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Video Game Developer & Director

Karthik Subramanyam | Video Game Developer & Director

 
 

Hi! I'm a Video Game Developer & Director with formal training in Computer Science Engineering and Game Design. I specialize in Gameplay Programming and in Directing the entire video game experience. See More

KARTHIK'S Playlist

I love discovering and being continuously inspired by the work of others in all forms of Art that include Video Games, Music, Films, Visual Arts and Literature.

FEBRUARY
2018

FILMS
Lucky
Swiss Army Man
A Coffee in Berlin
Submarine
Calvary
Café de Flore
Laura (1944)
The Man Who Sleeps

MUSIC
Alcest - Kodama
Ben Lukas Boysen - Mother Nature
Akron/Family - Meek Warrior
The Beach Boys - All Summer Long
Bass Communion - Atmospherics
Dream Theater - Systematic Chaos
Perfect Beings - Vier
ABBA - Arrival
Blonde Redhead - Penny Sparkle

Beach House - Thank Your Lucky Stars
Angel Olsen - Half Way Home
Balmorhea - Clear Language
Noorvik - Noorvik
Aimee Mann - Lost In Space
Above & Beyond - Sirens of the Sea
The Alan Parsons Project - Eye in the Sky
The Album Leaf - A Chorus of Storytellers
Chromatics Discography
Ducktails Discography
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club - Take Them On, On Your Own
Ben Lukas Boysen & Sebastian Plano - Everything
Laura Marling - I Speak Because I Can
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club - Wrong Creatures
Various Artists - Twin Peaks: Music From the Limited Event Series
Angels of Light - Everything Is Good Here / Please Come Home
David Locke - Twin Peaks: The Music In The Air, Revived

 


KARTHIK'S RECOMMENDATIONS

JANUARY
2018

THE TWILIGHT ZONE (1959-1964)
TV SERIES

The Twilight Zone is an American science-fiction, fantasy, psychological-supernatural horror anthology television series created by Rod Serling. Each episode presents a self-contained drama in which characters find themselves dealing with paranormal, futuristic, Kafkaesque, or otherwise disturbing or unusual events, an experience described as entering "the Twilight Zone." Episodes typically feature a surprise ending and a moral.  

You might like this if you like: Alfred Hitchcock Presents (1955-1962), Black Mirror, Twin Peaks.

THE TWILIGHT ZONE (1959-1964) | IMDb
MORE INFO | Wikipedia


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