Rush hour isn’t always where you think it is. All those loud noises you hear? Those aren’t blaring horns. You’d be surprised where all that ruckus is coming from. Just relax and immerse yourself in this ‘filmaiku’ – where film meets haiku, the Japanese art of meditative poetry. ‘Stuck in Inner Traffic’ came about inContinue reading “‘Stuck in Inner Traffic’ – Bandra Film Festival x YouTube”
Memories are movies in real life. This is what I experienced when I made my short film ‘The Saint’ back in 2007 which features my late maternal grandmother. Just some months before she passed away, I spent some time with her, video taping her memories of her life’s journey.She was going through an illness andContinue reading “‘The Saint’ – Bandra Film Festival x YouTube”
Film reels and vinyl records remind us of changing times. But the essence of movies and music remains unchanged: to explore new horizons and stretch creative boundaries. However, in the digital age, the very definition of cinema is being questioned.⠀⠀Recently, Martin Scorsese shared his views on how cinema has become ‘content’. That inspired me toContinue reading “Cinema is the new Vinyl”
The play of light in this image is a tribute to Walt Whitman’s poem ‘A Song of Joys’. Long exposure photography of contemporary dance performances leads to surprising, revelatory and hence, joyful, experiences. Photo prints available at Saatchi Art.
A fresh, summery collection, “Inner Sky – Cloud Nine” celebrates the blue skies and the feeling of being on, what else, cloud nine. Indulge at the Directed by Nyay store on Society6.
“Tripping The Light Fantastic” – by Nyay Bhushan Bronze winner – Professional – Book (Series) – Others category. The entry is also published in the PX3 2012 Annual 06. Paris, France Prix de la Photographie Paris (Px3) announces winners of PX3 2012 competition. 1 July 2012 Nyay Bhushan of India was Awarded: Third Prize inContinue reading “2012 PX3 Jury Awards”
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