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1. Varanasi // Beyond Life

  • Published: 2017-05-06T15:55:53+00:00
  • Duration: 221
  • By Aeyaz
Varanasi // Beyond Life

A film by Aeyaz (facebook.com/aeyaz) Facebook.com/RunGunFun Instagram.com/aeyaz Direction, Cinematography, Edit & Grade : Aeyaz ([email protected]) Sound Design : Rahul Prabhakaran (facebook.com/rahul.prabhakaran.7) Music : Ryan Taubert (Anamog We wish it was never light) Narration : Alan Watts _____________________ Varanasi, The spiritual capital of India - a place where people come from all over the country to breathe their last, and immerse the ashes in the holy Ganges for the beginning of a new life. A visit to Varanasi has always been in my bucket list, and being able to film there was like an icing on the cake. Honestly, words fail to describe what I have seen while on this epic trip with Photowalk Dubai. No wonder Varanasi is called the "City of Life". Simply love this place. And this is my attempt to give you a sense of what it was like to experience the amazing "Varanasi" and the mysterious vicious cycle of life and death... "Varanasi - Beyond Life" - A personal project shot, edited and directed by me. Have put my heart and soul into it. Enjoy. Like. Share!!! _____________________ Completely shot on Sony A7s. Lens : Mainly ZEISS Batis 2/25 and Sony 70-200. Plus few shots with Canon 24-105 and Samyang 35mm T1.5 _____________________ Transcript: There really isn’t anything radically wrong with being sick or with dying. We can’t say that it’s a good thing for everything to go on living. In a very simple demonstration that if we enable everybody to go on living, we overcrowd ourselves. So therefore, one person who dies in a way is honourable because he’s making room for others… It’s a far more amusing arrangement for nature to continue the process of life through different individuals then it is always with the same individual, because as each new individual approaches life is renewed. And one remembers how fascinating the most ordinary everyday things are to a child, because they see them all as marvellous. It is not, therefore, natural for us to wish to prolong life indefinitely. But we live in a culture where it has been rubbed into us in every conceivable way that to die is a terrible thing. Alan Watts ©Aeyaz


2. Varanasi - Beyond Life // Teaser

  • Published: 2017-04-22T09:20:53+00:00
  • Duration: 28
  • By Aeyaz
Varanasi - Beyond Life // Teaser

A teaser of the film I shot during my Varanasi trip with Photowalk Dubai. Watch out this space for the complete film. Please watch it in HD with good speakers or headphones plugged in.


3. Varanasi - Beyond Life

  • Published: 2017-11-08T12:48:59+00:00
  • Duration: 216
  • By Dejavu

4. Iphone Library 2012

Iphone Library 2012

My life in 2012. I took 3 times the photos on my phone that I took in 2011. Some of the my favorite memories from 2012 - My sister and close friends having kids. - Best friend getting married - Spending 6 weeks in Europe - Going to Africa - Moving to Nashville - Releasing the documentary "Varanasi, India: BEYOND" - Working with EvolveIMG (Underwater cam op for National Geographic)


5. Dekhi Tumahri Kashi/ I've Seen Your City

  • Published: 2016-11-09T14:16:36+00:00
  • Duration: 563
  • By Arushi
Dekhi Tumahri Kashi/ I've Seen Your City

Kashi (Benaras/Varanasi) is believed to be a microcosm of the Hindu universe and was a city in the way we define cities now, since the 12th century. Before visiting Benaras, my impressions were that of a city with numerous temples, rigid religious views and the place to visit to perform an individual’s final rites owing to the multitude of images and films I had seen. The boat rides, the evening artis, the temple tours and a range of other activities on offer are part of the creation of the spectacle. This film explorers the spirit of the city beyond its popular image of being a holy city. The inhabitants of Benaras who are now being type casted as idle trouble makers have a very different lifestyle and attitude towards life. Whether it is the art of telling engaging stories or their ability to converse at length on topics relating to cricket, crime and politics, the Benarasi is a force to be reckoned with. ‘Dekhi Tumahri Kashi’ is an attempt at unearthing a part of Benaras that is slowly receding to the background.