Fujifilm India Private Limited, in association with India Film Project has come together to encourage young millennial vloggers to unleash their video-making skills through innovative content. And in return, they can win a chance to own cameras that are every vlogger’s delight.
The objective of this collaboration is to encourage potential vloggers, beginners and Vlogging enthusiasts to create engaging content that will be showcased and promoted on the Fujifilm India’s and IFP’s social media platforms thereby showcasing their creativity and talent.
Through this partnership, Fujifilm India and India Film Project aim to establish an engaging platform for the Vlogging community that can express and showcase their artistic creations.
Since its inception in 2011, the creative platform – India Film Project has put in efforts to build a community of content creators across the varying forms of art. Not only this, but the Indian Film Project season will engage with the digital community meaningfully and curate a series of content-driven virtual sessions celebrating the contribution of content creators in the digital space.
With industry experts such as Arjun Kartha, Prashant Godbole, Radhakrishanan Chakyat and Aditya Varma as the speakers in this year’s project, the listeners will surely part away with exceptional tips and tricks from these specialists.
Arun Babu, General Manager, Electronic Imaging and Optical Devices Division, Fujifilm India, said, “In today’s time, content is king and the surge in demand for consuming digital content has immensely increased ever since the pandemic has begun. With digital creators establishing a solid space for them to showcase their creativity, the definition of Vlogging has completely changed in the social media dominant era.
“Gone are the days, when videography was just a hobby, with young professionals coming in, there is definitely a good demand for Vlogging cameras. And at Fujifilm India, we truly value the aspirations of the millennial Vloggers and constantly look towards improving their Vlogging experience. Our partnership with IFP is our effort to support and encourage the .talent and creativity of such videographers,” Babu added.
Ritam Bhatnagar, Festival Director, India Film Project, said, “Being one of the largest creative communities in world, we see a definite trend on how creators are using newer mediums for the means of self-expression.
“Vlogs in India have expanded not just as a form of daily updates but means to ponder on lifestyle, society, government, entertainment, fitness, humour, work, news and much more. With more people realizing the importance of creation, vlogs are going to be a prime way how new age creators are going to communicate,” Bhatnagar said.
To best leverage the platform, Fujifilm India is organizing a Vlogging contest for the video making enthusiasts. To participate, the videographers have to submit a Vlog par excellence, which was shot on their cameras post October 2019.
The participants should follow Fujifilm’s Instagram, Facebook and Youtube handles and not miss out the form link which they will find in the bios. Post all this, all you have to do is upload the video on your Instagram feed with the hashtag #FujifilmVlogChallenge, #Fujifilm #IndiaFilmProject, #IFPX and tag @indiafilmproject and @fujifilmxindia respectively.
The last date to submit their best work is 19th October and the results of this exciting contest will be announced on 25th October at IFP’s & Fujifilm Social Media Platforms.
As prize, the winners will win the Fujifilm’s vlog wonders the X-T200, the X-A7, consolation prizes, certificates and many more. For assessment, the top 10 vlogs will be uploaded on Fujifilm’s Official YouTube Channel and the three videos to get the highest number of likes will be declared as winners.