New Film Policy offers J-K youth chance to join film industry

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Jammu (Jammu and Kashmir), June 20 (ANI): Opening avenues for the youth, the framing of Jammu and Kashmir Film Policy has now made it very convenient for the region's talent to work in the film industry.

The film policy is set to benefit local artists including dancers, fashion designers, actors, choreographers, cinematographers, sound recordists, set designers, and others, according to a release by the Department of Information and Public Relations (DIPR), Government of Jammu & Kashmir.

While promoting the scenic beauty of the union territory (UT), the policy envisages providing a platform for the local talent to prove themselves on the national level.

The experienced local talent of the UT has been called to register themselves for the Film Policy online at, by or before July 10. (ANI)

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