NOIDA, India, April 25, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --
The 162 committees of International Chamber of Media and Entertainment Industry have done a commendable job at the Global Cultural Summit 2016, by tapping all the countries of the world and informing them about ICMEI's strong principle of spreading love, peace and unity through art and culture.
The representatives and nationals of 25 countries this time brought a new enthusiasm and energy to the Global Cultural Summit 2016. Their active participation in the summit highlighted the stated purpose and motive of bringing peace, love and unity to every community in the world through art and culture. Their fluid ideas and constructive views revolved around 3 vital processes - plan, think and design - in order to achieve the desired goal.
The participating countries included Afghanistan, Niger, Nigeria, Bhutan, Myanmar, Thailand, Fiji, Sri Lanka, Bulgaria, Bahamas, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Cote D' lvoire, Honduras, Iran, Kyrgyzstan, Liberia, Peru, Russia, Venezuela, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
"We, in India, have so far been influenced by Gandhian way of life. The simple life, less expectations and ready to serve the humanity is the habit of every Indian," said Dr. Bhishan Narain Singh (Former Federal Minister and Governor of many States) at the inauguration of the Cultural Summit.
"Films, television, media, fashion and tourism are the main source of attraction and can also work as the medium to bring in love, peace and unity in the world. All these mediums are our specialization. The impact of all these instruments is huge on the society," said Sandeep Marwah (President, Marwah Studios) chairing the Global Cultural Summit 2016. "God has given us power to generate, operate or destroy. To be creative and innovative we must use only the first two, and in return be spiritual and human," added Sandeep Marwah, who was later declared as Global Cultural Minister by all the countries present there.
During the Summit, 11 Point Charter was read which included student exchange program, faculty exchange program, film festivals, joint venture film production, affiliations and articulations with universities, scholarship announcements, honoring and awarding important visitors of different countries, art exhibitions, workshops, seminars, talks by foreign dignities and so on.
The international event also witnessed several other participants commending the efforts of Sandeep Marwah.
"It is a great honor and privilege to meet an international personality like Sandeep Marwah, who is also the Godfather of Nigerian Cinema," said Olusina Tunde Ayayi from Nigeria.
"We are pleased to note that Marwah is also Chairing Indo Peru Cultural Association," said, Vannesa Alcazar Jurdo from Peru.
"It is nice to note that Marwah is Patron to Bhutan Film Producers Association," said, Dawa Den from Bhutan.
"Impressed by the joint venture of films made here with Directors from Afghanistan," said, Mohammad Dawood Parwiz from Afghanistan.
"Marwah is also chairing newly constituted Indo Bulgarian Cultural Association," said, Irena Vasileva Lobutova.
Later in the event, the 35 delegates from 23 countries of the world were honored by Sandeep Marwah with the life membership of WPDRF (World Peace Development and Research Foundation) and the ICMEI memento. The summit concluded with a power note facilitating a very strong bond with India.
SOURCE Asian Society of Film & Television