Category Archives: Animation

German Artist’s 3D Animations Are Mind-Bending Visual Displays

Oliver Latta is a visual artist and designer whose work has taken the internet by the storm. Known for his abstract style, this artist’s vision brings our daily and seemingly monotonous actions to life in the most unique way. Using … Continue reading

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Subhash Ghai’s 70 mm Plans!

The Show Man on Hindi Cinema – Subhash Ghai plans to transform Entertainment into a much Bigger Experience with his decision to venture into the exhibition business. After Production & Distribution, the Filmmaker decides to make a chain of multiplexes … Continue reading

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Horror – A Pure Play Of Mind

Amongst all the Genres that are prevalent in the industry, horror is that one type which elicit extreme emotions, namely fear, disgust & terror. All it does is make us involved in a ghastly situation which is supernatural & supports … Continue reading

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Jean-Luc Godard – Life Uncut

“I pity the French Cinema because it has no money. I pity the American Cinema because it has no ideas.” A French Filmmaker born in the year 1930, founder of New Wave & the one who challenged the conventions of … Continue reading

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Indian Cinema – Million Stories & One Canvas

Cinema – a word which is not just restricted to mere entertainment but an art of expression which conveys million emotions. It’s a myth that Indian Cinema is just about Bollywood, but there are films which are far beyond commercialization. … Continue reading

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“Abuses, accents and language are mandatory to create the distinction of characters in my movies,” says Sudhir Mishra to the students of Whistling Woods International

The students at Whistling Woods International were thrilled to have a master class with Sudhir Mishra, renowned director, scriptwriter and well known for his critically acclaimed movies like ‘Hazaaron Khwaishein Aisi’, ‘Khoya Khoya Chand’ and his latest, ‘Yeh Saali Zindagi’. … Continue reading

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AVATAR – Technological Cult

As it is said that legends cannot by recreated nor can they be destroyed! Avatar is one such legendary creation crafted by James Cameron who actually waited for more than 15 years to make AVATAR simply because the technology he … Continue reading

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