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Sounds Of September: IndiEarth At The Park

“Thirty days hath September” – thirty days of what’s going to be a particularly musical month for us here at IndiEarth. EarthSync’s Covelong Point Classic Surf and Music Festival will be hitting Chennai from the 12th ...

An Evening At The Pictures: IndiEarth On Screen

“Pinguli is an old village on the Konkan coast, about 32 km north of Goa. Here, a unique Thakur community of sixty families has preserved for hundreds of years, three different folk forms.” This is just ...

In A Confusing World of Legalese – Creative Counsel

Your Questions Answered! Write in with your questions about the confusing legalities in the world of music or filmmaking, and make informed, professional decisions that affect your creative work. Manojna Yeluri, Founder of Artistik License, clears the fog with her ...

A Still World: Landjuweel Music Festival

The village of Ruigoord, 20 minutes outside of Amsterdam, is the sort of place you only stumble upon because a friend of a friend’s friend’s friend tells you about it. Luckily for me, my friends Simrit ...

Rang Rangiya: A Song Beyond Borders

Maati Baani’s new song ‘Rang Rangiya’ is an ‘online’ collaboration between 12 Indian and Pakistani artists, – Komal Rizvi, Santosh Ghante, Gulab Afridi, Sarthak Mudgal, Kartik Shah, Nirali Kartik, Omran Shafique, Kurt Menezes, Biswajit Chakroborty, Rupe ...

Your EPK Could Kill Your Career

Get Professional Increasingly, Electronic Press Kits (EPKs) are preferred for exploring or shortlisting artists for programming. Most programmers or media – typically very busy people who receive volumes of material from artists, constantly – are most ...

Into The London IndieGround: Death And The Penguin

If only all interviews could happen over a few pints of ginger beer at the pub down the road. Though perhaps, in the interest of protecting one’s liver, it’s better they didn’t. This one however, did. ...

IndiBites: In The Scene Today

Music festivals, gigs, art exhibitions, EP releases, plays, film fests, poetry readings. IndiEarth’s bite-sized info updates of what’s going on in the Indian independent circuit. Watch this space to stay updated! And to get featured on ...

‘Char… the No Man’s Island’ – In Conversation with Sourav Sarangi

Sourav Sarangi’s film Char is about life on an island in the middle of the river Ganga, where it forms the international border between India and Bangladesh. The island appears one day after the river has devoured ...

A Tribute To Animation: IndiEarth’s Animation Film Festival

“It’s been twenty years but it seems like I just started!” muses animation artist Gitanjali Rao. “I have found animation to be a medium that very easily touches the heart. And this seems like just the ...

Film Funda: Submitting Your Film To Festivals

Festival screenings are an important distribution avenue for independent filmmakers. The festival circuit can contribute greatly to a film’s success by increasing its worldwide visibility to target audiences, and often opens doors for video on demand distribution and ...

REVIEW: Videokaaran and Cinéma Vérité

In the mid 20th century, a French man named Jean Rouch, inspired by the philosophy of Dziga Vertov, laid the principles for a unique, confrontational style of documentary filmmaking called cinéma vérité, or ‘truthful cinema’. The ...