Reflect – An Experimental Short

Around mid January of this year, as part of my diploma course in filmmaking at FX School, I had to make a non-dialogue, non-fiction short film. I was 100% sure that for this project, I was going to take the experimental route.

Taking René Descartes‘ quote “Cogito Ergo Sum” as my inspiration, I went ahead and made this.

Let me know your thoughts.


Chasing Inspiration

A little over a year ago, I started a diploma course in Filmmaking at FX School. As part of the course, we were asked to make a chase sequence. To be honest, the idea of a chase sequence seemed too boring to me, but then I began thinking of how I can make this interesting.

Instead of making a cat-and-mouse chase, I decided to do something different. Instead of a guy chasing a pickpocket, I thought of a writer trying to chase his inspiration. This is the result.

It’s probably my simplest film yet. Let me know what you think.

What is Death?

A man sits on his grave, contemplating of another who has died twice. A mysterious manifestation touches his grave to pay respects. The man begins to trail this manifestation, hoping to answer a simple question. ‘What is Death?’

So, I know I’ve been pretty inactive these past few years. I decided to stay away from social media, and yes it was genuinely relaxing, but in today’s age it’s seemingly impossible to live without the Internet. So here I am.

This is a short film we (Ixius Films) made back in 2014. It was even screened at the Access Code Short Film Festival in 2015. We had planned to upload it back then, but life got in the way and we kept procrastinating.

It’s been almost 3 years, and we have all grown, we have all changed, yet somehow this old internal monologue that was written in a moment of inspiration still makes sense. It’s an old short film, and over the years I was working on other stuff. My book still isn’t published, but I wrote another one, which I’m editing right now. Fingers crossed.

I made a few other short films too, which I’ve decided to upload on my channel in the coming weeks. Before I upload those, I had to put up this one. Hope you like it.

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May Your Darkness guide you to Your Light!

Chor – Teaser | The Catharsis Project

As I had mentioned earlier, some of my very talented filmmaker friends were working on something they call ‘The Catharsis Project‘. They’re very ambitious, and I happened to work with them on the Screenplay for their first short in this project, titled ‘Chor’.

Here is the teaser for the same. Hope you guys enjoy it. Like, share, subscribe. You know the drill.

May your Darkness guide you to your Light!

The Catharsis Project

A bunch of my very talented filmmaker friends have started a crowd funding campaign for their project titled, “The Catharsis Project“.
24 months, 12 short films. That is their goal.

If you can, please do contribute to their creative cause. Just click on the link below:

In case you are wondering what kind of movies they make, here is the link to their previous film, “Chor”:

Watch, like, comment, subscribe, and most importantly, contribute if you like what they have made.

I wish them all the best in their venture. Here is to a great year ahead with brilliant short films coming from the Catharsis Project.

May Your Darkness guide you to Your Light!

Our Film got Selected!!!

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We are excited to announce that our film, “What is Death?” has been selected for screening at the Access Code Short Film Festival. Our film will be screened on Day 2 of the Festival (which happens to be 14th June, tomorrow).
This film was made between June 2014 – March 2015.
Written, Directed and Edited by: Ronit Jadhav​ (me!)
Executive Producer: Rohit D’souza​
Cinematography: Sneha Patil​
Creative Consultant: Della Ann​
Sound: Shaishav Gandhi​
Also, we would like to give a special thanks to the band Synchronous​ for composing original music, and also for lending us their studio for recording.

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You can even check out our old short films: