Kanche | Movie Review

Published on Oct 26 2015 // Filmmaking, Guest Articles
A film with a humble request – “Kanche” a film by krish! Love and War – is always a proven hit combination in the World Cinema. Kanche (for a division) – a film by critically renowned film auteur Radha Krishna Jagarlamudi a.k.a Krish has created another masterpiece with a sincere note of...

AHALYA – a rhetorical vengeance against the patriarchy and MCP

Published on Sep 29 2015 // Filmmaking, Guest Articles
I am here to recruit people who are broad minded and have progressive thinking ability. To explore into my new article on Ahalya short film. You must have read the Ramayana, while Lord Ram turning stone to a beautiful woman. Ahalya – a beautiful womans’ liberation from the curse of Gauthama Maharshi. Long...

NOAH – A FLOOD FOR RENOVATION

Published on Apr 23 2014 // Filmmaking, Guest Articles
NOAH – A FLOOD FOR RENOVATION
No matter whether you are an atheist or agnostic or believer.  I intend not this writing to fall into your good looks, but aims to take you through ahead of what Darren Aronofsky’s NOAH 2014 has presented on screen. I trust Darren Aronofsky had the same strands in his mind while hunching for plots...

History of Green Screen Compositing

Published on Sep 25 2013 // Filmmaking, Visual Effects
History of Green Screen Compositing
Visual Effects in movies have been used ever since the beginning of Film Making. It started with one of the first filmmakers, Georges Méliès using compositing in his extraordinary movie – ‘Four Heads Are Better Than One‘, through to today’s modern day Digital Effects. The technique...

Summer Talks – Nicolas Winding Refn, ‘Only God Forgives’

Published on Aug 18 2013 // Filmmaking
Summer Talks – Nicolas Winding Refn, ‘Only God Forgives’
In an extensive interview Cannes award-winning Director Nicolas Winding Refn talks to the Film Society Lincoln Center after a screening of his latest, controversial movie ‘Only God Forgives’. There are a few SPOILERS, so if you’ve not seen the movie and don’t wanna know anything...

Cinematography Style – Documentary

Published on Jul 14 2013 // Filmmaking
Cinematography Style – Documentary
ARRI, Kodak and Technicolor in association with the American Society of Cinematographers present ‘Cinematographer Style‘. A Documentary film about the art of how and why films look the way they do. It is about the influence of style, technique and technology-the art and craft of filmmaking. Directed...

Kodak – Studio Lighting A Comparative Workshop

Published on Jul 10 2013 // Filmmaking
Kodak – Studio Lighting A Comparative Workshop
Kodak Cinematography Masterclass Series. A studio lighting comparative workshop with Donald McAlpine and Denis Lenoir. Two internationally renowned cinematographers light the same shots from the same dramatic script in this back-to-back workshop. Don McAlpine ( Patriot Games, Breaker Morant and My Brilliant...

Michael Caine – Acting in Film

Published on Jun 23 2013 // Filmmaking
Michael Caine – Acting in Film
Sir Michael Caine, an English actor and author, brings us this Awesome Six part Acting for Film Workshop. Renowned for his distinctive Cockney accent, Caine has appeared in over 115 films and is one of the UK’s most recognisable actors : Author – Abhijit Roy, India

HOLLYWOOD IN INDIA

Published on May 29 2013 // Filmmaking
HOLLYWOOD IN INDIA
    “HOLLYWOOD IN INDIA!”  Guest Article by   Vijay srinivasan from INDIA   , Senior lecturer  at Andhra Loyola College  , Visual Communication Department . Seeing the title of my article many of you will think, why I have chosen this title “HOLLYWOOD IN INDIA!” for this article. India...

Guest Article – Fairy Tale to Celluloid Films ( Jack the Giant Slayer )

Published on May 07 2013 // Filmmaking
Guest Article – Fairy Tale to Celluloid  Films ( Jack the Giant Slayer )
Guest Article  “Fairy Tale to Celluloid  Films (Jack the Giant Slayer) ”  by   Vijay srinivasan from INDIA   , Senior lecturer  at Andhra Loyola College  , Visual Communication Department . Now a day’s films have become most powerful medium to attract at the same time to disseminate...
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