‘The White Fields’ Wins Best Editing Award

A big, bright and happy day for us! A student grad film has won an award at an international film festival this year! The ​White Fields", directed by Kartik Parmar and edited by Sai Murali won the Best Editing Award (Student) in the 6th Kolkata Shorts International Film Festival 2017. The White … [Read more...]

AISFM Film Fest Showcases Students’ Splendid Work

It’s that time of the year again, when Annapurna International School of Film and Media (AISFM) is ready to proudly present to the world, the brilliant work of their graduating students. A festival of films in the truest sense of the word, the films were shown to an eager audience that comprised of … [Read more...]

Why these actors deserve the nomination for Best Actor, Oscars 2015

The much-awaited awards season has begun with a bang. The Internet is buzzing with excitement as the Academy Awards 2015 is just a couple of weeks away. With a slew of exciting films in the race, the Oscar nominations have lit up the stratosphere in showbiz. Movie buffs and social media have gone … [Read more...]

When stars admit to failures

Hallelujah! Shah Rukh Khan finally admitted that his acting in Happy New Year left a lot to be desired. The movie released last year, raked in the moolah at the Box Office, but left scores of SRK fans highly disappointed. And Shah Rukh’s admission has shocked many because stars don’t admit to … [Read more...]

Reminder: 48 Hour Film Project Workshop/Meet and Greet is Wednesday 4th April.

Hey Film-Lovers! This is just a quick reminder about the workshop at Annapurna Studios (Banjara Hills, Hyderabad) tomorrow for the 48 Hour Film Project. From 4-5pm our CEO, Hollywood director Kurt Inderbitzin, will be conducting a workshop on how to approach the 48 hour deadline from a … [Read more...]

48 Hour Film Project lands in Hyderabad! Are you ready?

The 48 hour film project (or 48FP for short) is an awesome competition in which teams of filmmakers (or aspiring filmmakers) are given a prop, a theme and a line of dialogue. They then have 48 hours to make and submit their film. The competition first started back in 2001 and has spread around … [Read more...]