Category Archives: Whistling Woods International

MBA in Media and Entertainment

Entertainment is a huge and important part of our life today. Every mode of communication from our phones to our laptops and everything in between embodies elements of entertainment. This has made media and entertainment as one of the toughest … Continue reading

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Memo-Rising Dialogues!

Actors often struggle to memorize dialogues at the beginning of their careers. Perhaps you couldn’t remember the next part of your monologue, or maybe the next line of dialogue just wasn’t coming to mind. Most actors use monotonous mnemonics to … Continue reading

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Importance of Color Palette in the film!

Just by watching a single frame of ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ you can tell that it’s a Wes Anderson movie. This is because of its symmetrical compositions, saturated color pallet and typically 70’s styling. Every film has its own way … Continue reading

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Relationship of Director and Director of Photography

  One of the most collaborative relationships on any film set is the relationship of a Director and Director of Photography (DOP) . They are the two sides of a coin; a director visualizes the film but a DOP is responsible … Continue reading

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The cameras that made the magic possible

We all know that when it comes to film making, the camera we use can have the single greatest bearing on the outcome! But more importantly, it comes down to the mind that guides the camera and captures incredible scenes … Continue reading

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From Comics to Movies

It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it used to be just Superman, but now it’s like the whole comic industry is flocking to the movie screens. Not only producing some of the most memorable heroes on-screen but also showing movie-watchers … 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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