By Shaily Mishra Shaily Mishra is a final-year undergraduate student of journalism at Kalindi College, Delhi University. She is a budding cinematographer who likes to be called a feminist visual storyteller. She mostly drifts around mining the repository of forgotten and underrated Indian Cinema or attempts to unclog her writer’s block. She can be found …
Film is the art for the masses, created by large-scale productions that employ hundreds if not thousands of people, and are viewed by millions around the world at massive screens where hundreds of people share in a singular cinematic experience.
The Cinema Edition. In an era where the film’s narrative capabilities were being explored and the focus of cinema was slowly shifting to story driven ventures and articulations of establishing shots, continuity and story telling conventions,
The Cinema Edition. Cinema, one of the most recent art forms, has been in discussion, in regards of its relevance, for quite a while now. Being a pioneering medium of moving images, its popularity has spread across different cultures and generations, and its impact continues to be felt even today.