Silhouette Magazine will be relaunched on 2nd May 2015, commemorating the birth anniversary of Indian master Satyajit Ray, with a bunch of new articles, complete web versions of older print and html editions, tributes and retrospectives.
There comes a time when we take a renewed step, give a new look, a new perspective and a new angle to a creation, while not diverging away from the original path.
Silhouette Magazine, now in its 14th year, is all set to launch into a new, refurbished avatar, which we hope will add more dynamism and verve to our already established reputation as the magazine for those who love to think free and express their views on cinema and of course, gain new deeper insights into movies.
Silhouette Magazine will be relaunched on 2nd May 2015, commemorating the birth anniversary of Indian master Satyajit Ray, with a bunch of new articles, selected web versions of older print and html editions, tributes and retrospectives. Its been a long journey that started in January 2002 albeit in the print format. In 2011 we moved to the web in a not so state-of-the-art website. Our urgency to let the ball roll again was the main reason for us moving to the web.
In 2014 we eventually moved to the Learning & Creativity’s domain for better coverage and reach and more advanced technology and usability. And now here we are with a refined look and the hope of making the Silhouette Magazine a more happening and interactive space for talking cinema.
We hope you will like the new look-feel of Silhouette and enjoy reading the articles we will share continuously. Do let us know your feedback – to make Silhouette cater to you better. Henceforth, Learning and Creativity will focus primarily on Literature, Books, Travel and Kids & Teens while all its film-related features will find space in Silhouette to reach out to a more qualified audience of movie buffs, film scholars, critics and students of cinema.
Rest all – us, you and our silhouettes remain unaltered. The quest continues for Silhouette but metaphorically, in a virtual space which is more real than ever before.