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.
Hollywood, Bollywood and Malayalam movies opened up a new world to a little boy who shifted to Trivandrum in the early 1970s.
The move to merge crucial film bodies into a corporate entity can harm democratic cinematic culture in India.
This is the story of a boy who was initiated into the wild west at an open movie theatre inside an army Cantonment in India. This was the 1970s and raging in the air was a war.
Contagion Cabaret, a British stage performance turned into a film, is blended with extracts from plays, poems, journalism and music.