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

Romanticism of Abuse in Media

The Vampire Diaries, Gossip Girl, Kabir Singh, 365 Days—what do all of these shows and movies have in common?

No, it is not the inability of male leads in these to keep their shirts on. Neither is it the poorly written, seemingly empty, out-of-depth female characters that serve but a Continue Reading

Spotlights and Film Scores

You’re in the theatre watching a movie, it’s a Friday night and you want a break from the harsh real world, away from all your troubles. 

The movie is Interstellar and you watch the sweet-talking protagonist Dr Cooper scurry across inter-dimensional portals & wormholes, exploring the depths of the universe, Continue Reading

To Gruber and To Snape

“Always”.

Who would have imagined that one simple word could ever mean so much to millions of people all over the world? One word that would teach so many people what love is. Every single ‘witch’ and ‘wizard’ reading this will be able to understand who is being referred to … Continue Reading

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