Features

“Uncle Aunty” – A Movie Review

Generally, the youth is shown to be hooked to the digital world. Here, Gupta has taken up a completely ignored section of the society in this context, which believe it or not, is actually equally smitten by the dotcom revolution. Additionally, the vintage black and white effect was more like a reverse interpretation emphasizing on the crux of the story loud and clear.

People

This Actor is Reaching Out To Masses Through His YouTube Channel

Sometimes you can do everything right and the video might not get that much attention, and sometimes it works when you least expect it to. He says the true key is to remain consistent and keep trying. There is no fixed formula for going viral!

Updates WIIFF 2018

The Vent Machine Completes First Content Partnership Collaboration Successfully

In just two months, The Vent Machine (TVM) proudly stands at 18K+ hits and has successfully completed the first official content  partnership collaboration with Whatashort Independent International Festival 2018.

WIIFF 2018

WIIFF 2018 Day 2 – An Exuberant Celebration of Art and Talent

As expected WIIFF 2018 did not disappoint attendees on the second day either. Day 2 of this unique international short film festival was packed with spellbinding movies from different parts of the world. People were treated to amazing content from Brazil, Singapore, UK, India, Germany, Iran, and Turkey. 

WIIFF 2018

For Those Who Wish to take The Road Less Taken

Meet Rajesh Yadev (popular YouTuber and Actor – The Burning Brains), Juhi Garg (Co-founder ED Times) and Saurabh Singhal (Comedian and Voice Artist) during the WIIFF 2018 extravaganza on Day 2.

People

This Delhite Who Belongs to Uttarakhand is Keeping Bihar’s Traditional Art Alive

Meet 24-year-old Jaya Dourbi, a Delhite from Uttarakhand who is keeping Bihar’s traditional art form – the Madhubani Painting alive. 

WIIFF 2018

WIIFF 2018 Commences With a Bang

Well, the city is looking forward to Days 2 and 3 with higher hopes and anticipation after this amazing start. See you at the festival!

Collaborations

Looking For The Light by Arunima

This romanticization of the ‘troubled genius’ is something we need to let go of. No, it’s not okay to suffer – it doesn’t look cool. You’re not supposed to suffer to make good art. In fact, the clearer your mind, the better the art.

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