Discussing the nature of narratives in cinema and literature, the panellists presented a fruitful session at the SPACES Fest. The discussion began with the George Onakkoor recollecting his earliest association through Russian literature opening the doors to world classics. The left liberal ideology was what captivated his reading, said Onakkoor kick-starting the session.
The speakers strongly spoke about the role their villages played in shaping up their language. T.D Ramakrishnan pointed out how the film proves to be the result of a director’s craft with the ample assistance he receives from the people associated with him. He also added that his novel Francis Itti Kora was a well-planned novel.
The session concluded with the writer, actor and film maker, Madhupal giving insights on the forms of storytelling. He cited the example of Ozhimuri, which was a well written literary piece adapted to a movie. It must be the awareness in history and experiences that must sublime, noted the panellists concluding the session moderated by Rahul Radhakrishnan.