Pandemic shaped art
Four artists channel their personal and collective memories of a year dominated by COVID-19Emerge, evolve and thrive have been the significant words from the last year’s pandemic. The art world too is learning to adapt and survive, creating a narrative based on personal and collective memories. Four artists explain how their practice and ideals have been shaped by the pandemic.
A mechanical engineer turned short film maker Chinmoy Barma has given a digital shape to some of ghosts and spirits of Assam through artificial intelligence-driven software.
Remember Malayalam viral song ‘Jimikki Kammal’? Its singer, Renjith Unni, has turned music composer in upcoming Tamil forest thriller, ‘Parundhaaguthu Oor Kuruvi’ starring Vivek Prasanna
The makers confirmed that the writing for the Kantara prequel has commenced today, on the occasion of Ugadi
Dhruva Sarja headlines ‘KD- The Devil’ which also stars V Ravichandran and Sanjay Dutt
Kovai Guna was a popular mimicry artist and comedian, best-known for his performances in the Vijay TV show Kalakka Povadhu Yaaru and the Sun TV show Asatha Povadhu Yaaru
Gautham Karthik’s ‘August 16, 1947’ trailer tells the ‘most shocking chapter’ of India’s independence
Produced by AR Murugadoss, the film is set to release in theatres on April 7
Written by Ashley Robinson, the stage adaptation will be directed by Jonathan Butterell featuring songs by Dan Gillespie Sells
‘Star Wars: Skeleton Crew’ is the upcoming Disney+ show that stars Jude Law and hails from Tom Holland’s Spider-Man trilogy director Jon Watts
The Indian PR spoke about the production of multi-lingual films in India at the UN and also emphasized the fact that Kannada films are contributing 10% to it
Arati Kadav’s lo-fi sci-fi is beautifully conceived, as tender and fleeting as life itself
Amitabh Bachchan took to Instagram and shared an old picture of him walking the ramp at a fashion show, hoping to get back to the grind soon