A Delhi-based filmmaker revisits the 1983 Nellie massacre of Assam.
Ramzan nights glow with colourful stories across India. In Old Delhi, a gur ka sharbat sells for Rs 5.
An Oxford University researcher’s short film about the rising youth unemployment in Uttarakhand will be part of university and school curriculum across the UK.
Shobasakthi on his yearning to return to Sri Lanka, his political allegiances and why violence solves nothing.
Ammar Aziz’s film A Walnut Tree throws light on the life of those displaced by Pakistan’s war on terror.
50-ft mural festooned with cookie imagery painted on the wall of Moolchand underpass but authorities have no idea how it came up.
132-minute documentary “The Factory”, shows the aftermath of that incident that was over within a few hours that evening.
Murad Osmann, creator of the popular #followmeto Instagram account, on creating unique travel images.
Filmmaker Hardik Mehta’s directorial debut, which is based on Vikramaditya Motwane’s short story, is about a young man who undergoes circumcision.
Kamal Haasan on his mentor K Balachander, controversies around his films and his daughters Shruti and Akshara. .
A short film by Farhad Dehlvi, about living alone in a big city, premiered at Cannes yesterday.
National Award-winning filmmaker Vinod Kapri's next feature is a single character film based on a two-year-old girl.
A film looks at the link between Kolkata street vendors and office-goers.
Pushpendra Singh’s directorial debut brings to screen a popular Rajasthani folk tale, about a woman who is afraid to dream.
Some rare images from World War I highlight the contribution of Indian soldiers in the campaign of Gallipoli.
Khyentse Norbu talks why he is not an ideal spiritual guru.
Raj Amit Kumar on his banned film Un-Freedom that explores taboos on religion and sexuality .
Neeraj Ghaywan’s debut feature film, Masaan, which looks at the lesser-known facets of Varanasi, is part of the Official Selection at Cannes this year.
Tale of caste oppression in India’s hinterland won favour among critics at Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles.
A book on the life of Dhirendranath Ganguly chronicles the filmmaker’s contribution to Bengali cinema .
Saqib Saleem on his journey as a newcomer, actor-sister Huma Qureshi and his forthcoming sci-fi thriller.
Over 40 black-and-white photos show India in a candid and “unposed” fashion, hence the title of the exhibition.
Theatre director Feroz Abbas Khan carries forward his social engagement with a TV series on women empowerment.
A documentary sheds light on a Sikh community that is keeping alive the tradition of making fine cheese in northern Italy
The single-screen theatre in the heart of R K Puram Sector 12 is being reborn as PVR Sangam.
In an exhibition Cortes displays 45 photographs that give an insight into the architectural influences of these spaces.
After crocheting a locomotive, the charging bull sculpture at Wall Street and even a life-sized elephant, Polish artist Olek has opted for something simpler in Delhi - a night shelter
Filmmaker Atul Sabharwal’s documentary, In Their Shoes, on the leather shoes industry of Agra unwraps the bond between a father and son.
Set in Shimla during the initial years of the Indian nationalist movement, the 10-part series lays bare the repressive policies and laws of the British government that ruled Indians before independence.
Series creator and writer Paul Rutman speaks about the show's making, his special connection with India and the gamble taken by the producers.
Documentary filmmaker Pankaj Butalia on completing Assam: A Landscape of Neglect.
The exhibition titled “Sidhpur: Time Past Time Present”, and organised by Tasveer at Exhibit 320, displays 45 photographs.
A few international artists have converted empty walls and blank spaces into vibrant canvases.
A film about an ultimate frisbee team from Chennai was among the winners of the Sundance Short Film Challenge.
In the film, the Dera chief is seen tackling the drug menace in the country.
Songwriter and poet Irshad Kamil and filmmaker Imtiaz Ali on their synergy.
Meera Nair’s second book in the Maya series is a simple, linear narrative of a young girl’s adventures in Class III, set to Priya Kuriyan’s accomplished black-and-white sketches.