Singarasu (Napoleon) is a knight in shining armour for eight villages. He resolves all the problems of the villagers and protects them from any impending danger. While he has conquered the hearts of the villagers, he neglects his wife Pandiyamma (Khusboo). She is so depressed that she commits suicide. Her sister Muniyamma (Urvashi) tries to substitute her sister’s love for Singarasu, but he does not reciprocate. Meanwhile, a rich landlord and his men from the neighboring village try to break the village’s water canal. The villagers cry for help, but Singarasu continues to mourn his wife’s death. Will this crisis bring Singarasu back to his normal self? Will the king save his men now?
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Ettupatti Raasa was originally published on Divine Aim
Street Fighter: Assassin’s Fist takes us back to the formative years of the iconic characters, Ryu and Ken, as they live a traditional warrior’s life in the secluded mountain wilderness of Japan.
Street Fighter: Assassin’s Fist was originally published on Divine Aim
The Zen Of Bennett is a seductive and soulful view into the mind of singer Tony Bennett as well as an intimate portrait of the artist’s creative process as he turns 85 years old. In a first person narrative, Tony reflects back over his 60 year career while looking ahead within the context of his latest recording project. We experience inspirational insights as Tony discusses his philosophies of life, lessons learned, and his passion for art and music. Artfully filmed by Academy Award-winning cinematographer Dion Beebe, the documentary employs a voyeuristic approach while exploring and illustrating the isolation
experienced by the artist in the midst of the whirlwind of activity that surrounds Tony during the recording. The film is a stylistic and compelling meditation of contradictions: memories and reality, crowded rooms and isolation, art and
commerce, family and career, a golden age and a brave new world, the icon and the everyman.
Tony Bennett: The Zen of Bennett was originally published on Divine Aim
For 24 hours demons rise to purge the population. One family battles to save themselves and seal the breach. Who will survive the “Day Of Reckoning”?
Day of Reckoning was originally published on Divine Aim
Oscar jumps on his subway as every day. But at that morning a side-glance wipes every ritual away…Catherine! Two unknown whose glimpses are coming across in the following weeks. Oscar knows that he would not show the courage to come in contact with her all the more after an embarrassing mishap so he is casting for another way to give her a sign whose uniqueness he is hoping she will understand.
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Almost won the following awards:
Kurzfilmtage Thalmässing Thalmässing 2011-05, 1. Prize
Day of the German Short Wiesbaden 2011-05, Friedrich-Wilhelm-Murnau Award
Fünf Seen Filmfestival Starnberg 2011-08, 2. Place
Biberacher Filmfestspiele Biberach 2011-11, 2. Place
Almost has been shown on the following festivals:
Max-Ophüls-Festival Saarbrücken 2011-01
Avanca 2011 Avanca (Portugal) 2011-06
Cambridge Film Festival Cambridge 2011-09
Shorts at Moonlight Wiesbaden 2011-08
Ourense International Filmfestival Ourense 2011-10
Landshuter Kurzfilmfestival Landshut 2012-03
Regensburger Kurzfilmwoche Regensburg 2012-03
Original title: Beinahe
Director: Uwe Greiner
Screenplay: Uwe Greiner
Producer: Philipp Budweg
Almost | A Short Film by Uwe Greiner was originally published on Divine Aim
Beyond food is a picture of what extraordinary health looks like today and all the possibilities that are available to the people want to experience maximum health. Hacking our biology, our food options, the emotions we nurture on a daily basis, the affordable transformative technologies that are available on our smartphones and how today’s science comes together with ancient methods of managing your nervous system like… breathing. We traveled all over the US on a mission to interview a group of extraordinary people, courageous pioneers challenging mainstream health advice and sat with them for in-depth, mind-expanding interviews.We personally knew this journey would change us, but we never imagined the degree to which our life would improve, in ways we could have never imagined. We are grateful for this knowledge, tools and this group of amazing humans for opening their doors to us
Beyond Food was originally published on Divine Aim