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Don't let it drop: How this Odia youth's documentary on water wastage is hot on the film festival circuit

The cinematographer for Last Drop is Swarup Ranjan and the sound mixing has been done by Pratap Kumar. The crew toured extensively to find the right locales to shoot this short documentary 
 

Published on 8th July 2020
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Gliding through the bumpy Highways of Life: Why Amar Maibam's film of truckers tell the real Manipur's story

Amar has had a stronger connection with the highways and truckers more than others. He was a bus conductor for around five years — from 1995 to 2000 

Published on 7th July 2020
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Over 150 international films at the 11th edition of the KASHISH Mumbai Queer Film festival

Tipped as South Asia's biggest LGBTQIA+ film festival, it is the first Indian film festival to come up with a slate of new programs for this year

Published on 7th July 2020
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These twin child actors from the UK have set up a platform to help train young, aspiring actors

The Keston Twins founded Stagebox to teach young talented actors the tricks of the trade and help them navigate their way through the industry

Published on 6th July 2020
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This 13-year-old British Indian has become the first mixed-race actor to star as Annie at London's West End Theatre

After beginning her acting career at a very young age, Isobel Khan has been able to tread a whole new  path by performing the iconic role at West End Theatre

Published on 2nd July 2020
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This Odia art teacher's short film is about a theatre director's struggle to keep the stage relevant in an OTT-obsessed world

The film Mahanataka attempts to revive the love for Indian classical drama in the hearts of one and all. Director Vishal Patnaik takes us all through the making of this film and his thoughts about it

Published on 1st July 2020
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Stegcloak anyone? These SSN students' crypto software lets you send secret messages in text messages

Developed by CSE students from SSN College of Engineering, Stegcloak lets you send seemingly normal messages on any app but conceals secret information

Published on 30th June 2020
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How Kalki Subramaniam is building a wall of stories to bring to light the horrors transgenders live through

The Red Wall Project brings real experiences of transgender individuals through an art project — displayed in schools and colleges — that brings together stories of sexual harassment and bullying 

Published on 27th June 2020
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The British Council's Digital Pride Festival aims to celebrate diverse queer voices from India and the UK

Organised in partnership with The Queer Muslim Project, the initiative brings together various art forms by LGBTQIA+ artists from around the world

Published on 22nd June 2020
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Missing IPL? Likhith Dorbala's Sunrisers Hyderabad theme song is what every fan needs

The video of Orange Army, for which we will have to wait for a month, will feature Likhith watching a cricket match being played on the streets, in which, an underdog helps the team win the match  

Published on 21st June 2020
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This is why director Sukumar and Krish loved Deepak Reddy's short film Manasanamaha

Deepak Reddy's short film Manasanamaha is making the right noise in films festivals and the Telugu film industry. It is shot perfect technically and is a sweet love story that will touch your heart 

Published on 21st June 2020
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Striking gold in Thariode: How this director's yen for history led to this documentary

Nirmal Baby Varghese, the director of the documentary Thariode speaks about the history of gold mining in Kerala and the international actors who will be part of his feature film

 

Published on 20th June 2020
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14-year-old makes short film on the roads at night in Kochi amid lockdown

Sreehari Rajesh, a 10th standard student, shot and edited the documentary while traveling with his father, Rajesh Ramakrishnan, for voluntary work of supplying food to the needy people 

Published on 15th June 2020
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The David Baldacci interview: I can be brutal when it comes to killing off characters 

When you grab a book by bestselling author David Baldacci, you know you will be hooked from the first word. We try to understand his writing process and which book of his Hollywood is looking at next

Published on 10th June 2020
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Why every coffee enthusiast should look out for the documentary 'C for Coffee'

The documentary C for Coffee focuses on the state of coffee in our country and how it affects the lives of several people who are dependent on it, we find out more

Published on 27th May 2020

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