Wednesday, March 01, 2006

150 Seconds Ago

Any film that you make doesn't go into oblivion. It keeps coming back to you for one reason or another, enquiries, reactions, self-analysis. The moral of the story is you must do your best the first time round. If you are ashamed of your work later, there is no way you can keep it under wraps.

I'm cutting "150 Seconds Ago" to a shorter, more manageable version. Metaphormedia, a company that distributes documentaries to schools, colleges, institutes, NGOs has asked for it, and I'm happy for the film to be seen by as many people as possible.

Synopsis and other details of the film

4 comments:

Jyothi Kapur Das said...

Good for you!!! :) See if you can drop in for a lunch and we can watch it... After this darn bird flu goes..! are u eating chicken and eggs? we r too paranoid for my taste (buds!)

Batul said...

No. Still too chicken to eat eggs. But am aching to.

farrukh: copywriter & journalist said...

Thanks for your visit. How can I see your movie then?

Batul said...

Dear Farrukh,

Once my children's film Lilkee is completed, I can definitely send you DVDs of both my films, the earthquake one 150 Seconds Ago and Lilkee. How does that sound? Will be May at the earliest. Unless you are coming over to Mumbai before that. Regards.