A film on his life won an Oscar, and, through appearances in ads, TV series and songs, Stephen Hawking bridged the gap between science and popular culture
Stephen Hawking's life was an inspiration for many filmmakers. The physicist himself made a few appearances on the popular TV show The Big Bang Theory.
The trailer, that released today, shows Christian, the curator of an art museum in Stockholm talking about the exhibition called 'The Square' that he has got installed. The film will release on March 16.
Abdellatif Kechiche's French coming-of-age romantic drama is heartbreaking and breathtaking in parts. It is also visually stunning, but what really elevates Blue is the Warmest Colour are the performances and the direction.
Payal Kapadia on the premiere of her experimental documentary at the Berlinale and making way for confessions of love and desire
What makes people to do the things they do? Underneath the skin and bones, who really, are we? Like all good films, 3 Days, a feature based on fact, compels you to ask the hard questions, and leads you to think.
Fergie has been trolled for her rendition of the "Star-Spangled Banner" at NBA. Her performance has been made light of by Twitter users. Fergie had performed her own version of the anthem, which didn't go down so well with listeners.
Known for films like Gandu and Tasher Desh, Q -- who is excited about his film Garbage becoming the only Indian movie at the Panorama section of the 68th Berlin International Film Festival this year -- says he is not in the industry for entertainment.
The film festival organised by the Bharatiya Chitra Sadhana begins at Delhi's Siri Fort Auditorium today. Those participating in the festival include filmmakers Subhash Ghai and Madhur Bhandarkar, who will be holding two separate masterclasses on The Art of Directing.
Garbage, the only official Indian entry at the Berlin festival is sometimes too in your face in the way it takes two young women and a man, flings them into terrible situations, and observes them, pitilessly, trying to negotiate those tough tangles.
James Hadley Chase's 1945 novel Eve turns up as the freshly minted Eva directed by Benoit Jacquot in the Competition section. Meanwhile, the Indian delegation, led by Karan Johar, has been busy talking up the Indian film industry in the European Film Market (EFM).
The music video, starring Priya Prakash Varrier, has taken the Internet by storm.
The Pakistani remake of Mahesh Bhatt’s 1982 Arth rides high on emotion and stylised narration. The songs by Rahat Fateh Ali Khan and composer Sahir Ali Bagga in the film won praise from Mahesh Bhatt as well.
Netflix’s Love Per Square Foot, starring Vicky Kaushal and Angira Dhar, has its heart in the right place and would have worked better had it been about twenty minutes shorter.
Director Anand Tiwari on Love Per Square Foot, the millennials and what makes us curious as a nation.
Pakistani actor Qazi Wajid died on Sunday morning. He was admitted to a hospital after complaining of chest pain. Wajid was a popular radio and television artist.
Manohar Ambanagari is among the 30 top movies to be showcased at a festival in USA in May
The Express Film Club presented the nuances of work-life balance in its latest outing in Delhi
Rangroot trailer: Diljit Dosanjh beautifully brings forth the dilemma of a soldier who cannot sleep as when he closes his eyes he can see the faces of the martyred soldiers. Also, Diljit asks in the trailer, "Will the blood they shed during the war be valued?"
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