The Pakistan Army Public Relations (ISPR) has announced a short documentary film competition to highlight Pakistani culture and civilization. ISPR has announced a short documentary film competition for youth in Pakistan and Award for Best Documentary and Scholar Night for the World’s Best Filmmaking Institute.
The Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Public Relations Department of the Pakistan Army has organized a platform called “National Amateur Short Film Festival” in which the youth of Pakistan in particular Art is being given the opportunity to unleash extraordinary talents. The titles of short films include Colors of Pakistan, Ancient Civilization of Indus Valley, Pakistani Culture and Harmony, Small Industries and Prosperity, Welfare Work in Pakistan, and Appreciation of Agricultural Products. There are regular rules and regulations for participating in this festival.
National Amateur Short Film Festival (NASFF) Online Registration:
Young people interested in the topic included in the festival must register before May 30, 2022, while the documentary project submission date is June 30, 2022. It is also important to note that the best short documentary filmmakers will not only be awarded but also Scholar Night for the world’s best filmmaker’s institute.