LOS ANGELES: Robert Browning once said ‘Our aspirations are our possibilities.’ Making one such aspiration a possibility is Tamjid Aijazi, the founder of Support Free Media, by stepping into the world of filmmaking. Tamjid Aijazi completed filmmaking workshops at New York Film Academy (Los Angeles) sponsored by Support Free Media.
The filmmaking workshops at New York Film Academy aim to provide professionals a thorough introduction to the foundations of film craft by Hollywood experts. Industry leaders train professionals in directing, writing, editing, cinematography, and production and cover the creative and technical demands of visual storytelling. The workshops were attended by filmmakers from Russia, Brazil, Argentina, Egypt, Italy and Pakistan.
Tamjid Aijazi attended the workshops as part of Support Free Media’s TechEx project, which aims to bring excellence to Pakistan’s film industry. Aspiring and professional filmmakers are encouraged to attend courses at world renowned media schools. The tuition fee, travel, accommodation and all expenses are funded by Support Free Media.
Support Free Media is an initiative with the vision to change the face of Pakistani cinema. It aims to connect intellectuals of the society to the industry, connect media professionals with their true ideological legacy and refine the existing technical skill set of talented individuals in the showbiz industry.