Not sure if this is of popular opinion, but I’ve missed Eli Roth- at least behind the camera. I suppose is producer efforts kind of count, but I am thinking more of his personal creative efforts. 355 more words
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A Japanese film (2013) that discusses the seemingly never-ending debate – nature vs. nurture.
When does a man become a father? The day his wife tells him that she’s going to bear his child or when he raises a child, shaping whom the child will be in the future? 109 more words
“Sometimes travelling on the wrong train can lead you to the right destination.”
The Indian film (2013) has depth and meaning as an older, widowed man and a young housewife share their personal life stories through written letters delivered via Mumbai’s famous lunchbox delivery system (it’s actually really amazing but I won’t spoil it for you).82 more words
TNFF (Toronto Nepal Film Festival) started 2014 marketing campaign with an intent to portray Nepal beyond its mountains and temples in this year’s design.
And it found the artist exactly what it was looking for in Sneha Shrestha. 116 more words