Tag Archives: Film-making

An Idea Whose Time Has Come

Academia-industry collaboration has always been a hotbed of discussion on both sides of the union. Some might say that industry and academia sit at two opposite ends of the spectrum and the twain shall never meet, but what we are … 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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This Week at Whistling Woods International

Orientation and Training program for students at Whistling Woods International is a continuous process designed to provide WWI students with the knowledge they need to succeed academically and socially. Events on Monday, 25th July’ 2011, 10.30 a.m. to 4.00 p.m. … Continue reading

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“Film-making is a commercial enterprise,” says Komal Nahta, the renowned Film Trade Analyst, at Whistling Woods International

Komal Nahta, Bollywood’s respected trade analyst and film critic, visited Whistling Woods International recently to share his knowledge and experiences with the enthusiastic bunch of students. Komal Nahta is also the editor and publisher of Film Information, the largest circulated … Continue reading

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