IN FOCUS Interviews and Discussions

We spoke to Ankur Kapoor Director of "The Passing" who mixes scifi with a certain absurdity, and is a voice we find truly unique. Here he spoke about his love for films, his unique influences

We spoke to Saurabh Gupta - Director of Sohum Shah Anushka Ranjan starrer Gulabi lens.   Hello Saurabh, where did you grow up?  I grew up all over India. My father worked for the

Goldphlake was one of the first lockdown shorts to come out in recent times. We spoke to the director Ashutosh Pathak on his restlessness, on casting Arjun, on shooting with Sharib amidst the

I’ve tried then to train myself in telling these question-riddled stories in as ‘accessible’ and ‘entertaining’ forms as possible, so that a wider set of individuals – wider both by age and culture – can access it, and be moved by it. The medium doesn’t matter.

We speak to Kevork Aslanyan, a young director from Bulgaria, about his short film Getting Fat In A Healthy Way  Hi Kevork! Can you tell us something about yourself? What made you want to make

It is generally said about Kubrick that all his films deal with such diverse subjects that it is hard to believe that it is made by the same person. In this essay I would try to formulate my synthesis of his films with emphasis on his philosophy, architecture, sound, music and use of colors.

SFW's Best Shorts of 2015 These were the most popular, the most watched and our favorite short films of the year. Each film and film-maker told personal stories and took the form in a new

"I wanted to try and make the vibe of Knives to feel like the sort of movie the main character would himself enjoy."

My photography helps in composition. The kind of film you are making, based on that, you find it easier to frame each and every shot.

The whole process took about a year and a half. Half the time was all preproduction. After that, it was a fairly monotonous but amazing experience of slowly turning the whole project into animation. I did about 3-4 seconds a day.

The story of Siberia draws from and is dedicated to the story of Laika, sent into space in the Sputnik II. The film follows its central character, Reena, trapped a seemingly familiar scenario of a woman who believes that as she sits in her house, alone, she is accompanied by the looming presence of a large rat.

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