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Glas (1958): Dutch Filmmaker Bert Haanstra's Oscar-Winning Short Documentary

A Potpourri of Vestiges FeatureA Still from Bert Haanstra's GlasI recently had the privilege of watching the Dutch master filmmaker Bert Haanstra’s 1958 Oscar-winning short documentary film Glas. The film’s first viewing left me in such awe...
by A Potpourri of Vestiges on Aug 20, 2016

8 Things Learned from Room (2015)

This preggie woman is slow on watching new releases, since I’m careful to go out anywhere. But some great 2015 movies still really stayed in... The post 8 Things Learned from Room (2015) appeared first on Inspired Ground.
by Inspired Ground on Mar 20, 2016

Syed Noor Accuses Sharmeen Obaid Of Stealing His Idea & Then Steps Back From His Allegations!

Sharmeen Obaid won an Oscar for her documentary “A Girl In the River: The Price of Forgiveness”. This documentary discussed the honour killings in Pakistan and described the story a girl who escaped an attempt of honour killing after her...
by Style.Pk on Mar 8, 2016

The Revenant (2015): Alejandro González Iñárritu's treatise on man's symbiotic relationship with Mother Nature

Leonardo DiCaprio brings Hugh Glass to life with his Oscar-winning performanceA Potpourri of Vestiges ReviewBy Murtaza Ali Khan (@apotofvestiges)Featured in IMDb Critic ReviewsThe Revenant (2015) - By Alejandro G. Iñár...
by A Potpourri of Vestiges on Mar 1, 2016

Blind Spot ’15 : It Happened One Night (1934)

The importance of seeing movies from centuries before our times is definitely high. We are used, and perhaps tired with formulas in stories today that... The post Blind Spot ’15 : It Happened One Night (1934) appeared first on Inspired Ground.
by Inspired Ground on Jul 27, 2015

American director Francis Ford Coppola's "The Godfather" (1972) based on a bestselling novel by Mario Puzo about the fictional Corleone crime family, starring Marlon Brando: An institution in itself for film students the world over

A haunting portrait of organized crime, mafia rivalry in the 1950s New YorkA Potpourri of Vestiges FeatureBy Niladri Ranjit ChakrabortyThe Godfather (1972)- By Francis Ford CoppolaDuring my middle school years, I initiated my odyssey as a f...
by A Potpourri of Vestiges on Jun 14, 2015

Birdman (2014): Alejandro González Iñárritu's Oscar-winning film featuring a tour de force from Michael Keaton

A meditation on the meaning of art, success and failure, life and death, and human existenceA Potpourri of Vestiges ReviewBy Murtaza AliFeatured in IMDb Critic ReviewsBirdman (2014) - By Alejandro González IñárrituOur...
by A Potpourri of Vestiges on Feb 27, 2015

Oscars 2015 Winners – Best Picture, Actor, Actress, Director

India runs on Movies and so does the World! The Oscars or Academy Awards are one of the most sought after event for global movie lovers. Everyone has a favorite that they are rooting for and for everything else they already have predictions they can...
by eWebBuddy on Feb 23, 2015

Golden Globe Awards 2015 Winner Best TV Drama Actress

Golden Globe Awards 2015 Winner Best TV Drama Actress is going to be today trending news. For the first time in the history of the Golden Globes, is not one of the traditional four major networks-NBC, CBS, ABC and Fox-received a nomination for best c...
by Today Trending News on Jan 9, 2015

30 Days Recap : December 2014

The days are rainy. Have written my last Blind Spot. Still making list of best movies in 2014 in my Letterboxd. And the year is... The post 30 Days Recap : December 2014 appeared first on Inspired Ground.
by Inspired Ground on Dec 31, 2014

Blind Spot ’14 : Days of Heaven (1978)

At last we’ve reached the very last Blind Spot of mine. From all of my BS picks this year, Days of Heaven might be the... The post Blind Spot ’14 : Days of Heaven (1978) appeared first on Inspired Ground.
by Inspired Ground on Dec 31, 2014

Oscar 2015 Nomination India are A.R.Rahman and Jal movie

Oscar 2015 Nomination India are A.R.Rahman and Jal movie being most honored news for Indians. Best Film and Best Original Score – Girish Malik’s national winner in two categories of water has found a place in the 2014 Oscar contender. Is...
by Today Trending News on Dec 13, 2014

No Country for Old Men (2007): Joel and Ethan Coen's genre-transcending psychological labyrinth with existential overtones

A masterful adaptation of Cormac McCarthy's grand literary visionA Potpourri of Vestiges ReviewBy Murtaza AliFeatured in IMDb Critic Reviews No Country for Old Men (2007) - By Joel and Ethan CoenOur Rating: 9.0IMDb...
by A Potpourri of Vestiges on Nov 25, 2014

Blind Spot ’14 : The Godfather (1972)

Violent and brutal, is the impression I get before I even watch The Godfather (1972). That was also the reason I avoid watching it over... The post Blind Spot ’14 : The Godfather (1972) appeared first on Inspired Ground.
by Inspired Ground on Oct 2, 2014

Goodbye, Mr. Williams

After things going tight lately, I have been slowing things down, including blogging. But then last week I heard one of the most dedicated actor... The post Goodbye, Mr. Williams appeared first on Inspired Ground.
by Inspired Ground on Aug 17, 2014

Penelope Cruz said that having children is like to jump off a cliff

Oscar winner Penelope Cruz has returned with the same intensity of her work in the old Spanish film that opened the doors of international fame, but the truth is that if you have decided to return to her homeland to continue cultivating her prolifi...
by All Celebrities News on Jul 14, 2014

30 Days Recap : May 2014

May oh May. Not only I gave much effort to attend Europe on Screen this year (I can only watch five movies, too many obstacles),... The post 30 Days Recap : May 2014 appeared first on Inspired Ground.
by Inspired Ground on May 31, 2014

Blind Spot ’14 : All About Eve (1950)

Remember when you want to watch a movie but you can’t have the time, or simply just haven’t. Then when you finally can, the story happens to have the same situation as yours? As if universe wanted you watch it … Continue reading ...
by Inspired Ground on May 26, 2014

Blindspot ’14 : All About Eve (1950)

Remember when you want to watch a movie but you can’t have the time, or simply just haven’t. Then when you finally can, the story happens to have the same situation as yours? As if universe wanted you watch it … Continue reading ...
by Inspired Ground on May 26, 2014

EoS 2014 : Delicacy & The Great Beauty

Okay, now for the final post of the event. These two movies have the most crowded venues I’ve attended in Europe on Screen this year. The big factors were; it was screened on the weekends, the actors in it are … Continue reading → T...
by Inspired Ground on May 17, 2014


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