Can You Hear My Call – A Visual Poem

Here’s another attempt!

A rather belated one in fact as I was trying to work on my short film for quite some time now. The last one I made for my YouTube channel and shared it on my blog was back in September 2019.

I wanted to create more after that but somehow, I lost the interest in to. I was hooked up in others things in my free and sitting in front of my personal laptop for long hours, other than watching movies, seemed like a hurdle for me.

But because of staying home for more than two weeks now, I decided to re-ignite that flame once again.

And so, I present to you my new short film: Can You Hear My Call.

A visual poem of mine I published on my blog back in Jan 2020, accompanied with footage of driving on the roads of my city Karachi. Please note that all the footage you see in this short film were captured during 2018-19.


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And I’m already working on another new short film, which will be online in coming days, so do subscribe to my YouTube channel for updates.


VI:IV Films is my YouTube channel project I have created to make short films about the way I think and understand of the world I live in.

You can watch my previous short films by clicking on the links below:

Once Upon A Summer

Into The Green

Life’s Snippets

Movements In Mart

A Morning’s Shine

Clipper Diaries Episode #1 – The Time-lapse

Your Personal Locomotive

Glow Within




VI'IV Films original logo


Added for RDP Wednesday – VISUAL







12 thoughts on “Can You Hear My Call – A Visual Poem

    • Hammad Rais April 7, 2020 / 9:36 PM

      Thank you so very much for watching this 🙂


    • Hammad Rais April 6, 2020 / 8:06 PM

      Thank you so very much watching this, Carol. This is something I was planning to do for quite some time.

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