How to become a film director? Which are the institutes offering this course with low fees?

I have completed inter with 79% marks from A.P and B.Tech with 70% marks.

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Asked by uppu santhosh

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    Neda Ishtiaq | Contributor-Level 10

    8 years ago
    Hi Uppu,A film director visualizes how a script can be brought to life and oversees the technical aspects of making a film.They tell cast and crew members in a production, what to do and oversee the overall production process.-Specialisation areas include:-Production -Direction -Editing -Cinematography -Film Processing-Animation -Acting -Sound Engineering -Make up -Photography etcEligibility--Technical aspects of film making require the qualifications from a Film Institute-Graduates (any discipline) can pursue a basic course in films and TV a Film institute then do a certificate course in direction, cinematography, editing-Class XII (PCM) fol... view more
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    rakesh sharma

    8 years ago
    You can learn more about career as a film director here :
    Some of the institutes for Direction and film making are here sorted based on low to high fees

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