Denin Rajkumar’s artwork presents Tamil film personalities in new and unexpected ways.
Antara creates a comic panel based on the futuristic movie Her.
Sanjana watches Roopa Rao’s Kannada film Gantumoote and draws her thoughts.
Keerthana’s rendering of visuals from the Lebanese film Capernaum
Kurien watches a movie about the world’s first female imam.
Sadhna’s illustration inspired by the film Working Woman.
Elayabharath caught a screening of this film in Singapore and made a painting.
Jayanthi Sankar painted a set of four posters, for the movies she watched at EUFF 2019.
Priyadershini watched Kamila Andini’s film and attempts to recreate her journey.
Naveena Vijayan watches a gourmet film that leaves her hungry.
A fabulous comic panel by Unaka, about the pleasure of watching animated films.
Báječný komiks od Unaky o požitku ze sledování animovaných filmů.
Vishwanathan talks to those who make the magic of cinema possible—the men in the projection rooms, the ticket collector, the popcorn vendor.
Artist and graphic novelist Sonny Liew shares a few of his comic strips with us.
Upamanyu takes us along as he writes about 26 movies that have stayed with him, one for each letter of the alphabet; accompanied by his stunning artwork.
Priyadershini Deivakumar recreates scenes from the Austrian film Fly Away Home, and takes us through her process.
John Tung talks to us about Cinerama, the moving image exhibition he curated, his interests and influences.
Ming Wong talks to us about art, inspirations, his love for old cinema halls, and Making Chinatown.
Deepak sketches some memorable characters from Quentin Tarantino’s films.
Maanasa Visweswaran pays tribute to Deepa Mehta’s Earth (1998), a film that continues to resonate with her.
Jayanthi Sankar shares with us film-inspired art work, and a couple of anecdotes.