K.G. George, the visionary filmmaker of Malayalam cinema’s ‘new wave’ era, leaves a lasting legacy, addressing intricate human relationships, societal imbalances, and the perpetual struggles of…
Browsing: Malayalam Cinema
“Reimagining masculinity, relationships, and innocencem: Peruvazhiyambalam, Kochu Kochu Thettukal, and Thakara – a continued exploration of Padmarajan’s impactful films
The Mammootty movie insists that you pay attention for 150 minutes, promising a massive payoff. That is not quite delivered.
Though Padmarajan’s screenplays ruffled many feathers in the 1970s, his fans are still on the rise. Beginning his career as a screenwriter for hire, a versatile…
Analysing Edavazhiyile Poocha, Minda Poocha, Vilkkanundu Swapnangal and Oppol.
In this ‘family film’, any other larger social formations or establishments are out of the question.
A series that highlights what is commonly considered to be one of the lesser achievements of legendary writer and filmmaker MT Vasudevan Nair – his screenplays. On the menu today are the films, Kanyakumari, Bandhanam and Neelathamara.
Legendary composer V. Dakshinamoorthy, who was instrumental in pioneering classical music-based film songs.
The three MT screenplays that stand out for their rebellious treatment of human life and its myriad concerns.
In this part of the series, MT: Malayalam’s Talisman, we dissect three films that formed MT’s political trilogy.