Time Out says
The National Film and Television Institute (NAFTI) was set up in 1978 by the government as a Higher Education Institute and runs courses in film and television production. It also has workshops for the general public on composition, writing, art direction, cinematography and sound. Screenings mostly take place during seasonal festivals or to tie in with the visits of filmmakers. NAFTI hosts its own biennial film and television festival called ANIWA, in which documentary features and animation films are shown.