Author Archives: kartiksingh

About kartiksingh

I have been living in Paris, France since 1996. I was born to Sikh parents who immigrated to the USA. I grew up outside of Kansas City, and at 18 went to Washington DC with the intention of becoming a diplomat. Five years later, I arrived in Paris and found my life purpose: to make films that bring hope, insight, and inspiration to the world. My debut feature film Callback premieres in September 2010 in New York. For more details on where you can see my films, look for me at http://www.facebook.com/#!/kartik.singh

Orson Welles – His Last Interview (1985)

“I had a lot of options open. Everybody does. Anybody who has enough sense to make a movie can make a lot of other things, and I should have left right away because I saw right at the beginning that, … Continue reading

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Low Budget Filmmaking Case Study: Brick (2005)

Brick was Rian Johnson’s debut feature film. It took accolades at Sundance in 2005 and was picked up for distribution by Focus Features. This film kickstarted Johnson’s career. A USC grad, Johnson had been doing a lot of odd jobs: … Continue reading

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Grateful for Tonight’s Showing of Un deux trois quatre

Tonight, a film I made will be shown on a French television network, France 3. My film, Un deux trois quatre, will be on at just past midnight (00:35). It screens in a series with three other films in a … Continue reading

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Projection à Paris le 19 juin à 17h45 au Grand Action

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Anecdote from the making of Heaven’s Gate

May 11, 2014 at the Grand Action in Paris, Isabelle Huppert and Vilmos Zsigmond came to present Heaven’s Gate. Pierre Filmon, the moderator, asked, “What was the hardest and easiest part of making this movie?” Vilmos had this to say: … Continue reading

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Vilmos Zsigmond in Conversation

On October 12, 2013, at the Grand Action in Paris, I attended a talk with renowned cinematographer Vilmos Zsigmond. It was moderated by Pierre Filmon. Most of the exchange focused on his work on three films: The Deer Hunter, Heaven’s … Continue reading

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A History of Civilization in 10 Minutes

So, maybe you could not make it to Clermont-Ferrand this year for the festival. Well, the good news is, you can see one of the most remarkable films here – for free, on your computer. It’s called Big Bang Big … Continue reading

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