Warning: Creating default object from empty value in /nfs/c02/h03/mnt/17662/domains/1mm.co.in/html/wp-content/themes/focus/functions/admin-hooks.php on line 166

Fill this contact form & we will get back to you soon.

ABOUT US Teams of college students were oriented to gender issues during a 2-day workshop held on Sept. 6& 7. At the end of Day 2, they came up with story ideas and/or scripts more...

14/15,Fairview, 3rd Floor, 5th Road, Chembur, Mumbai -400 071

View Can Communicate in a larger map

PROJECT / Sophia College – Making Stills


  • CATEGORY : chroma,
  • SKILLS : Short film using chroma screen
  • MY ROLE : Short film using chroma screen
  • URL : Launch →

Short film using chroma screen

Sophia College: Short film using chroma screen

The group of girls from Sophia College had a good understanding of gender issues and had a great concept for their short film. The film is on the theme of ‘Domestic Violence’ giving shocking statistics of poor conviction rates. The women are shown to be perfectly normal in the initial frames, and then suddenly the shocking scars from the violence inflicted on them are revealed. There is a high impact which emotionally captures and highlights the extent of violence in their homes.

Creative process and production:
The enthusiastic team was one of the well-prepared teams – right from their story and script to execution- they had it all ready. The make-up was done by a make-up artist who is the sister of the one of the participants. Using a chroma screen, the film was shot and during post-production the shocking statistics were added. Music has been used very effectively to create a grim mood befitting the story and message.

Key question: ”Why is justice denied to women facing violence?


  • Directed by Sanjay Ramachandran
  • Executed by the Sophia college team comprising ShrungiTawade, Saloni Singh, Pallavi Singh, Janaki S.
  • DOP: Pramod
  • Music and Editing: Can Communicate
  • Make-Up done by Burn and Bruise Make-up Specialist, Nisha Singh
  • Additional Make-Up: Nausheen
  • Hair Stylist: Janhvi


A Laadli Changemakers Club Initiative
Supported by UNFPA

- Two million female foetuses are aborted -
Source: United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)