After his wife dies, a grieving elderly widower struggles to get by with his daily tasks but refuses extra help from his family.Subscribe Now
After his wife dies, a grieving elderly widower struggles to get by with his daily tasks but refuses extra help from his family. Unbeknownst to everyone, his wife had left him a special gift that gave him hope to continue living independently.
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Anshul Tiwari is a film director, editor and cinematographer [in making] based in Singapore. Born in India (17 February 1982), he has made several short films and documentaries. He is most notably known for the short film Wabi Sabi (written, directed and edited), the short documentary Rosario (directed, lensed and edited) and the feature film A Gran Plan (edited). Born in Jabalpur, India, Anshul Tiwari he grew up surrounded by literature, music, drama and movies. His love for cinema began at the age of 12 when he first saw the movie, Guide which is based on a story by R K Narayan. After completing his formal education, Anshul started making short films with the money, and resources [and sometimes both] borrowed from friends and family and using free editing software to stitch the pictures together. That's when he found a knack for editing and began to understand the power of music in telling a story. He bought his first camera and gave it a thorough beating - shooting thousands of clips and editing nearly 50 videos over the next couple of years. In order to give a formal shape to his film education, he approached renowned film practitioners in India to assist them. His calling card was his portfolio and unbending desire to learn all about movies. That's where he was introduced to world cinema and names like Godard, Andrie Tarkowski, Yasujiro Ozu, Akira Kurosawa, Ingmar Bergman became the norm of his cinema education.
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