43rd Toronto International Film Festival Day 4: Voice of Reason

Why watching an Indian documentary at an international film festival makes perfect sense.

43rd Toronto International Film Festival Day 3: Women in film on closing the gender gap

TIFF’s ‘Share Her Journey’ programme has been working quietly and steadily to consciously increase the participation of women in film, both in front and behind the camera.


43rd Toronto International Film Festival: Some films to remember on a hectic opening day

43rd Toronto International Film Festival Day 1: The Wild Pear Tree, the latest offering from Turkish maestro Nuri Bilge Ceylan, is deeply political, taking gentle but decisive swipes at a country in turmoil, and people trying to live with their conscience.

On a Song: Rima Das’ next, Bulbul Can Sing to premiere at TIFF next month

Like her previous films, Bulbul... is also set in an Assamese village — shot over 60 days in and around Kalardiya, Chaygaon, which is the filmmaker’s native village.

After Village Rockstars, Rima Das's Bulbul Can Sing will premiere at TIFF this September

Bulbul Can Sing — National Award-winning Assamese director Rima Das’s newest offering  — to premiere at TIFF 2018.

‘MFF should be more visible’

TIFF’s artistic director Cameron Bailey believes that visibility would help MAMI raise funds.


Ajay Devgn disappointed to miss 'Parched' premiere at TIFF

Actor Ajay Devgn says he is disappointed to miss the screening of his co-production venture “Parched” at the 40th Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF).

The World Before Her

Tannishtha Chatterjee on being a ‘film festival girl’, fighting typecasting and contemporary Indian cinema.

India at Toronto International Film Festival

Megha Ramaswamy’s short film, Bunny, has been selected in the Short Cuts section. This is Ramaswamy’s second consecutive showcase at the festival.

CFSI targets 50-60 pc revenue through innovative marketing

Gone are the days when Children's Film Society, India (CFSI) used to make films for youngsters from grants and then distribute them for free.