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Pardon me, for I am just a child. Pardon me, for it is my first time. Gazing down at the ocean of love. What do you do when your imagination has been captured by a work of art so subtle yet so profound, that you feel the urge to bottle the moment in some personal,...
FILM REVIEW: The world is round and its societal norms, twisted. Individuals belonging to the LGBT community are viewed by the society in a rather eccentric fashion. “Out” by Krysanne Martis is a film that explores the stories of two young women, how they revealed their “queer” gender identities before a society that is strongly...
FILM REVIEW: Baarish by Sarthak Verma is a mellow, poetic tale about the discovery of oneself through loss — a subtle blend of memories and reality, and all-in-all an ode to hope, which takes you on a roller-coaster of emotions. Through strong troughs and crests, the narrative builds up into a crescendo and ultimately leaves...
MUSIC REVIEW: There are bad days, and there are good days. Sometimes, you fail a test miserably. Sometimes, you just spend the day on your bed relaxing and listening to some good music. Those are the good days. I was in one of those happy moods one day, listening to some great tunes. My taste...
FILM REVIEW: The ordinary human mind craves familiarity, security, even monotony over change. It interprets these as signs of prosperity and accomplishment. But there are a few among us who yearn for fresh experiences, better challenges to stimulate their intellect and keep it from falling into the dreary desert sands of dead habit. Grey Scale...
FILM REVIEW: It is definitely a no-brainer that filmmaking is a tedious process with a lot of investment, months of grind and oodles of preparation. However, students at Symbiosis Centre of Media and Communication break this rule every year. This year they did so for the 24 Hour Film Challenge at the SCMC’s very own...
FILM REVIEW: Listen to the Storm is the story of two kids who lived together, laughed together, and made music together. Rohan was a bright kid, deeply passionate about his music, albeit extremely reserved. His best friend, a contrasting image of his own self, was exactly who he needed to keep him in check. The...
FILM REVIEW: ‘Wacko’ by Akshat Jha, Dhwani Bhargava, Akshit Gupta and Shashank is a short film which would make you say- ‘I never saw this coming’. The film has the perfect combination of suspense, mystery and humor which makes it so engaging. It also stars Shivya Ganesh and Jainil as supporting actors who have undoubtedly...