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Jun 17, 2017
IDSFFK 2017: From 3000 Nights to 1984, When the Sun Didn’t Rise — the five must-watch filmsThe IDSFFK 2017 offers the perfect opportunity to catch up on world cinema
Jun 10, 2017
Meet FTII student Payal Kapadia, whose film Afternoon Clouds, was selected for Cannes 2017Payal Kapadia is the director of Afternoon Clouds, the only Indian film to compete at Cannes 2017. She is also the only FTII student whose film has gone to the prestigious festival.
May 23, 2017
PickUrFlick Indie Film Fest draws to a close; best in independent cinema honoured across 12 categoriesAs a part of the PickUrFlick Indie Film Fest were 70 films across various languages.
May 17, 2017
Attention cinephiles: The PickUrFlick festival in Delhi is celebrating the best of indie filmsPickUrFlick Indie Film Fest will have 52 short films, 14 silent films and 8 animation films.
Apr 04, 2017
Casey Affleck's new film A Ghost Story opened at Sundance Film Festival; watch trailerA Ghost Story follows Rooney Mara, a grieving widow who is followed by the ghost of her husband, Casey Affleck.
Mar 07, 2017
Konkona Sen Sharma, Swara Bhaskar criticise CBFC; stress on need for freedom of expressionActresses Konkona Sen Sharma and Swara Bhaskar have called out the censor board on its decisions regarding the films Lipstick Under My Burkha and Anarkali of Aarah
Nov 12, 2016
Tom Alter: As a language, people like Urdu and it is still very much alive in their heartsIn an interview with Firstpost, Tom Alter spoke about directing his first film, his love for historicals and his fascination for the Urdu language.
May 29, 2015
Chaar Cutting review: Short films get the short end of the stickChaar Cutting is a true blue indie film; an anthology comprising four short films
May 20, 2015
Indie film Masaan wows Cannes audience, gets 5-minute long standing ovationMasaan, directed by Neeraj Ghaywan, was screened at the Cannes Film Festival and received a five-minute long standing ovation at the end.
Aug 30, 2013
China tries to clamp down on independent filmsChinese authorities have disrupted an independent film school, shut down two film festivals and harassed organizers of a third in recent months, say independent filmmakers, who see the actions as part of a general clampdown on freedom of expression.