Institute of Moving images - the Film School
Admissions open for fulltime Advanced Diploma & Diploma courses. Last date for Registration: 7th May, 2016 
Campus



The Institute of Moving Images campus is in the heart of Pune city - the cultural capital of Maharashtra State, also known as Oxford of India.


The Institute of Moving Images is located in the premises of India's premier Gokhale University (Popularly known as Gokhale Institute of Politics & Economics) which is situated in the sprawling campus of the Servant of India Society, established in 1905 by the great Indian nationalist leader Gopal Krishna Gokhale at BMCC Road, Deccan Gymkhana, behind Fergusson College, Pune.


In the campus of the Institute stands a massive banyan tree under which Mahatma Gandhi used to discuss political issues with Gokhale, his political Guru. All our interactive sessions with distinguished guest faculty and industry professionals are held under the same tree.

Our all theory classes, workshops, technical demonstrations, classroom exercise & film screenings are held in the New M.A. building of the university.
The beautiful gothic constructions and the sedate green atmosphere in & around our sprawling campus provide an interesting backdrop for concentrated study of film-making and to shoot student exercise films.

Indeed Pune plays a leading role in the student's experience at Institute of Moving Images. Students at IMI have the city available to them all the time, as a classroom, as a playground and as a film set.
Students at IMI
One of the most fascinating and exciting experiences of my life. I totally enjoyed each day of the IMI Filmmaking program. This course gave me exactly what I have been dreaming of knowledge, experience and courage to make my own film. It takes you on a journey of self-discovery, shows you, arms you and most importantly enhances your spirit. IMI faculty totally demystifies the entire filmmaking process. They inspire with their methodical, easy to understand, sharing of knowledge and encourage you to confidently go out and make films. Well worth the money spent.
Harsheet Thukral,
Painter & Filmmaker
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