“Serious, in-depth writing on cinema is almost a rarity in these days of star-centric and market-driven film journalism. Several serious journals and magazines on cinema have stopped publication. In this dark scenario, Silhouette
is reborn and brings the hope of that elusive rainbow at the end of a dark tunnel. As a contributor to Silhouette
and a constant reader of this journal, I feel it works ideally not only for throwing up original and unique perspectives on cinema, but also as a frame of reference for students of film studies and for filmmakers across the English-speaking literatti now and in the future..
Here is wishing Silhouette
a long, healthy and productive life for the sake of cinema lovers everywhere.”