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Jul 19, 2018
On Kōbō Abe's 25th death anniversary, a look at his most famous book-to-film adaptation Woman in the DunesWoman in the Dunes won the Special Jury Prize at the 1964 Cannes Film Festival, and was nominated for the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar in the same year.
Jul 04, 2018
With the ultra-success of Rajkumar Hirani's Sanju, a look at biopics that were off the mainstreamEvery frame of Sanju, I was comparing the on-screen story to what I know from off-screen reports.
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 18, 2018
Not just Salman Khan’s Race 3: Films of Renoir, Bergman, Fellini have also been thoroughly trashedIs it easier to dismiss a film like Race 3, which is so obviously bad, than a more 'serious' film?
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.
May 29, 2018
Is ‘golden age’ of International art-house cinema over? Dwindling attention span, obsession with box office numbers to blameWhy the “golden age” of art-house cinema is over – dwindling attention spans, the general decline of reading, the devaluation of critics as tastemakers, the rise of “cerebral” television drama and the obsession with box-office numbers.
May 21, 2018
From Hitchcock to Michelangelo Antonioni to Asghar Farhadi, how similar plots work in different waysWhat do Alfred Hitchcock, Asghar Farhadi and Michelangelo Antonioni have in common? All three filmmakers have made a movie around the concept of a missing woman — and yet there's so much different in each film.
May 07, 2018
Cannes Film Festival 2018: A journalist's view of the iconic event and its touching commitment to cinemaCannes’s rigid adherence to protocol may be second only to that in the Buckingham Palace.
Apr 09, 2018
Remembering Stéphane Audran’s La Femme Infidèle, and its tamer American counterpart, UnfaithfulLa Femme Infidèle got a Hollywood makeover in 2002 (Unfaithful), and the contrasts are a lesson in both film-making (by the director) as well as film-viewing (by the audience).