Category Archives: WWI Student

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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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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An Unfinished Letter…

…written by debutant screenwriter from WWI Ranjan Ghosh is a delight for the senses.. An aging actress,a suicide note,memories and the media glare…does she survive it? Know more on 29th August 2011 when the movie releases at the theatre near … 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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