KOLKATA, (C.M. Paul) – It is unusual that members of the Salesian Family should be present at the Media Entertainment Business Conclave: MEBC Kolkata – A New Dawn: Resurgence of the East on 14 December, 2011 held at Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR), Ministry of External Affairs (Govt. of India) Kolkata.
While Member of the World Confederacy Don Bosco Alumni Mr Rajesh Gupta was a panel member discussing “Regulatory and Infrastructure Hurdles Across the Entertainment Value Chain,” two Salesian priests (award winning film director Fr Joseph Pulinthanath and International film jury member Fr C. M. Paul) were participants.
The Federation of Indian Chamber of Commerce & Industries (FICCI) Media & Entertainment Division hosted the conclave to boost the entertainment industry in eastern and northeastern India. It also commemorated 150 years of the artistic genius of Kobiguru Rabindranath Tagore with the additional theme: 150 Years of Enduring Magic: Celebrating the Genius of Rabindranath Tagore.
Chief Ministers of West Bengal and AssamMiss Mamata Banerjee and Mr Tarun Gogoi graced the inaugural function along with FICCI leaders and media entertainment luminaries from Bollywood and regional cinema.
While renowned film-maker Mr Goutam Ghose was the chairperson of the conclave, well-known actor & film producer Mr Prosenjit Chatterjee was the convener.
The FICCI Media & Entertainment Division works extensively with the entertainment industry, interfaces with the government, publishes studies and explores the various commercial nuances of this industry to streamline the entertainment industry business environment to the maximum.
The conclave’s aim was to concentrate on the vibrant and sizeable Indian media and entertainment industry across various states and bring thought leaders from all over India and overseas to address this unique platform.
The day-long sessions covered the entire gamut of Media & Entertainment like Films, Broadcast (TV & Radio), Digital Entertainment, Animation, Gaming, Visual Effects, etc.
A total of over 300 people related to media and entertainment attended the conclave organized by FICCI-FRAMES, Asia’s largest and most definitive annual convention makers on the business of entertainment.
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