Cat Sticks, the only Indian film to be screened at 2019 Slamdance Film Festival, is a nuanced take on drug addiction
Slamdance, a subversive film festival, celebrates its 25th anniversary this year. Cat Sticks is the only Indian film to be screened at the festival.
#MeToo and Art: #TimesUp for the myth of the troubled male artist; let's actively seek female voices instead
If you and I have knowingly supported, promoted, defended, collaborated with any art that is tainted, let’s own up | #MeToo | #MeTooIndia
Response to women's safety poll has been typically sexist and myopic; report should be studied, not vilified
Closer home in India, the joke hits home. A perception study recently conducted by Thomson Reuters Foundation that maps India as the most unsafe country for women, has become the subject of much debate.
In a country where films like Kya Kool Hai Hum and Mastizaade benchmark sex comedies, it is refreshing to have a Brahman Naman.