Monday, January 23, 2017

Scientists are researching our short film Clock Anti-Clock

When I watched “Clock Anti-clock” by Deepak Sharma (Paragravity Films) it made me think about an altered state of physics.
Just last week I stumbled upon a description of the “Arrow Paradox” (sometimes called “Fletcher’s Paradox”) which is a much more succinct way of putting what I think I was trying to get over.

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Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Creative Meet for writers and Producers

Paragravity Films is organizing writing and production meet on December 24, 2016 in Gurgaon. If you are a writer and/or producer and want to create better networking then we would be creating the meeting space for you.

The space can be utilized for creative discussions, business discussions, experience sharing.

In case you are interested to join, do register yourself at or 08826160696. The meet is free of cost but has limited seats to occupy. 

About Paragravity Films
The production group has produced couple of short and documentary films on social issues like Female Feticide, Marriage issues in India, Film Piracy, Disability etc.Their latet production BLACK IS BEAUTIFUL was part of NFDC Film Bazaar 2015 recommends.

Thursday, October 6, 2016

Clock Anti-Clock is being deconstructed by a scientist

How does time flow in Clock Anti-Clock? Is there personal time, is it a matter of perception of time, or does time actually flow backwards?

Clock Anti-Clock is a time travel movie produced by Deepak Sharma (Paragravity) with the simple premise of a time traveler who meets himself. But there’s a twist…

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Monday, April 18, 2016

MaxItMagazine covers Black Is Beautiful

Titled 11 Blind Kids Improv Theater Documentary, The film was covered in April 13, 2016. The article captures an experience of journey of theatre. More details at:

Wednesday, March 9, 2016

A journey of our film-maker Deepak Sharma is captured in Vittor's Blog

"Even after delving into the world of arts he has remained a student of science. His curiosity to explore science through the medium of art can vividly be seen in his acclaimed short film 'Clock Anti Clock'. The movie treats time as a fourth dimension and explore the possibility of time travel. The complexity of sequence of events if one could travel in time zones, how the world could be changed, effected with this mere crossing of time passage, both forward and backward. if you watch the movie you can realize how well he has been able to capture the emotion, complexity and adventure of time travel withing 7 minutes.
Deepak is currently working on an another beautiful subject with blind children. It started with his desire to teach improvisational theater to blind children in Delhi."

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Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Black Is Beautiful documentary film in News: A film opens a window for special children

Black is Beautiful is a documentary film in progress that is fighting funding odds so as to be ready for screening in January 2016. The film features 11 visually impaired children
of various ages. Deepak Sharma, a theatre person and documentary filmmaker who studied improvisational theatre, was inspired to train the youngsters and, seeing their
eagerness to learn and perform, decided to self-fund the documentary...shoma a. chatterji, Kolkata

More details: Press institute Journal Grassroots