On the other hand samina Aruba Chaudhry Pakistani Punjabis, Salim razia, haira basit, myrtle, Haider Abdul Basit, Ayesha basarata, Isha Shakeel, Ifrah Ahmed, laid Zahra Naqvi, triton Ijaz, Nawaz Khurram Sheikh, pock-ul-idaraka, Rehman Ilyas, Vicky Yuan Yi-Yin and Mubeen Hassan.During the workshop, participants were told about camera techniques without different aspects of different filmmakers, as well as many films were created. They would be closely intertwined among 10 short films Punjabis banaiamvarakasapa most important aspect both fruitful in groups of 3-3 as the final project and have too much attachment to each
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