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From WikiPedia: Set in present day Banaras, the plot of Masaan follows two seemingly separate story arcs that eventually converge. The first of these tells the story of Devi (Richa Chadda). The film opens with her and her fellow student, Piyush, checking into a hotel room. They are interrupted when the police bursts in, accusing them of indulging in “indecent behaviour”, and even getting a confession from Devi on videotape. Subsequently, Devi and her family are subjected to blackmail by the police, particularly one Inspector Mishra, who demands a hefty bribe from Vidyadhar Pathak, Devi’s father. The second narrative concerns Deepak (Vicky Kaushal), a young boy (also from Banaras) who belongs to the untouchable Dom caste. As a result, he is forced to work on the Ghats of the Ganga, burning bodies on funeral pyres; he longs to escape this atmosphere of marginalization. Deepak meets and falls in love with Shaalu (Shweta Tripathi), a young girl who belongs to the upper-class Gupta clan, and their difference in caste leads to familial and societal conflicts
Dependent Films has an excellent collection of essential production documents that they are allowing for a free download. You may use them as they are, or as templates and customise them to your requirements. Either way, these are excellent documents to learn from and to work with. Download them here. Included downloads: Script Template for Word * A nice template for Word. Comprehensive menus and customizable macros. (69K) Script Maker Very simplistic template for Microsoft Word. Macro's make this template extremely easy to use. (53K) Simply Screenplay Once again, something we use periodically. Can be set up to format either screenplays or sitcom formats. (96.6K) These zipped templates are in the .pdf file type. Editing Log - (24K) * Field Tape Log - (8K) * Location Contract - (8K) * Camera Shot List - (12K) * Talent Release Form - (4K) * Call Sheet Template - (36K) * Location Relase Form - (12K) * Personal Release Form - (16K) * Location Scouting Sheet - (32K) * Production Budgeting Proposal - (20K) * These templates are in the .xls file type. Call Sheet - (7.27K) Daily Editors Log - (14.4K) Cast Contact Sheet - (7.27K) Crew Contact Sheet - (2.53K) Daily Continuity Log - (19.8K) Daily Progress Report - (6.22K) Easy Script Breakdown - (6.99K) Script Supervisor Notes - (3.48K) Daily Production Report - (4.82K) Continuity Synopsis Sheet - (18.1K) * StoryBoard Tools * Windows based program with simplistic, yet effective tools. Downloadable in .zip format - (1Mb) Widescreen (16:9) - 15 frames (5K .gif) Standard Ratio (4:3) - 20 frames (7K .gif) Standard Ratio w/ Overhead Plan (4:3) - 8 frames (9K .gif) Standard Ratio w/ Detailed Angle * (4:3) - 4 frames (8K .pdf) Standard Ratio: Simplistic * (4:3) - 9 frames (8K .pdf) Sample Location Contract * Downloadable in .txt format - (4K) Sample Performer Release * Downloadable in .txt format - (4K) Sample Script Agreement * Downloadable in .txt format - (4K) Sample Compensation Contract * Downloadable in .txt format - (4K) Camera Journal Printable Journal in .gif format - (47.2K) Equipment List Equipment List in Excel format. - (7.09K) Downloadable in .zip format Film Icons Random icons for your desktop. - (38.8K) Downloadable in .zip format Film Budget Detailed Budget in Excel format. - (29.5K) Downloadable in .zip format P.P. Databases Databases for your Palm Pilot - (38.0K) Color Bars SMPTE Color Bars for your computer Screen - (6.80K) Time Code Time Code Calculator for Camera number crunching - (247Kb) Vid Prompt Turn your computer screen into a teleprompter. Good program to have - (89.2K)
Mackevision is proud to be along with other world-class VFX studios part of this saga: Game of Thrones, Season 4 Year: 2014 Visual Effects Supervisor: Jörn Großhans Visual Effects Producer: Katharina Kessler
For aspiring filmmakers and cinema buffs- a weekends filmmaking workshop for working professionals is going to start soon - if you'd like to do something interesting with your weekends, please have a look -----The workshop is facilitated by filmmakers trained at the Film and Television Institute of India, Pune - I swear by this workshop - did this a couple of years ago and it was quite an initiation into understanding cinema - APPLY IF INTERESTED (see info below)