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Just grab your camera and start to explore by yourself. Think less and experiment more – Childhood Dreams

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Childhood dreams is started by three persons who quit their job to pursue their common passion – film making. Read on to know more them and their thought process.

About Us, the “Childhood Dreams Production” Team
Our Journey started in November 2014, when we finally decided to shoot and make short films. We left our regular jobs and started to gather the capital required along with the basic equipment that we needed and started shooting for our first film, and that’s how it all started.

What prompted you to become a filmmaker?
Movies, Movies and Movies

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Tell us about your team, if you have one?
Our team-Sujeet Singh (College Dropout), Jitesh Arya (Engineering graduate), Chintan Panchal (Diploma in Engineering).Even after being from different streams, we had the same vision for making films, which urged us to make a team. We write our film scripts, do the entire pre-production, shooting and post-production together.

How many/ what kind of movies you have made?
We completed Two Short films

  1. Regret (Social message)
  2. A short film on road safety (Social Message, traffic safety)

And we have two more short films in progress-‘Swacch Bharat Script’ and ‘Salty Coffee’, which will be releasing in a few weeks.
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What are your dreams/ vision?
Our vision is to make sci-fi movies in the future and make our film industry proud.

What difficulties do you face as an independent filmmaker?
Difficulties..?? Not yet.

What inspires you or keeps you going?
Movies Movies and Movies. We love it.

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Any fun/ memorable incident?
During the Shoot of “Regret”, there was a scene in which Rohan, who was portraying the character of a son, had to show anger toward his father, but instead of getting angry, Rohan just kept laughing  while delivering his dialogue which was,”Kya hai…kyun ek hi baat puch puch kr pareshan kar rahe ho?”. We had to take the scene over 15 times before we finally got our shot. It was a really funny moment.

What advice would you like to give to someone who is interested /newbie in film making?
Just grab your camera and start to explore by yourself. Think less and experiment more.

Anything else that you’d like to share?
Yes, first I would like to thank you for this interview. You guys are doing a really great job and you are also inspiring us, the new film makers. So just keep doing what you’re doing and keep inspiring us.

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