There is no doubt that DC’s superheroes are some of the most popular in the world. Whereas most had never heard of Black Panther, Deadpool or even Thor and Iron Man till the films made them famous, almost everyone knew or had heard of Batman and Superman and considered themselves fans. With this footing, it […]
The trailer for my upcoming short film, Thieves, was released yesterday. It is a story of a bike theft and moments when we are faced with cut-and-dried questions about how far we are willing to go to survive. ❧
I have not written here for over a week now owing to the fact that I have been extremely busy with my upcoming short film, Thieves. And while I work on a film, I prefer to focus my emotion and thoughts to it wholly, because I have found that external stimuli can substantially affect my directing […]
Perhaps I am late to the party, but Spectre only released this week where I live and, naturally, I watched it on the first day. It is James Bond after all. In short, I loved the film, but I decided it was worth taking a moment to pen some extended thoughts here. Spectre is the twenty–fourth film […]
Having started using Picturelife to backup and organise my photographs across my iPhone and Mac, here’s my experience with it and some passing thoughts.
An iPhone 6 Plus short film conceived and filmed in an afternoon, made entirely with an iPhone 6 Plus and its stock camera app to see its capabilities.
Chris Nolan’s “Interstellar” received good reviews and questioning looks. Now we explore the physics behind Interstellar and understand the film better.
Origami is a short film about two men who have never met, between whom a bond develops as they begin exchanging a series of origami figures. Watch the trailer and view the poster in this brief post-production announcement.
This installment of “Nature diaries” explores the hustle and bustle of civilisation: who we are, our beliefs, our lives and the juxtapositions of society.
A look at Fernando Eimbcke’s masterful, patient and character-filled exploration of life and the little things that shape it.
Te acuerdas de lake Tahoe – Spanish/Mexico – Fernando Eimbcke
A case for and against the feared death of classics, featuring The Beatles, Beethoven, Jan Kubelik, Beiber and other people whose works are alive and kicking.
A few thoughts on the lovely Rutscho-Dauwalder-Wysser-Nandakumar concert for classical guitars and flute from the Baroque era.
Listen to and download all soundtracks from our well-received short film, “The Abel Photographer”, along with a preview of our new opening credits and more!
Wally Pfister and Christopher Nolan part ways to direct their next films. How will the long-time teammates fare in a competition against each other in 2014?
An ongoing orchestral piece based upon William Shakespeare’s tragedy, “Macbeth”. Listen to part of Act 1 completed so far as two movements in E-flat major.