Inspiration

“The Egyptian Theatre is an incredible part of Hollywood history” – Scott Stuber, Netflix head

May 31, 2020

The American Cinematheque and Netflix join forces to preserve Hollywood’s historic Egyptian theater. The collaboration will allow the American Cinematheque to expand the scope and diversity of programming, while continuing the nonprofit’s mission to celebrate the experience of cinema as a moving art form Established in Los Angeles in 1984 as a nonprofit member-supported cultural […]

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Webinar Report: Documentary making for OTT Platforms

May 24, 2020

Report by Shobhit Gupta The Media Studies department of Reva University, Bangalore organized a webinar on topic “Documentary making for OTT platforms”. The session was hosted by Prof. Manjunath M, Head and Reader of the department. The famous filmmaker Vrinda Samartha was the guest who explored the topic. Vrinda is an independent filmmaker from Bengaluru […]

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Katla shooting during covid

Covid-19 loses against the determination of filmmakers

May 20, 2020

by Sonalika Singh Director Baltasar Kormakur and Producer Lucas Foster stand at the dawn of a new era of filmmaking. Both of them have resorted to strict and rigorous methods to battle against the spread of the Coronavirus in order to continue with the shooting of a Netflix series “Katla” and a horror movie based […]

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Bhavya Bengani

Bhavya Bengani – A Young Spark

May 19, 2020

By Sonalika Singh Bhavya Bengani, an actor and a Youtuber is a budding artist who is trying to create a balance between his acting interests, desire to become a cricketer, and his daily school studies. In an interview with Sonalika Singh, Bhavya’s mother Manasvini explained the tiny tot’s journey from an expressive child to becoming […]

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‘Filmmaking cannot be taught, but can be learned’ – Uma Vangal

May 15, 2020

The report by Yash Mishra The internet is full of webinars since the lockdown. Out of all the Department of Media Sciences of Anna University College of Engineering organized an excellent webinar for film scholars and lovers. The guest speaker was Uma Vangal, a well-known filmmaker and a film critic. The topic was around “Cinema […]

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John Bailey (cinematographer)

An Eye for Detail

December 9, 2019

Sonalika Singh writes on life and works of John Ira Bailey – a prominent American cinematographer and Jury head of recently concluded IFFI, Goa. Cinema has always been grand and glorious and has occupied a soft corner in the lives of people. The important aspect of filmmaking is to ensure the aesthetics support the vision […]

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Walayar Sisters Poem

Musical and Poetic Tribute to Walayar sisters

November 6, 2019

Walayarile Penkuttikalkku is a musical tribute to the Walayar minor sisters’ rape and murder in 2017 and the recent setback of the judgment. Walayar Sisters Walayar is a small town located in the border regions of Kerala and Tamil Nadu – the southern states in India. A 13-year-old girl was found dead (death by hanging) in […]

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Communicating Tourism: Media, Soft Power, and Management

Call for Paper in Communicating Tourism: Media, Soft Power, and Management

July 11, 2019

In-Depth Communication, in association with St. Xavier’s College Kothavara, Kerala welcomes you to the National Media Conference. You are welcome to send your research papers to the National Media Conference which will be held on 16th November 2019 at St. Xavier’s College, Kothavara, Kerala under the theme “Communicating Tourism: Media, Soft Power, and Management”. The current conference focuses […]

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Director Vishnu at Moon White international film festival

Waft crosses one lakh views

May 13, 2019

The romantic short drama Waft directed by Vishnu Udayan already created waves at film festivals now crossed one lakh view on YouTube Romantic short film Waft crossed one lakh view on YouTube. The film is written by Aaron Lance and produced by Green Parrot Talkies. According to director Vishnu: Waft is a passage of Ashvath’s […]

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Polar Beat’s first vocal track Faasley is fresh and trending

May 8, 2019

Written and directed by Diganta Debnath features singer Parichit Roy Independent music band Polar Beat’s first vocal track “Faasley” is getting trending on YouTube. It is a collaboration work with Parichit, a young and upcoming artist from Mumbai. The video is written and directed by Diganta Debnath, a journalism and mass communication student of Times […]

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