In one of India’s most cut-throat film industries, Nag Ashwin, an alumnus of Manipal’s School of Communication, has successfully managed to carve out a niche for himself. With two resoundingly successful films under his belt, the Telugu writer-director sat down with us to talk about his journey as a filmmaker and what the future of this industry holds.
Chicken Sambar is a group of young filmmakers and artists hailing from School of Communication, Manipal. The team is now working on a crowdfunded feature film, Fiction, which tells the tale of three different stories coming full circle. We had the pleasure of talking to them about their achievements, and here’s what they had to say.
With their bubbling personalities and unparalleled sense of humour, Urooj and Kanan successfully managed to make the evening delightful for everyone present at LVC’s show, Lolstars.
We had the wonderful opportunity of interviewing Kanan Gill—engineer, comedian, writer, actor. Here’s what he had to say!
This time on Finely Tuned, we review the Icelandic band, Sigur Rós, prodigies in the realm of ambient post rock. From bowed guitar to fictional gibberish, this band has paved a delicate yet promising path to success. Read on to find out more.
Rashōmon by ADA, in association with Betaal, is a Yakshagana remake of the Japanese classic directed by Akira Kurosawa. The play was beautifully sculpted by ex-MIT student, Abhinav Grover, and was performed as one of several acts under MILAP, Manipal University’s literary and arts festival. Read on to find out more.
Ten years down the line, college is something that will make you look back and reminisce. And although there aren’t enough words to describe the liberty that Manipal offers us, here’s a microscopic glimpse into what it meant for some of us.
The Student Council recently met with the administration of MIT to discuss certain growing concerns of students and council members alike. The Director, Joint Director, and a host of authorities were present to address and incorporate the mentioned suggestions.
With the 60th year of MIT looming ahead of us, the Editorial Board has compiled the much talked about yearbook. The Yearbook, 2016-2017, was launched in all its grandeur on the 9th of April. Here’s what happened at the inauguration ceremony.
Start-ups are one of the many things that put the ‘Innovation’ in ‘Innovation Center’. We decided to meet with the student-founders of three startups: Platform Petal, Strange Matter, and Salahcar to learn more about their journey, ordeals, and the services they are here to offer.
The Mathitis Society’s Manipal Chapter is an organisation which aims to help students achieve their academic goals by providing corporate work experience, and training them to face the hardships once they graduate.