The origin of short films can be branched to the documentaries and video films made by film-makers. When the Internet boom happened, these film-makers stared making concept films and uploading them on video platforms, and that’s how the screening space started. Since then, a number of genres have cropped up in the screening space, and this weeks V Pick is proof of that.
We first talk about Paroksh, the South Indian short film that deals with superstition, the human fear of the unknown and the fear of the occult that’s largely part and parce of rural life.
And because weekends are made for binge-watching, we decided to talk about Saheb, Biwi aur Billi, a series that takes a fun take on first world problems of a urban couple, one who has decided to adopt a cat.
Next in line is ‘The Curse of the Unkissable Kid’, the short film that handles LGBTQ rights in a unique manner. This one weaves a musical and fantasy into a beautiful story about the young generation.
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