Often and whenever I get time, I prefer engaging in a debate with my friends. Generally, it’s philosophical in nature, but occasionally, our discussion wander into other areas. In one such conversation, with a female friend of mine, we ended up discussing perversion and men’s inclination to indulge in it. The argument went on the … More Note on – Short Film – “Stripped”
Source: Independent Critic
A Traveller of different Kind While this short film is of a Spoken Word genre, there’s visual poetry in addition to the one spoken. The entire film is color graded with blue and red, with both color covering half the screen. The red and the blue colors represent the choice offered to an individual. Remember, … More Note on – A Traveller of Different Kind
What do you do with NG footage from your documentary? What do you do if you have a Sunday without plans and a poetry that haunts you? Well, I guess, you would just do something like this. A short film of spoken poetry. An ode to the spirit of indie filmmaking.
Michael Keller is an American Filmmaker, who traveled alone to India, to make a crime drama set in the slums of India. Michael was moved by the stories he read on the human organ trading. Inspired by his further research on the global, underground organ trade, Keller set out to write a fictional film to expose … More Micro-budget Crime Drama, Red Gold to premier at Garden State Film Festival
Since I am closely associated with Kaichi Productions, which handled the post-production for Queen, I would refrain from commenting on the Editing and Visual Promotions. Besides that, I will try to be as fair as possible. Queen is no doubt a feel good movie and you will surely find it worth the money and time … More Kangana Ranaut is the new Queen of Bollywood!
There is a bunch of Bollywood reviewers on the internet, who have garnered a good reader-base over a period of time. And if you study their review patterns, you will soon figure out which celebrities & which films they are bound to favour and which they will rip apart. I doubt if these reviewers are … More One by Two – Good Film, Unfairly Reviewed
A story like Jai Ho, requires a lot of commitment. It’s a concept that has the power to change the mass mentality and influence the way the society thinks and functions. History is proof that movies have influenced the society time and again. A psychological study, I once read gave a detailed description of … More Jai Ho, Salman!
This post is about Ram Gopal Varma. While I don’t know him personally, but then a man like him, being the most talked-about director in India doesn’t need to be known personally. One can know everything there is to him from the media. Then again, am surrounded by his well-wishers, who adore him and his … More Ram Gopal Varma – The Director’s Dare!
A Good “Bad” Film! That’s what it is!! I avoided seeing this movie knowing that it’s not up to the mark. Then, based on the reviews, I decided not to watch it. But just last week, I ended up watching it. Clearly, this is not meant to be a negative review, for I somehow found … More Movie Review: Besharam