Avant Garde Cinema needs to be celebrated. Experimental films defy conventions, and that is in itself, an act of badassery. There is confined bravery in doing mainstream. Audacity lies in doing avant garde. To think like the crowd is the easiest thing to do. To do esoteric helps sublimes your brain, shines it, furbishes it to prepare you against the worst. It sharpens it so you become smarter after every watch. You tend to use your brain more, in real life situations. To stay uplifted, and awesome, isn’t that the dream?
If you don’t think unlike them, you haven’t really thought.
Avant Garde Cinema
Life isn’t stagnant. Everything we do, everywhere we go is actually a slightly modified version of our actions. Even though we do the exact same thing the next day, it isn’t really the same. Something or someone stops it from reiterating. If there is no one, then there is time. Time changes it, creating a new ripple that logs it in our eternity. Now, just image the horror of watching a few selective frames over and over again. It would be instantly depressing. Besides where would be the fun in that?
Keeping the innate order of things in place, we try to escape the mainstream materialism of moderation. By watching the work of extraordinary experimental film makers we try to evade life’s monotony. That’s our only respite from cliches and platitude – Avant Garde Cinema. It has the balls to do something different. And different stays revered.
Avant Garde Collection
In an attempt to fathom the out of the ordinary, we place forward Experimental films that will literally change the way you have been looking at the world. It would be more like a decrypting sojourn where experimental movies are open foe more than one interpretation.
Colossal movie isn't really a monster flick. So if you are rushing into the theatres just to see a Kaiju and Robot stand off, I would say don't. Also, if you don't like movies with hidden meanings, or if you are too shallow to understand poetic vibes, metaphors, and profound ...Read More
Whoever thought the mute can't speak? The Red Turtle movie might be a film where no one talks but not for a second do you feel like you are watching a dead screen. Because in the background goes a beautiful score that aggrandizes an already fantastic tale of a shipwrecked man ...Read More
The Lobster Movie is a stunning satire. It is a metaphor on relationships, of how humans are always under constant peer pressure of finding that one true soul mate that has the same mental disability or defining characteristic as theirs. It is a society that’s divided into two major factions ...Read More
Wonderstruck! Dumbfounded! Arrival movie confounds you as it crushes dams of conventions. It is the arrival of a change, a different outlook at the word 'alien'. So many movies we have seen hitherto, all showing aliens in an ugly limelight, branding them destroyers, marauders or invaders. It used to paint the ...Read More
Terrence Malick’s project The Tree of Life movie has eluded many. There are epic tree life quotes strewn across the movie that are deeply satisfying. To say that The Tree of Life was one hell of a baffling movie would be an understatement. It doesn’t skim mainstream and that’s why ...Read More
The Little Prince happened to me in the form of this movie. I didn’t have a clue, a story so colossal hid all this time from me. Le Petit Prince, the original product of the extraordinary brain of Antoine de Saint-Exupery, was published in the year 1943. It has found ...Read More
Beautiful and overwhelming! Anomalisa is a rare take on human insouciance towards things that one becomes accustomed to. ANOMALISA IS AN EMOTIONAL JOURNEY I have rarely seen a movie so eloquently shot to capture human emotions in the most vivid way possible. It is unafraid to scale horizons of the ...Read More
Exhilarating! Extraordinary performances! Birdman: Or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) is an outstanding flick that tries to capture the life of a washed up actor, his continuous battle to prove his mettle in the acting world once again. Michael Keaton, the protagonist plays a character that is miffed by his ...Read More
The Babadook isn't exactly a horror movie. It is more of a mere reflection of it. Jennifer Kent's movie depicts a character's madding affair with grief through leaflets of terror. And it does in a way you have never come across before. Yes, it is avant garde at its best! ...Read More