Ratcatcher: a realist film. Ratcatcher is the feature film debut by Lynne Ramsay who beautifully craft the story and created an exquisite piece of art. A powerful and subtle film that is rich on every aspect of the cinematograph. The film is set during the bin strikes in the mid of 1973 in Glasgow. The main […]Read more "Consolidating the cinematograph"
Movies are not plays. The power of cinematography consists of evoking extreme emotions of delight, sadness, or fear through the mastery of a cinematic syntax that has been developed for more than a century. Shot sizes, angles, and movements are the heart of an exceptional camerawork, which, coupled with a lighting crafted to enhance emotions, forms […]Read more "Illusion of depth: Exploring the cinematograph"
Cinematograph is the process of capturing the scene in on a strip of film or in a digital format. The key of the cinematographer is to control the depth of the image on the screen. Cinematograph is my passion! Therefore, is the subject that I’m mostly hunger to learn it techniques… The Conformist This film […]Read more "Cinematograph:Writing in Movement"
The Night Of Hunter ” Of all film techniques, mis-en-scene is the one that viewers notice most.” ( Bordwell ) The term mis-en-scene derivates from the French theatrical expression that literally means ” put into the scene”. Everything that we see in a frame composition is created by mis-en-scene. Mis-en-Scene offers the filmmaker the control of the […]Read more "Mis-en-Scene: Creating an imaginary world"
A compelling and unforgettable portrayal of life within the maze prison at the time of 1981 IRA hunger strike. Bobby Sands is an IRA prisioner at the Maze Prizon in Northen Irland. He uses his body as way to protest against the system going into a hunger strike that leads to his death. Directed and co-written […]Read more "Hunger"
Here my journey to the Silver Screen begin… What’s the future hold for me out there?!? Let’s find out together…Read more "Sharing my dreams and madness!!!"