Vancouver Film School to enter Bollywood industry centre by opening campus in Mumbai, India

The partnership was one of 66 commercial contracts by Canadian and Indian companies announced by Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau during his visit to India.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Vancouver Film School founder James Griffin, Digital India's Ashish Kulkarni, and Canadian Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan attended a meeting in India.

As Mumbai, India, is the nexus of the world’s most prolific film production centres, the Hindi film industry otherwise known as Bollywood, a local film school is planning to expand there.

On February 20, the Vancouver Film School announced that it will be opening a new campus in Mumbai in July, located at the Mackichan Complex of Wilson College.

The partnership was one of 66 commercial contracts by Canadian and Indian companies announced by Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau during his visit to India.

VFS founder and president James Griffin attended a meeting in Mumbai with Trudeau, Canadian Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan, and Digital India’s Ashish Kulkarni, who is the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry’s chairman for animation, visual effects, gaming, and comics.

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