Subhash Maskara

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I am a virtual reality enthusiast, reality explorer , a seeker.
My research interest comprises modern and contemporary changes in society, politics and human behavior and study of mythology and spirituality with a scientific paradigm. I believe in films as an expression for social awareness, open discussion and change. I strive to do thought provoking films which may have an impact on it's viewers, triggering the various other emotions along with the pleasure of experiencing audio-visual stories.
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Mumbai India

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Shree, a Bangalore-based freelance copywriter who is in his mid-20's struggles to cope with the self-doubts about his artistic abilities. Whilst, he continues to work for small-time ad agencies, he is quite frustrated about the fact that the world doesn't understand and give respect to freelancers that they deserve. Unable to concentrate at home, he visits various cafes to find his peace and works from there. Addicted to his cell phone and the social media, Shree's worldview is shaped by what he reads online, not having traveled much in the"real"world. As fate would have it, Shree gets an invitation to attend an all-expenses paid trip to a college friend's wedding, which changes his life forever. Shreelancer is a contemporary take on the life of a freelancer in today's time.

Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep?

Do Androids dream of electric sheep?” talks about the idea of human existence in the digital world viz. Human stimulated world. I have incorporated various new techniques and narrative styles in its development. I chose to design the film with colour pallets of Red Green Blue , to represent how an image sensors look at the human world. I lit the visuals adapting the techniques of projection mapping , this way I could achieve the desired feel of the dystopian world of the machines.
I hope viewers enjoy the film and it triggers a debate about the future of Humanity and its co-existence.

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