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We are the Cream Generation!
M Cream is an experimental narrative that explores the myriad realities of rebellion indicative of youth culture today. It follows the exploits of a group of university students as they travel through the Himalayas in pursuit of a mythic form of hash. Through this journey, the film serves to portray a new generation in India and reflects upon the growing disillusionment of the same. Narrated in a style that is both familiar and poetic, M Cream unequivocally protests against the rising tide of conformity. While chalking out the contemporary socio-political realities of India, the film presents topics of concern that transcend regional bouncadaries. In a world of growing nationalistic fervor, it seeks to reaffirm the universality of struggle.
A motley crew of university students set out on a journey in pursuit of a mythical form of hash, confronting a series of encounters that begin to unravel the myriad realities of rebellion.
FIGS is the typical cynic one finds lurking in the expansive lawns of Delhi University. Entangled in a web of drugged out delirium, he’s the quintessential rebel. His world is thrown into disarray when his conservative parents begin to chalk out a strategy for his future. Things only become worse when a sudden scarcity of hash deprives Figs of his favorite pastime. Unable to cope with the situation, Figs joins forces with his best friend MAGGIE on a quest to attain M Cream, a mythical form of hash. They hastily devise a plan to trek to the far reaches of the Himalayas in pursuit of this goal. Maggie ropes in her boyfriend NIZ, who’s purportedly headed to the hills on a photo assignment. Unbeknownst to Figs, the trio is joined by JAY, a close friend of Niz. Chaos ensues as the reckless travelers journey across the Himalayan expanse. The road trip results in a series of unexpected encounters that begin to unravel the myriad realities of rebellion. Difficult choices are made and uncomfortable sides are taken as Figs and the others begin to comprehend the mysterious ways of the world we live in.
M Cream is an ode to the spirit of revolution! The film chronicles the lives of four university students who embark on a road trip in pursuit of a mythical form of hash. The subsequent journey serves to explore the contemporary notion of rebellion and paints a compelling portrait of a new generation in India. It is a socio-political commentary on the issues of the day as seen through the eyes of young India. Across the nation, young people are speaking out and taking cognizance of the imminent doom that clouds our collective future. It is no surprise that the resurgent radicalization of populations and peoples across the world is ever more pronounced in India. In a country that is riddled with paradoxes and paranoia, it is the new generation that is forming the vanguard of rebellion. I am proud to say that I am a part of this generation of revolutionaries and mavericks. I am proud that M Cream is possibly the first film of its kind that attempts to explore the anger, confusion, defiance and madness of my generation. It is a film that reflects the turbulence of our times and reaffirms my faith that film can act as a weapon of the revolution and as a tool to change the world.
Director – M Cream
With over four decades of experience, Tom is a stalwart who has worked with acclaimed filmmaker Satyajit Ray and more recently acted opposite Oscar winner Peter O’Toole in One Night with the King.
Raaghav is a theatre actor, director and producer. He has performed in London’s West End, and recently appeared in the national award winning film Lessons In Forgetting, as well as in the Indian adaptation of the American series 24.
An accomplished Film and Television actress, Ira’s past endeavors include performances in films such as Aisha, The President is coming and Aisa Yeh Jahaan. She is also an acclaimed theatre actress and has performed in several plays and stage productions alongside her mother, renowned thespian Lilette Dubey.
A veteran of stage and screen, Lushin has appeared in several films including Partition and Delhi Belly.
A fresh and dynamic face in the world of Bollywood, Aurita is also an accomplished dancer. Her film appearances include Love Breakups Zindagi and All the Lost Souls.
A French actress associated with the National School of Drama, Beatrice is a dynamic face in the fabric of Indian cinema. Her recent film I am Kalam was showcased at several film festivals to wide acclaim.
A multi-faceted actor and musician, Imaad has extensive experience in both theatre and film. His latest films include Little Zizou, Dil Dosti Etc, The Reluctant Fundamentalist and Tasher Desh. He is also the son of legendary actors Naseeruddin Shah and Ratna Pathak. Imaad received the ‘Best Actor’ award at the St Tropez Film Festival for his role in the feature film M Cream. He is also part of the Electro-Funk musical duo Madboy/Mink.
India’s premier acting guru, Barry is a highly regarded figure in the film industry and mentor to icons such as, Shahrukh Khan, Freida Pinto and Manoj Bajpai. His film appearances include Oscar winner Gandhi, Shatranj ke Khilari and The Great Indian Butterfly.
Agneya Singh is an Indian filmmaker and screenwriter. He is often identified with the revolutionary new wave of Indian cinema. Starting out as a documentary filmmaker in New Delhi, he subsequently began to explore narrative structures in story telling. Focusing as a director and cinematographer, Agneya has worked on a multitude of subjects in both documentary and narrative film. These works provide radical commentaries on various aspects of Indian society and polity. A graduate of the Tisch School of the Arts, New York University, his short films and videos have been screened at several film festivals and media showcases.
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Executive Producer, Vindhya Singh, began her film and television career working at TV India. Her outstanding work in non-fiction programming quickly led to directing and producing several groundbreaking Indian documentaries in the ‘90s including Girl Child, Diversified Agriculture and Biography to name a few. Vindhya’s interest turned towards fiction and she decided to head to The New York Film Academy to take courses in film production.
Mandira Nevatia is a Producer, Writer and Director based in Mumbai. Her voyage as a filmmaker began in New York at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. A dual degree in Film & Television Production and Broadcast Journalism allowed her to examine the subjective versus the objective, shaping the way she understood storytelling. Mandira believes it is much preferred to live in the world of the imagined. Reality originates from the phantasmagorical, and it is with the power of undiscovered thought, that one can incite divergent thinking.
Aban Raza is an artist and filmmaker. A graduate of College of Art, Delhi, her etchings and serigraphic prints have been exhibited to wide acclaim. She is the recipient of the prestigious Somnath Hore award. Currently, Aban is working in New Delhi as a scholar of the Lalit Kala Akademi. Many of her works provide thematic explorations around the notion of protest.
Director of Photography
Born to a painter, Mingjue Hu was immersed in visual art from an early age. He grew up in New York where he studied photography before enrolling at Tisch School of the Arts, New York University. Since his graduation, Ming has been working as a cinematographer on feature films, music videos and commercials.
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At the helm of High Tide Communications, Monica has overseen the art direction of several acclaimed productions including Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye!, Jalpari and Children of War.
A Mumbai based film editor, Hemanti holds a post graduate diploma from FTII. Her feature film credits include Parineeta, Peepli Live and English Vinglish.
With an impressive audiography, Manik has worked on several notable films as both a sound recordist and designer. His credits include Shaitan, Cocktail and From Syndey with Love.
Srijan, Nikhil and Arsh are New Delhi based musicians who composed and recorded the soundtrack for M Cream. They collectively comprise Studio Fuzz, a music production studio. Accomplished performers, Arsh Sharma is lead guitarist for The Circus, Srijan Mahajan plays the drums for Half Step Down, Cyanide and Parikrama while Nikhil Malik plays guitar for both Cyanide and Half Step Down.
Gayeti Singh is currently Assistant Editor at thecitizen.in and has worked in the media, publishing, development/advocacy and education sectors, in addition to four entrepreneurial ventures in media, e-commerce and education spaces. Gayeti’s interests are politics, political economy and development with a specific focus on South Asia. She graduated from the University of Oxford. Gayeti is also presently a board director in Agniputra Films.
Agniputra Films is a production house based in New Delhi, India. Founded on the principles of originality and innovation, it is indicative of the revolutionary new wave of Indian cinema. Spearheaded by a team of radical and bold filmmakers, Agniputra Films is committed to the creation of films and documentaries that challenge a traditional cinematic framework.
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❝I’ve always expressed myself best through the written word, and I am vociferously opinionated. Yet, I never thought I would be a writer. I spent almost a decade trying to find my calling in a number of pursuits — advocacy, education, research… I even started an e-commerce venture. Just over a year ago, I co-founded an online newspaper called The Citizen, which was a passion project born out of a vehement opposition to the corporatisation of the media. The 2014 General Elections were around the corner, and the media — based on the diktats of its corporate-political puppet masters — had already decided who was going to win. I gave up a secure job and a confirmed spot at the University of Cambridge, and poured all my frustration, anger, hope and ardour into The Citizen. Of all the things I have tried my hand at, The Citizen was the only one that did not fit into any larger plan. There was no business model, no money and absolutely no clue where this would lead to in the coming years. Ironically, The Citizen is the only one that leaves me entirely fulfilled and unequivocally happy. Perhaps because of the very reason that its inception doesn’t lie in any constructed idea of what I should want, but in ideals that are the basis of who I am: optimism, independence and courage.❞
Gayeti Singh, Journalist
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The Cream Chronicle
"A new generation of filmmakers are creating films with an aesthetic, and appeal, that's a far cry from the glitz and glamour of India's commercial films. Agneya Singh is one such filmmaker."
M Cream suggests the emergence of a different voice in Indian cinema: one that is curious, playful and unafraid to see where things lead.
Don O’Mahony, Senior Film Critic,
M Cream is not only an epic film, it’s a fantastic cultural fusion of American independent and Indian cinema. Agneya Singh is the Jack Kerouac of his generation.
George T. Marshall, Festival Director, Rhode Island Film Festival,
A refreshing, vivid and occasionally delirious road trip of a film into Dharamsala, and beyond into the snowy mountains and canopied forests of Himachal Pradesh where four young and attractive millennials from New Delhi hope their treasure hunt for a fabled stimulant, M Cream, will end blissfully. Directed with verve and panache by NYU graduate Agneya Singh, M Cream is not only a wildly promising debut feature film, but an eye-popping, propulsive and energetic hybrid of American independent and Bollywood filmmaking.
Laurence Kardish, Curator Emeritus, MOMA,
A powerful meditation on the profundity and fragility of youth. Throughout the film, I was taken by the characters' ability and desire to embrace the world: it wasn't simply the fact that they faced a perpetual wanderlust beyond a place of material and psychological comfort. Rather, the two main characters use their ability to travel as a means of discovering something within themselves. Through revealing and dramatic dialogue, they begin to trust one another as friends and dreamers.
Lynne Sachs, Award Winning Filmmaker,