Monthly Archives: January 2011

An enriching Master Class for students of Whistling Woods International with Ramesh Sippy

”Passion for cinema and belief in oneself is important to become an ace director”, says Mr. Sippy Mr. Ramesh Sippy, renowned director and producer, visited Whistling Woods International (WWI) recently to share his expert knowledge with the enthusiastic bunch of … Continue reading

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Manoj Kumar – the Patriotic face of Indian Cinema!

Reasons why Manoj Kumar became the Patriotic face of Indian Cinema! 1. His is epic role in ‘Shaheed’ established his identity as ‘Mr. Bharat’ forever. 2. ‘Jai Jawan Jai Kisan’ slogan was making waves throughout the country when the issue … Continue reading

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“Our beloved Chairman, Mr Subhash Ghai honoured with a special award for his contribution to the Indian Cinema at PIFF 2011”

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Whistling Woods International continues association with the Pune International Film Festival

Whistling Woods International (WWI), will reprise its role as curator of the student film competition – a part of The Pune International Film Festival (PIFF). PIFF 2011 is being held from 6-13 January, 2011. In 2008, WWI introduced a special … Continue reading

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Subhash Ghai to receive a special achievement award in recognition of his contribution to Indian Cinema at the Pune International Film Festival on 6th January

Whistling Woods International (WWI), Asia’s largest institute for Film, Television, Animation and Media Arts is extremely proud of the fact that its Chairman and Founder, Filmmaker Subhash Ghai, shall be receiving the ‘Special Achievement Award’ in recognition of setting up … Continue reading

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NASA Names Most Realistic and Unrealistic Sci-Fi Films of All Time

Working through the year-end best/worst movie lists can be a feat of Olympic proportions, but there’s one list which is so damn cool you’ll definitely want to give it a whirl. NASA and the Science and Entertainment Exchange (their website … Continue reading

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