Tag: Whistling Woods International

Throwback Thursday: WWI school of animation; learners pride

Throwback Thursday: WWI school of animation; learners pride

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Whistling Woods International is a film, communication and creative institute located in Mumbai, India. The institute has been founded by Indian Filmmaker Subhash Ghai, Mukta Arts and Film City Mumbai. No wonder in July 2014, The Hollywood Reporter named Whistling Woods on its list of The best film schools in the world. This is the first time that the school was ranked among the top 10 film schools by the named newspaper in 2010. Some of the affiliations are with Deakin University and Griffith University in Australia, Syracuse University in the United States and New York University Tisch School of the Arts, Asia. The Institute has affiliations with several film schools, including international student co-productions and credits transfer. Animation Digital Digest talks to Yusuf Mehta...
Whistling Woods International presents Screenwriting Workshop with Anjum Rajabali

Whistling Woods International presents Screenwriting Workshop with Anjum Rajabali

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Whistling Woods International, Asia's premier film, communications and media arts Institute, will be hosting a ‘Screenwriting Workshop with Anjum Rajabali’ – an informative 3-day event on the art of writing screenplays for Hindi films from January 12 to 14, 2018. This open to all workshop is a platform to learn about all the basic principles of screenplay writing from the best of the screenplay writers of Bollywood such as Anjum Rajabali, Head of Screenwriting at WWI (Drohkaal, Ghulam, The Legend of Bhagat Singh, Raajneeti fame), Juhi Chaturvedi (of Piku fame), Jaideep Sahni (of Chak De India fame). From mainstream commercial films to independent cinema, a good script is what all filmmakers are seeking today. Slowly and gradually scripts have started driving Hindi cinema. With the a
1st semester students of Whistling Woods International organize animation exhibition

1st semester students of Whistling Woods International organize animation exhibition

Animation
Recently, the students of the 1st semester of the Animation Department of Whistling Woods International organised an animation exhibition ‘Glimpse 2017’. In order to showcase their creation, the students created a diverse of script, storyboard, character designs, background designs, comic book etc. Few projects were adapted from folk tales from abroad and transformed into an Indian setting. For this, the students chose unique art styles, varied stories and narrative compositions. A lowdown: Rudravidhi Adapted from the famous Greek play ‘Oedipus Rex’, Rudravidhi tracks the story of a man destined to a tragic fate by a horrific prophecy. The creators of this comic Sanan, Simran and Darshan decided to use the Gond style of art after being inspired by graphic novel Bhimayana by Durgaba