Synopsis: A critical assay to fathom the momentous journey of cinema, from analogue to digital. The film is peppered with questions and answers, sighs and pauses, and contemplates is it good or bad, or both? It takes viewers on a journey through time, exploring India’s past and future.
Directors Bio: M. S. Bisht is an Indian filmmaker for more than three decades. An FTII alumnus, his notable films are ‘Light Shadow and Me’, ‘In Search of Fading Canvas’, ‘Sir K. Balachandran’,‘Elephant Do Remember’ and ‘Back to the Future’ that have won many awards and accolades, including the prestigious National Film Award thrice.
Producer: The National Film Development Corporation Limited (NFDC) was set up by the Government of India in 1975. Its vision is to create domestic and global appreciation and celebration of Indian cinema, foster excellence and promote the diversity of India’s culture by supporting and encouraging films in various Indian languages. It has produced over 300 films in 21 Indian languages, which have won several International accolades including the Academy Awards (Gandhi), National and State Awards.