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Dec 02, 2018
Last Tango in Paris remains a big deal, both as a movie and as the complicated legacy of Bernardo BertolucciArray
Oct 25, 2018
David Lean, Terrence Malick, Ildikó Enyedi and the long gaps between their filmsLooking at the gaps, one might just think all that time went into forthcoming films, but that’s not always the case.
Sep 20, 2018
My Life with James Dean, Queer gaze and whether cinema should be categorised into inclusive labelsArray
Sep 06, 2018
On Kurosawa's 20th death anniversary, remembering Rashōmon and his only female-centric filmWhat’s fascinating, today, is that Kurosawa matches the melodrama in the story with visual melodrama.
Sep 03, 2018
Recalling Raise the Red Lantern by Zhang Yimou, this year’s recipient of Jaeger-LeCoultre award at VeniceThis year, Chinese director Zhang Yimou will receive the Jaeger-LeCoultre Glory to the Filmmaker award at the Venice Film Festival.
Aug 23, 2018
With Kerala floods, let’s ask why we readily watch disaster movies even as real-life disasters leave us reelingThere’s something grotesque about a disaster movie, which plays on our darkest fears. There’s something equally grotesque about our reaction to these movies.
Aug 09, 2018
Flashback to Dario Argento’s Suspiria, as the remake readies for Venice Film Festival 2018 premiereSuspiria is like Rosemary’s Baby on LSD.
Jun 25, 2018
From My Own Private Idaho to Four Days in France — a look at the factors that define LGBTQI cinemaLGBTQI cinema is more than just homosexual characters.
Jun 11, 2018
With the release of Kaala, here’s a quick tour of political cinema from around the worldThe release of Pa Ranjith’s Kaala, starring Rajinikanth, has brought politics back into filmmaking.
Jun 04, 2018
Why mood-over-plot films like The Wonders and female filmmakers like Alice Rohrwacher stand outIn a world increasingly filled with thunderous Marvel movies, the evocative, wispy nothingness of a film like The Wonders – where mood matters more than plot – is, at least to some of us, an escape.