Monthly Archives: December 2010

Director’s cut – Avantika, a WWI Alumni shares her experience!

Avantika Sharma from the city is on cloud nine. She has finished shooting for two Punjabi films Ek Kudi Punjab Di by Manmohan Singh and another untitled film by Trilok Singh, as an assistant director after completing a two-year course … Continue reading

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Renowned Bollywood-Town professionals shared their experiences about various aspects of filmmaking with us!

2010 was a year full of energy, enthusiasm and learning for the students of Whistling Woods International (WWI). The most renowned and experienced industry professionals from the film fraternity in India and other parts of the world like, Anurag Basu, … Continue reading

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Martin Scorsese’s 11 Scariest Horror Movies of All Time

1. The Haunting (Robert Wise, 1963) 2. Isle of the Dead (Mark Robson, 1945) 3. The Uninvited (Lewis Allen, 1944) 4. The Entity (Sidney J. Furie, 1981) 5. Dead of Night (Alberto Cavalcanti, 1945) 6. The Changeling (Peter Medak, 1980) … Continue reading

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WWI Alumni gets featured in HT!

Source: Hindustan Times

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Animated job scene

Animation as a genre is seeing a surge in India after the success of Lightstorm’s Avatar. There is a focus on developing animated content both for television audiences and for the movies. The animation industry in India, though a late … Continue reading

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WWI is hosting an Argentine Film Festival!

Oscar Winning & Oscar Nominated Argentine Films at Whistling Woods International this Friday & Saturday! Screening of the following films will happen today… i.e 3rd December 1. 11:00 am – Screening of ‘La Historia Oficial’ (114 min) 2. 02:30 pm … Continue reading

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Era of Silence

The birth of the world cinema was marked with silence. Not because it was an inauspicious start but because of a minor technical handicap- the fact that sound recording was not yet fully developed. 1895-1930 marked the era of silent … Continue reading

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