On 29th October, 2018, Don Bosco School, Liluah organized the second edition of Bosco Showtime, an inter-school short film festival with the theme – 'The art of listening and accompaniment'. The festival was designed with a lot of precision by Sir Neville Reay, Teacher Co-ordinator of Bosco Showtime alongwith the core committee members – Vaibhav Chaudhary, Prarjun Majumder and Sharonoy Adhikari. It aimed at providing the youth of Kolkata a perfect pedestal in the field of film-making. The event saw participation from 12 top institutions across the city. The panel of judges comprised- Mr. Tathagata Chowdhury who is the founder of Theatrecian. According to the BBC Four, this youth theatre company was declared the most proficient and prolific youth theatre company in the country, Mrs. Saira Shah Halim who is a writer, educator, theatre personality, corporate trainer, poet and a social and political activist who is actively involved with causes such as gender equality, safeguarding secularism and democracy and women’s issues and Mr. Jaideep Singh who is an actor, model, anchor and has an experience of over 16 years in the field of theatre, direction, dance, singing, writing & public speaking.
Best Actor: • Devansh Basu- The Heritage School. • Sarthak Pathak - Don Bosco School, Bandel. Best Actress: • Aiyushe Maity - Adamas International School. • Sayantika Ghosh - Aditya Academy Secondary School, Barasat. Best Direction: Don Bosco School, Liluah. Best Editing: • Ratnakar North Point School. • Don Bosco Technical, Liluah. Best Cinematography: Don Bosco School, Park Circus. Best Script: St.Joseph's Chandannagar. Best Music: Aditya Academy Senior Secondary School, Dum Dum. Social Relevance: Agrasain Balika Siksha Sadan. Best Film: M.C.Kejriwal Vidyapeeth. Social Buzz: M.C.Kejriwal Vidyapeeth. We would like to extend our heartfelt gratitude to our esteemed judges, guests, other dignitaries and all the participating schools for making this event a grand success. We also congratulate all the winners of Bosco Showtime 2018.