WHAT THE PRESS SAYS.......... Here are some of the press reviews about the programmes done by our team at ROSETTA STONE MEDIA .INDIAN EXPRESS Stunning SHIFTING SANDS ....ideal to promote Rajasthan... an enthralling work which showed an imagination which was aesthetic and artistic..
They have cut their teeth on documentaries . And it is that style that they have imbued their health serial (HEALING & BEYOND) with. It is a questioning spirit, which observes, records and marks ..... it seeks to go beyond the routine health story.......in short the best in the field . HINDUSTAN TIMES An absorbing , slickly made feature Invasion From The Skies pertinently dealt with the onslaught of cable and satellite television in India. TIMES OF INDIA " One of the best films , I have seen on the subject . " (Room Without A View - a film on Aids ) TIMES OF INDIA " ..... the serial's writer, director, Umesh Bist has given evidence that he knows what he is upto and how to get desired results." Manzilein FILMFARE .....another serial that focuses on contemporary middle class ....rather effectively done .. Manzilein INDIA TODAY " One of the delightful new programmes is IN SEARCH OF STEAM." INDIA TODAY " Among the more thought provoking programmes was one on the destruction of forests .... ..It is a programme which set people thinking , which is what socially concerned T.V. is about . Kiska Jungle TIMES OF INDIA " What made this programme (River in Turbulence ) stand out was its all round excellence : Direction, Editing, Camera." CITY SCAN " An imaginative Freeze Frame. " HINDUSTAN TIMES " Baste Basate by Deepak Mehra and Umesh Bist is an expose of the functioning of D.D.A. It effectively brings out the inefficacy and malfunctioning of the D.D.A. TIMES OF INDIA