Filmmaker and screenwriter KG George explores the different layers of the society and characteristic traits of people in his films Swapnadanam, Mannu and Ulkadal.
How the K elements in the West have influenced the imagination and esthetics collectively.
Why Year One is widely acknowledged as the source of Christopher Nolan’s cult Batman Begins
What makes ‘The Long Halloween’ significantly different is that it is a classic noir-murder mystery of the James Ellroy types
Chaitanya Tamhane’s The Disciple explores the burden of self-expectation and the price one pays for a perceived notion of mediocrity.
This detective thriller version of the Batman, made by Matt Reeves, aspires to be distinctive from the versions of Christopher Nolan.
Analysing Edavazhiyile Poocha, Minda Poocha, Vilkkanundu Swapnangal and Oppol.
Bollywood film Mimi raises several concerns around surrogacy in India. Commercial surrogacy comes with health, mental hazards. It can’t become a poverty eradication programme.
How the history of India’s art cinema connects to the socio-political movements in the country. Growing up, I had two misconceptions about ‘art’ cinema. That it…
In this ‘family film’, any other larger social formations or establishments are out of the question.