The club was started by a few ardent movie enthusiasts with the aim of exposing NSBians to interesting and enlightening movies. The club screens a movie every weekend which is like a treat for all students.
A film is-or should be more like music than like fiction. It should be a progression of moods and feelings. The theme, what’s behind the emotion, the meaning, all that comes later. By far the most celebrated club among all clubs of National School of Business, the Movie Club occupies a special place in every student’s heart. Its tremendous popularity can be gauged by the fact that it has more members than any other club.
It has become a trend that everyone in the college would join the Movie Club, even if he chooses to join no other. The club prints the ticket for every movie premiere and generates revenue. It also sells some snacks and soft drinks during the show. Even if a member has missed watching the exhibited movies, he/she can always view them later. The fact that the Movie Club has a wide range of movies which spans diverse areas bear ample testimony to the fact the club can boast not only of quantity, but also of quality. Keeping all interests in mind, the club has something for each of its members. From ‘The Shawshank Redemption’ to ‘Blood Diamond’, from ‘When a stranger calls’ to ‘Hangover’, the movies cater to multiple and varied backgrounds. The students of National School of Business students are not merely spectators but knowledgeable about cinema. This is an attempt to make learning process ‘student centric’.
Dan Wolman inaugurates NSB Movie Club
National School of Business had the rare privilege of having its Movie Club inaugurated by acclaimed Israeli film director Dan Wolman. Born in 1941 in Jerusalem, Wolman studied film at Film Institute of City College- New York and in the New York University Film Department. He taught at the School of Visual Arts in New York. He has been a judge in several international and Israeli film festivals.