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Rajkumar Hirani Shares 5 Useful Tips on Filmmaking at Whistling Woods International

Rajkumar Hirani is a National Award and Filmfare Award-winning director, screenwriter and film editor, best known for the films Munna Bhai MBBS and 3 Idiots, earning him a well-respected place in cinematic history. The filmmaker led a 5th Veda session … Continue reading

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Imtiaz Ali Shares 5 Useful Insights From His Own Experiences at Whistling Woods International

Bringing his immeasurable experience and vast knowledge of the Indian film industry forth, Imtiaz Ali, director of movies such as Highway, Tamasha, and Rockstar, conducted a 5th Veda session at Whistling Woods International. Every 5th Veda session brings forth invaluable … Continue reading

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6 Helpful Tips for a Budding Editor

Editing is a crucial part of the post-production process of film-making which involves the selection and merging of shots to create a finished/complete film. This craft requires skills that develop with time and experience, but six helpful tips that a … Continue reading

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7 golden rules for Your First Short Film

The easy availability of DSLR cameras, consumer editing packages, and cheap VFX has made filmmaking incredibly accessible and easier today. This has given rise to a number of independent filmmakers and if you are thinking of joining the rank this … Continue reading

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    The dilemma about attending Film School by Somnath Sen

Essentially, filmmaking is storytelling – but it needs immense amounts of technology.  Technology that is becoming, more and more available today.  Pick up a camera (your phone has one) and shoot.  Edit on one of the many free to use … Continue reading

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Some unknown facts about the Greatest Animation guru of all time

Walt Disney may have left us. But his films and movies will always be with us. This visionary man gave us the first feature length animated movie, ‘Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs’ and ‘Mickey Mouse’. Below is a list … Continue reading

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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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