Film Workshops & Film screenings for Children

Children Experience. Children Express

CFA brings joyful learning to children through hands on training in filmmaking. Film education programs at CFA are designed in a way that children learn about themselves and the world around them through the joy of making their own films, watching films with a greater critical awareness, and developing their own multiple talents through the medium that embraces almost all the arts as well as the latest technology.

Our aim is to inspire children to imagine, to believe and to create whatever they can dream.

Film Workshops

We organise film making workshops for children.
Children doing the CFA course acquire basic skills in filmmaking, ranging from story writing, acting, direction, cinematography, editing and sound design to animation. Working together in small teams, children enhance their skills in languages, comprehension, visualization, and expression. Above all, it provokes them to think, feel and assess their values in a whole new way.

Film Screening / Film Festival

We organise theme based or general film screenings/festivals for children with an international selection of sensitive value based films.

We work with Schools, Colleges, organisations, Companies who wants to conduct the above activities. For individuals we have regular workshops at fixed venues in Mumbai & Pune. If you are a group of more than 10 we can organise it in any place in India.

CFA brings to India for the first time an international filmmaking programme for children, Cinema Cent Ans De Jeunnesse, created and co-ordinated by Cinematheque Francaise, Paris running in fourteen countries across Europe and Great Britain. The Programme has been highly popular for its educational approach that nurtures ways of seeing along with imparting skills of expression through the cinematic medium.

This programme blends a structured learning experience with hands on training in making films that express their distinct Indian vision.

A unique feature of this program is that every year it dwells on one aspect of cinema. In the previous years, these have included light/shade, color, camera movement, hidden/revealed, foreground/background, Play, Spaces and the Stories They Tell , among others.The programme culminates in a film made by the participants on this theme.


Ganga Mukhi has a unique expertise in teaching filmmaking as she combines her background in English literature with a degree in film direction from the Film and Television Institute of India, Pune. A senior lecturer in a degree college before joining films, Ganga Mukhi has also done a Course in Educational Leadership from the University of West Georgia, USA. She has taught briefly at the Film and Television Institute of India, Pune and at Whistling Woods, Mumbai. Her short films have been invited to festivals in India and abroad.


K Rajesh is an independent filmmaker. He has specialized in film editing from the FTII, Pune. After editing feature films and documentaries, he entered film direction and has made a Hindi feature film, several social message films, TV commercials and short films. He has a varied and practical experience of filmmaking in the latest digital media that are in wide use today.

For booking and enquiry
Mumbai and Pune

0961 946 35 45

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