Westernisation of Anime

Japan is a country that is isolated from the rest of the world, geographically, culturally, and linguistically, yet it is still a wonder that the first thing that comes to mind when mentioning Japan is anime.

We can trace the globalisation of anime to the late ’90s and early ’00s. Continue Reading

A Brief History of Time (with Christopher Nolan)


Christopher Nolan, the renowned filmmaker, is a master of mind games. His storytelling heavily involves the use of time, deception, and individual identity. Unconventionally narrated and carefully structured, his movies simplify the themes of epistemology. Intriguing approaches to otherwise bland ideas of philosophies appeal to many cinema-goers, enrapturing them in
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Movie Posters: A Film in A Frame

A dazzling colour scheme, a clever concept and a grabbing image—that’s all it takes to capture your interest in a film. An art form in its own right, movie posters have long been a huge part of movie promotion. A method of visual communication, they enable producers around the world Continue Reading

Say What: Bad Polly

A large part of the way we talk, walk and react is influenced by our parents. It is a known fact that children pick up their parents’ behaviour, but have you ever thought about how a pet parrot might do the same?

Some birds learn to communicate through social learning … Continue Reading

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