The four centuries and more of the Portuguese rule had a definite and profound influence on the culture and cuisine of Goa. One of the many, and perhaps one of the most crucial gifts of the Portuguese to Goa was the art of bread making. An integral part of our culture for decades, the tradition is slowly fading away, replaced by unfamiliar migrant faces and a future which is yet to be determined.
By Craig D’costa, Shona Mahambre, Kirsten and Anatasia D’Mello
The exposition being a Journey of faith,brings together a huge number of devotees to Old Goa to venerate the relics of St Francis Xavier. This documentary aims at emphasizing the experience shared during this decennial celebration.
Done by Alex Fernandes, Andrea Frank, Nikhil Silveira and Valonia Dias
Over the years, besides providing an environment conducive to relaxation and fun. Goa as also managed to grow as a centre for health tourism. It has been keeping pace with scientific advancements to meet the needs of international tourists. This Documentary delves deeper into how advanced Goa is in terms of health tourism, highlighting the specialties offered to tourists.
Done by Maryanne De Souza, Alston De sousa, Shraddha Kelkar and Jerusha D’mello
A busy crowded evening, with amazing music and glittering lights, the city of Panjim looked as amazing as it could. And to capture this beautiful sight the Department of Mass Communication and Videography and Journalism organised a photowalk on 29th November, 2014.
The photowalk was especially organised for the students and were accompanied by the teachers of the department. An evening filled with night photography, laughter and lots of selfies. The photowalk aimed at capturing this lovely city of Panjim during IFFI.
Keep watching this space for the photographs..!!
P.S : Students are kindly requested to submit the photographs for “Capturing Panjim during IFFI” along with the caption at the earliest.