‘Chitranjali Studio will be converted into a mini film city’ says Culture Minister

KSFDC aims to transform the 75 acre-Chitranjali Studio into one of the premier film studios in the country.

Chitranjali Studio will be converted into a mini film city, said Culture Minister A.K. Balan.

The minister said that the second phase of the renovation works on the Chitranjali studio will be taken up soon to convert it into a mini film city while speaking to the employees of Chitranjali studio on his first visit. The studio will be renovated and will be converted into hub to centralise all film-related activities in the state.

The studio will be renovated and will be converted into hub to centralise all film-related activities in the state.

Out of the 14 cinemas under the KSFDC, 12 have been renovated and opened to the public. The remaining two will also be renovated soon. “The Kerala State Film Development Corporation (KSFDC), which has completed four decades, is the only public sector institution in the film field in the country.” he said

Recently Chitranjali Studio received a major modernisation drive with latest facilities. A state-of-the-art Digital Intermediate (DI) studio for colouring work, a green mat studio, film vault and a Film Museum were launched in the studio. Apart from this, studio also got two new outdoor units and a ‘removable and re-adjustable shooting set’, with which locations can be created as per the needs of any filmmaker.

KSFDC aims to transform the 75 acre-Chitranjali Studio into one of the premier film studios in the country.

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