The true story of two Noida sisters who almost starved themselves to death gets adapted for the big screen in Choti Moti Batein.
UK-based stand-up comedian Nish Kumar on his maiden comedy road trip through India and staying light
An anthology of short stories challenges popular notions of what is normal in a discussion on women’s empowerment.
Many filmmakers have inspired me, mainly American filmmakers like John Ford.
Oscar-winner Megan Mylan returns with her latest documentary on girl empowerment in rural India.
An Israeli dance production Open Source gives a visual setting to the fears of a bride, moments before her wedding
An Israeli dance production Open Source gives a visual setting to the fears of a bride, moments before her wedding.
Documentary filmmaker Mano Khalil, whose film The Beekeeper had its India premiere at DIFF, on panning the camera on the plight of Kurdish refugees and describing their struggles for a better life
The Scottish Dance Theatre brings together a production by three contemporary choreographers, which patterns nature in various ways
Chetan Anand contributed to the freedom struggle through the medium of cinema, with his 1946 film Neecha Nagar.
To commemorate Anand’s birth centenary in January next year, the iconic film will be screened as part of the 20th Kolkata International Film Festival on November 15.
In his first solo in India titled “Kaleidoscope”, organised by Tasveer Gallery in partnership with Vacheron Constantin.
A resident of Nagpur, Amge is the only Indian talent to feature in the fourth season, which is titled Freak Show.
The Scottish Dance Theatre brings together a production by three contemporary choreographers, which patterns nature in various ways.
New York-based artist Indrani Pal Chaudhuri’s short film looks at how football is being used as a tool to empower girls in India.
latest film, 99 Homes starring Andrew Garfield and Michael Shannon premiered at the Venice Film Festival.
Through the story of nurse Aruna Shanbaug, filmmaker Chetan Shah revisits the issue of passive euthanasia
With a day job as a digital marketing analyst in Delhi, Chaudhuri’s third book is full of interesting trivia.
Oscar-winning Pakistani filmmaker Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy on her first animation film 3 Bahadur and why she chose to make a movie for children.
Award-winning filmmaker Jahnu Barua on his latest release, Ajeyo, regional cinema and his love for socio-political causes.
The third edition of Dharamshala International Film festival promises a fair mix of popular and award-winning cinema.
A Marathi film about a father searching for his daughter, Sunrise, will be screened in the competition section of Busan International Film festival
The third edition of Dharamshala International Film festival promises a fair mix of popular and award-winning cinema
Debut filmmaker Aditya Vikram Sengupta's story of love during troubled times has struck the right chords with film critics.
Nasreen Jahan's eight-minute film Newborns will have its world premiere on September 9, at the Toronto International Film festival in the Short Cuts International programme.
Indian-American actor Devika Bhise is excited about her role in a film based on the life of mathematician MS Ramanujan.
Aditya Vikram Sengupta looks to assert himself as a filmmaker with his debut attempt, Labour of Love.
A new mobile app brings us closer to our rich heritage by collating a list of museums in the city
Documentary filmmaker Shrikant Agawane’s latest shares insights into the benefits of walking.
Filmmaker Arpita Kumar engages with issues of racial discrimination towards minorities, especially Sikhs in the US.
Shonali Bose’s film about a girl with cerebral palsy looks at changing the myths surrounding specially-abled people
A feature film about drug addiction, youthful angst and rebellion wins Best feature at the Rhode Island Film festival
Today as India celebrates its 68th indepedence day, we ask filmmakers and writers to tell us the recent screen characters that embody the attributes of a new-age patriot.
Mira Nair’s latest short film God Room makes its world premiere at Venice Film Festival this month.
Mira Nair’s latest short film God Room , which explores our relationship with spirituality and religion, makes its world premiere at Venice Film Festival this month.
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