Cycle to the Cinema – Sunday February 19, 2012, Focal Point Cinema, Levin

Cycle to the Cinema – Sunday February 19, 2012, Focal Point Cinema, Levin

Naukri (1955) A recurrent concern of post-Partition cinema was the tension between urban and rural India. With the growth of India’s urban population, the city became a focal point for cinematic stories, often being depicted as hostile and cruel. The striking artwork for Naukri (which translates as ‘Job’) depicts a lone figure against a stark and stylised urban backdrop. The use of the newspaper job advertisement picks up the film’s theme of young people searching for work

Naukri (1955) A recurrent concern of post-Partition cinema was the tension between urban and rural India. With the growth of India’s urban population, the city became a focal point for cinematic stories, often being depicted as hostile and cruel. The striking artwork for Naukri (which translates as ‘Job’) depicts a lone figure against a stark and stylised urban backdrop. The use of the newspaper job advertisement picks up the film’s theme of young people searching for work

Create focal points with paint! Make your furnishings stand out by mixing dark backdrops and contrast with bright colours. This is a study area painted in Rebel black (left wall), Celestite grey (back wall) and a desk in Tibetan gold.

Create focal points with paint! Make your furnishings stand out by mixing dark backdrops and contrast with bright colours. This is a study area painted in Rebel black (left wall), Celestite grey (back wall) and a desk in Tibetan gold.

Food Photography: 10 Tips for the Pour Shot! #3. Set a focal point. | pinchofyum.com

Food Photography: 10 Tips for the Pour Shot

BE Your Environment: The Rubbish Arts HQ becomes the focal point for the artistic component of Be Your Environment’s festival presence, with a workshop area and an open gallery space for interactive sculptural rubbish art. We also install a cinema showing a variety of movies highlighting the current global ecological crises and serve chai tea for free! The Rubbish Arts HQ provides an important support to the field work we do in a festival campsite.

BE Your Environment: The Rubbish Arts HQ becomes the focal point for the artistic component of Be Your Environment’s festival presence, with a workshop area and an open gallery space for interactive sculptural rubbish art. We also install a cinema showing a variety of movies highlighting the current global ecological crises and serve chai tea for free! The Rubbish Arts HQ provides an important support to the field work we do in a festival campsite.

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