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Cinema - on an Independent Note!

Cinema is an invention without future”, commented Louis Lumiere in 1895! For the Lumiere brothers Cinema was only an extension of photography. They couldn't foresee the story telling capabilities of cinema. According to them it was just a passing fad that was supposed to fade away once the initial curiosity withered away. But history proved that Lumiere's prediction was utterly wrong. Cinema just took over the world by a storm. Once its story telling capabilities were discovered and the entertainment value ascertained, various business models took shape in different parts of the world.


All About Marilyn Monroe

Marilyn Monroe

It is difficult to describe someone, since their memories are by their nature, fragmented, isolated and arbitary as glimpses one has at night through lighted windows. Though they have departed these memories still linger all round us making them immortal forever. On June 1, 1926, one such legend was born who stole millions of hearts with her innocence and charm, she was Norma Jean Mortenson (later baptized as Norma Jean Baker) popularly known as Marilyn Monroe, the bubble headed blond whose life was anything but bliss.


A Hitchcockian Recreation

Hitchcock, All Lights Film Magazine
movies are always a phenomenal pursuit to the dark rooms of human souls. It reminds the spectators what they might have been and discovers what belongs to them apart from their single lives. The ever venerated movie ‘The Birds’ is a masterpiece by Hitchcock which is based on a story written by Daphne Du Maurier. It takes the spectator to unknown emotional territories where he does not know how to react.