Size does matter

I came across this fascinating video on how aspect ratio has evolved over the years and has shaped our movie watching experience. http://vimeo.com/68830569 Have you ever wondered if your movie going experience would be any different had you watched it in a different theater?  The answer seems intuitive right...of course it would be, sound systems,... Continue Reading →

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TEN (ABBAS KIAROSTAMI, 2002) – A REVIEW

If one ever wanted to see the invisible oppressive face the Man, this film makes one see ten distinct poses of patriarch power. A divorced mother navigates the Man’s world in her car while she drives her son to his grandmother’s house. It seems that the mother, in trying to convince her son to stay... Continue Reading →

Review: Saving Face

Saving Face, the Oscar award winning short documentary by Daniel Junge and Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy is a film that touches the heart and leaves a deep seated helplessness in the soul. The film appeals to the logical, educated and ‘civilized’ human conscious for a sound reason as to why a hundred odd men in Pakistan, and... Continue Reading →

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