Ramani fills Neena's dream catcher with snakes, rabbits and monkeys!
The Documentary Circle section of the Hyderabad Film Club is showcasing the work of the Chennai based cinematographer and filmmaker, R V Ramani. The club has chosen to screen five of his shortfilms today at the Bhaskara Auditorium. The filmmaker will also be present at the screening. He will be introducing his movies, and after the film he will also answer questions from the audience.
R V Ramani is a graduate in Physics from the Bombay University. He initially worked as a photo-journalist and later joined the Film And TV Institute Of India, at Pune. He has been making his own independent documentaries and short films since the year 1989. His films have been presented at many international film festivals. His Retrospectives, a documentary, has been screened at the Dokument Art, The International Documentary Film Festival in 1999, The Asia Pacific Trinalle, the APT3 Australia in 2003, and Mumbai International Film Festival in 2002.
Ramani, inspired by an illustrator for the children's story-books, in Chennai, has made this film, One Two Three Four. This film canvases the dreams of a little girl, Neena. She dreams of a snake drinking water, rabbit waking up, and monkeys jumping. Ramani, through this movie delves into the various mechanisms that are involved in writing stories for children. He contemplates the idea of whether these stories need a positive end or a negative end.
Director: R V Ramani
Photography: R V Ramani
Editing: R V Ramani, G Srinivasan
Producer: R V Ramani
Time: 28 minutes
Please contact Prakash Reddy on 93910-20243 for further details.