And sometimes, she loved me too

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Karan Talwar

english – italian subt.
15’, col., digital file, India, 2017

sceneggiatura/screenplay
Karan Talwar

fotografia/photography
Akshay Singh

montaggio/editing
Karan Talwar

musica/music
Kaizad Gherda

interpreti/cast
Neil Bhoopalam, Yuki Ellias

And sometimes, she loved me too explores the melancholy of objects left behind by lovers after the demise of their relationship. A soundscape of memories breathes life to these belongings, giving us an insight into the bitter-sweet experiences shared by them. Having inhabited the same space as the couple, we find that a macro exploration of these ordinary objects, helps us thread together the slow degradation of their companionship.

Karan Talwar is a filmmaker, co-founder and curator at Harkat Studios, a multi-disciplinary boutique arts studio based in Mumbai. He has spent the majority of career being an Associate Director in mainstream Hindi cinema. And sometimes, she loved me too is his first personal work as a filmmaker. 

A secret heart

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Cary Sawhney

english – italian subt.
16’, col., file digitale, UK, 2016

sceneggiatura/screenplay
Cary Sawhney

fotografia/photography
Adrian Peckitt, Oliver Ford

montaggio/editing
Daniel Davies

musica/music
Siddharth Dubey

interpreti/cast
Kingsley Amadi , Feryna Wazheir

Ade is a 23 year-old Londoner who after breaking up with his girlfriend, he accidentally bumps into a young woman and he is captivated by her beauty. This girl is probably a nurse that works in the local hospice, but when they meet again Ade discovers she isn’t who he thought.

 

Cary Sawhney studied photography, film and television at the University of Westminster of London, as well as completing a part-time filmmaking course at the Metropolitan Film School. A Secret Heart is the third short film of writer and director Cary Sawhney. His previous short films Looking For You and Khaana have
been screened at festivals internationally.

Shvaasa

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Vishnu Thilak

no dialogues
11’, col., digital file, India, 2017

sceneggiatura/screenplay
Vishnu Thilak

fotografia/photography
Uma Kumarapuram

montaggio/editing
Praveen Oups

musica/music
Vishnu Thilak

interpreti/cast
Irine Mariya, Ahana Mekhal, Swanam P Nair

The inevitable change brought about in a couple’s life, recollection and hopes, by the sudden death of their only daughter, Asha.

 

Vishnu Thilak is an Indian filmmaker, photographer and music supervisor. After quitting college he joined a film school and graduated in film direction. The death of three important people in his life, inspired his very personal new film Shvaasa.