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The story of a dancer who lives in the remembrance of the master who steered her journey. A short experimental film that explores the nature of artistic curiosity.
Tom knows her name, where she lives and that she loves only two things, coffee and chocolates. Determined to make this chance meeting more than just a one night stand he turns up at her door with a box, inside is something to make her fall madly in love with him. The door opens but he is not greeted by the girl of his dreams but Kuba, an ill-tempered Eastern European who speaks very little English. This film is the moments that follow where Tom and Kuba converse over a cup of tea and they soon realise that they can never be friends because a girl will always come between them.
17th Fargo International Film Festival
14th Iron Mule Short Comedy Film Festival NYC
The story of an ordinary man who decides to do something extraordinary, but he soon finds out that when powerful people bend under pressure, they tend to swing back stronger.
Finalist for Fenech Soler’s music video competition via genero.tv
He finds that his memories of home are becoming increasingly vivid as time passes. This abstract film of insinuation and intimation – a short meditation on what we call ‘home’ and what others mean by the word – tells the story of his journey back there.
Awards / Screenings
BAFTA in Scotland New Talent Nominee
Satyajit Ray Foundation Award Finalist
London Short Film Festival
London Indian Film Festival
Tenderflix Film Festival Festival (Rushes Soho Shorts Film Festival)
A thoughtful collaboration of dance and film. The story of the transformation of dance from its roots to the modern stage through the eyes of an Indian dancer.
"Moving On (Seeing Differently) also includes short film by Krish Shrikumar and finally here is a company that is able to mix media both sensitively and successfully. Close ups of a female dancer fierce concentration in her eyes serve to show the rigours of training. This is matched on stage by the company as they follow the same strict steps, clearly referencing their roots in traditional dance. " Ruth Christie @ The Skinny
“Director Krish Shrikumar’s film Seeing Differently gives an insight into the mind of an Indian dancer in training. Dance in the film is reflected or amplified by the dance on stage which makes for a show that is intelligent as well as visually appealing.”
by Daph Karoulla @ The Skinny
Edinburgh Fringe @ Roxy
The Maltings Theatre
©2023, Krish Shrikumar