She admitted that many, including herself, made the mistake of obsessing about the external things - and ignoring the internal things/themselves in the whole filmmaking process; when actually one is the most important instrument and so one should nurture and preserve one's physical, emotional and mental being. She urged me to think about it and find the space and peace to think, to ideate and to create.
Tag: women filmmakers
woman, where art thou?
Jayakrishnan of email@example.com posted a comment on this blog on 17.1.2010: Thanks a lot for Happy Journey. It was wonderful – my favorite from Kerala Cafe. I hope upcoming artists like you can answer the foreign delegate at IFFK who asked “Where have all the Malayali women directors gone?”. All the best! Thank you Jayakrishnan. [...]
Who teaches whom?
Its that time of year when people turn to film appreciation, with two-three major fests in India and so much debate/discussion on the worth of 'good cinema'. Over the next 10 days, am designing a filmmaking workshop for women and attending another workshop where am supposed to handle the segment on Short Films - both [...]