Loosely based on a survivor’s book it tells the story of a father who tries to keep his young son’s spirits up by pretending the concentration camp is just a game.
In an interview, Swaroop talks about his fascination with mythology, Battle of Banaras, and the controversies around the latest edition of IFFI.
“There have been periodic exhibitions and people are familiar with Sakti’s work, but I wanted to present it in all its richness, and show the full spectrum of his work,” says Hoskote.
In a new space, Manish Mehrotra retains the dexterity that made him the master of modern Indian cuisine
An exhibition documents the life and times of Indian soldiers in Europe during the first and second Battle Of Ypres
To be held between November 2017 and February 2018, Bonjour India will cover 100 programmes in 33 Indian cities and showcase concerts, literary meetings, film festivals, debates, conferences and food festivals, besides educational and scientific exchanges.
The Capital’s sighted get an experience of walking in their city like its visually challenged
Comedian Kapil Sharma on learning from his mistakes, returning to television and his upcoming film Firangi.
While Shiromani Akali Dal MPs had already made it clear they would not attend the meeting as the CM was himself staying away, even the Congress MPs did not cooperate.
The nine Marathi films include Kaasav; Ventilator, directed by Rajesh Mapuskar and produced by Priyanka Chopra; Kshitij: A Horizon by Manouj Kadaamh; Kachcha Limbu by Prasad Oak; Maza Bhirbhira by Yogesh Soman and Vivek Wagh among others.
The festival will begin today with what is being described as an “intellectual slugfest” between Oxford historian Peter Frankopan and Parliamentarian and litfest regular Shashi Tharoor.
One memory seems to have encroached upon his new production —when Raina’s mother died, the family didn’t have a shroud as Srinagar was sealed that day.
Amidst outrage over boxing the sari as a symbol of Hindutva, a look at its many definitions in the country.
West Bengal’s big win of the GI tag for its signature confectionery, rasogolla, calls for a look at its origin and significance
Author Amit Chaudhuri enters a new world with his photography exhibition in London.
Why German director Harald Fuhrmann keeps coming back to the Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts in Dharamsala every year.
At a press conference, the film fraternity extends support to Bhansali’s Padmavati, stays ambiguous on S Durga and Nude
In the 10th year of its parade, the Delhi Queer Pride committee presented its list of demands for social accountability
Filmmakers Ravi Jadhav and Sanal Sasidharan question the removal of their films from the upcoming edition of IFFI’s Indian Panorama
Mumbai-based Tejaswini Apte-Rahm on why the short story is an important literary form what it takes to be a full time writer
Designer Sandeep Sangaru's designs made it to Christie’s London sale last month, earning him four times the Indian price for a bamboo coat stand designed by him
The final nail in Indigo’s proverbial coffin is the video of their ground staff manhandling a passenger, who had disembarked at the Delhi airport. After it became prime time news on TV, Indigo apologised and has taken action against the staff.
Right-wing group Bajrang Dal, on Friday, held a demonstration against the release of the upcoming film- Padmavati and demanded a ban on it.
Paris-based artist Maya Burman on fantasy lands in her new solo, and how France has influenced what she puts on the canvas
Majid Majidi’s Beyond the Clouds to open IFFI next week.
Filmmaker-writer Tanuja Chandra on her new film Qarib Qarib Singlle, the dialogue between life and movies, and the illusion of first love
Once a Transformers fan, Andrew Griffith now works on the comic book franchise. The American artist, who will be a guest at the Comic Con, talks about switching sides.
The Indian Express Film Club screened Nebraska, a story about human emotions and reverence for life
What makes these web comics stand out in the itinerary of the Comic Con is that they defy convention in terms of content.
The Story Of Space, a festival in Goa, invites its audience to celebrate the concept of ‘space’ through multiple lenses
Baubles by this “California-chic-meets-Bollywood-glam” brand have been worn by Kim Kardashian, Jennifer Lopez, Eva Longoria, Sonam Kapoor, Deepika Padukone and Priyanka Chopra, among others.
Musicians Sandro Schneebeli and Max Pizio — from Switzerland’s Ticino, play a plethora of instruments. It's an intense experience — one hour without any distraction.
The story of the ill-fated tower and the people who could no longer communicate with each other is the inspiration for artist and filmmaker KM Madhusudhanan’s ongoing solo, “Babel” at the Guild Art Gallery in Alibaug, near Mumbai.
Robin Baker was at the British Council in Delhi, where he was promoting Shiraz, a 1928 film restored by the BFI. The silent film set in the Mughal period shares how a simple girl, Selima, became Mumtaz Mahal.
With a slate of cherry-picked movies, indepth interactions and beautiful venues, DIFF provides a great opportunity to reinforce the joys of cinema
At her lecture titled “Naya Lahore: Contemporary Art Practices in Lahore” at the India International Centre in Delhi, last week, artist and art educator Salima Hashmi shared these and many more anecdotes relating to art being produced in Pakistan.