March2018

  • S Durga

    S Durga

    S Durga “takes you on a night ride with the beasts that assume human shapes”. Director: Sanal Kumar Sasidharan Cinematographer: Prathap Joseph Starring: Rajshri Deshpande, Bilas Nair, Arun Sol India theatrical release date: Genre: Meaningful Cinema, Drama, Fantasy, Horror Language: Malayalam Duration: 1 hour 25 mins   Nominations & Awards...
  • Hichki

    Hichki

    Starring: Rani Mukerji, Supriya Pilgaonkar, Ivan Rodrigues Director: Siddharth Malhotra India release date: Mar 23, 2018 Genre: Comedy, Drama Language: Hindi Duration: 1 hour, 56 mins   “Front of the Class, a Hallmark Hall of Fame movie shown on CBS in 2008, was viewed by over 12 million people....
  • The Master

    The Master

    Paul Thomas Anderson is not an easy American filmmaker to characterize but his work is perhaps best understood as an American response to European art cinema of the post-war years. Classical Hollywood cinema or studio filmmaking from the 1920s onwards has insisted on a plot which is driven by...
  • FICCI FRAMES 2018 Iss. III

    FICCI FRAMES 2018—a Global Convention of Media & Entertainment

    This year too, from March 4th to 7th, the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) organized their prestigious global convention FICCI FRAMES in Mumbai. The event focuses on almost the entire spectrum of the media and entertainment industry. It was attended by eminent delegates including industry...
  • Kautik

    Kautik International Student Film Festival

    Less than a year since CEFM-the Hermitage, Kaumun University, initiated a filmmaking course, the faculty and first batch of fourteen students organised what was supposed to be a tiny (and first-of-its-kind) campus film festival. Atop the Himalayas. Within the city of lakes. Naintal. Uttarakand. It immediately attracted the attention...
  • 7 Days in Entebbe

    7 Days in Entebbe

    7 Days in Entebbe is a film inspired by true events. In the summer of 1976, an Air France jet traveling from Tel Aviv to Paris is taken over in midair by four hijackers; two Palestinians and two left-wing German radicals. When the plane is diverted to an abandoned...
  • Gringo

    Gringo

    Gringo, revolving around a mild-mannered businessman who is assigned the task of delivering the formula of a new weed pill to a lab in Mexico and all the obstacles he faces, combines dark humour with dramatic intrigue.   Starring: David Oyelowo, Charlize Theron, Joel Edgerton, Amanda Seyfried, Thandie Newton Director: Nash Edgerton India...
  • FICCI FRAMES 2018 Iss. III

    Vol. III. Iss. III. Mar 2018

    Vol. II. Iss. VII. Cinematic Illusions A Community Journal Of Artists, By Artists, For Artists Vol. III. Iss. III. March 01—31, 2018     Table of Contents Cinema | Review. Hollywood film—Terrence Malick’s The Tree of Life …………………………………………………………… MK Raghavendra Cinema | Event. FICCI FRAMES 2018—a Global Convention of Media & Entertainment...
  • World Viewing Women Cinema

    World Viewing Women Cinema

    It was an era where everything was being phallocentric, including women. Women started to think like man, see like man and even perceive like man. Language and literature was also being male centred. Women started to lode their identity as a gender of its own. It was during this...