Legendary Filmmaker Ramesh Sippy to set a new benchmark with his dream film school Ramesh Sippy Academy Of Cinema and Entertainment

The unveiling of the Brochure

After revolutionizing Indian Cinema over four decades, legendary filmmaker Ramesh Sippy is ready to set a new benchmark in the field of education. He aims to give power to the dreams of young filmmaking aspirants and impart his accumulated wisdom to future generations of the industry through graduation programs at Mumbai University, in association with Garware Institute of Career Education and Development. Legendary actor Mr. Amitabh Bachchan launched the Ramesh Sippy Academy Of Cinema and Entertainment (RSACE) at an event held in Mumbai along with Vice Chancellor, Mr. Sanjay Deshmukh and Director – GICED, Mr. Anil V. Karnik. Managing Director of RSACE, Kiran Joneja Sippy introduced the academy while the Director & Dean, Mukesh Sharma highlighted the courses that will be offered. The other board of directors are Ms. Hema Malini, Mr. Manmohan Shetty and Mr. Rohan Sippy.

Ramesh Sippy Academy Of Cinema and Entertainment, aims at providing world class quality education for entire gamut of Media & Entertainment industry related courses, covering all major specialisations like Bachelor in Film Art (3 years), Bachelor in Film Production (3 years), Bachelor in Script Writing (3 years), Bachelor in Animation (3 years) and Bachelor in Visual Effects (3 years). The academy’s website www.rsace.com shares all the key information with regard to the courses and the management.

Ramesh Sippy Academy Of Cinema and Entertainment (RSACE) has a tie-up with the highly respected and recognised Mumbai University wherein the students will be gaining comprehensive knowledge and graduating with a degree in various aspects of film production and entertainment.

The lighting of the lamp at the Launch of Academic Programmes in University of Mumbai GICED And RSACE (2)

“There has been a fundamental change over the years in the way cinema and entertainment is consumed. In addition to cinema screens and televisions at home, there is now a plethora of devices at one’s disposal. The internet has become a major source for consuming content – computers, laptops, mobile phones, tablets define new-age entertainment. At RSACE, it’s our endeavour to equip filmmakers with the skills required to tackle new-age media. While the mediums have changed, the ethos of cinema and entertainment remains untouched. At its very core, cinema is all about stories. RSACE’s vision is to produce the next generation of movie mavericks.” said Mr Ramesh Sippy Founder Ramesh Sippy Academy Of Cinema and Entertainment

The lighting of the lamp at the Launch of Academic Programmes in University of Mumbai GICED And RSACE (3)

“It is an onerous task and we will work hard to ensure we create the right environment to bring out the best in the students so that they become the next generation of talent for the industry” shares Mrs Kiran Joneja Sippy, Managing Director, RSACE

”With the rapid growth of industry in India, we plan to provide world class education with hands on training in various facets of the Media and Entertainment Industry. All the courses at RSACE have been specially designed by industry experts” said Mr. Mukesh Sharma, Director and Dean, RSACE

Rohan Sippy, Anil Karnik, M A Khan, Sanjay Deshmukh, Amitabh Bachchan, Ramesh Sippy, Mr Manmohan Shetty, Ashish Kulkarni, Kiran Joneja Sippy and Mukesh Sharma

The courses at RSACE will be imparted through a blended learning methodology. The institute will provide the students with a unique opportunity to garner exposure to a live environment and benefit from interfacing with renowned industry professionals.

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