Hannes Stöhr’s Berlin is in Germany talks about an East German adjusting to life in a unified nation
What if you were raised in a place that resembled jail, and that’s your default state of being? You don’t know what it is to be free.
Taba Chake brings Nyishi to the indie scene: Singer-songwriter on performing in an Arunachal dialect, his artistic evolution
Writing songs was not as difficult as reaching out to people and sharing my words through my songs, says Taba Chake.
Tenet dazzles — it effortlessly fits into Christopher Nolan's self-created brand of brainiac entertainment, but it does not move the heart.
Kangana Ranaut accompanied her post with a personal note for "Jaya Amma" Jayalalithaa and her Thalaivi director AL Vijay
"Had I been in her place, I wouldn’t have been able to move in awe," Akshay Kumar said of Christopher Nolan's message for Dimple Kapadia
Mank movie review: David Fincher’s Netflix film is a deeply personal tale of a writer and his greatest work
There is a romance to Mank that seems like a cinephile’s love letter to the motion picture, but it is tinged with the maturity of a seasoned artist.
Movies about disabled people are typically nothing more than "triumph of spirit over body" stories with intrinsic catharsis for able-bodied audiences. Sound of Metal avoids that with an immersive screenplay and impressive sound design.
Mulan could have been a burning live-action adaptation of a powerful origin story. But it remains painfully loyal to Disney's diktats.
The Fabulous wives of Bollywood never get comfortable with the idea that they have to live their lives on camera.
Darbaan movie review: Rabindranath Tagore revisited in Bollywood to bitter-sweet albeit insubstantial effect
Darbaan works up to a point, but does not have the depth and social insights of the Bengali film starring Uttam Kumar that was also adapted from Tagore's Khokababur Pratyabartan.
David Fincher’s Netflix film Mank is a ‘watchable entry in the annals of Hollywood self-obsession’ despite historical contentions
Most characters in David Fincher’s Mank are embedded in a spectacle that shimmers with knowing artificiality
Atrangi Re, which reunites Dhanush and Aanand L Rai after their 2013 hit Raanjhanaa, will feature Akshay Kumar in a "special role."
Ronnie Screwvala describes the series Five Past Midnight In Bhopal as a "breath-taking story, compellingly told" that needs to be adapted for screen with the importance and scale as that of Chernobyl.
Om: The Battle Within, starring Aditya Roy Kapur and Sanjana Sanghi, went on floors on 3 December
Bombay Rose movie review: Gitanjali Rao's animated film is an arresting ode to the paradoxical chaos of Mumbai
Every stroke within is a tribute, every note of music a love song, every passing moment in it a chronicle of a time, place or memory that can only be described as indelible.
The first project of Hillary Clinton and her daughter's HiddenLight company is to be a documentary series called Gutsy Women, picked up by Apple TV+
Warner Bros' hybrid distribution model for 2021 means films like Dune and The Suicide Squad will debut simultaneously in theatres and on HBO Max in the US, and after a month, they'll stop streaming and continue to play only in theatres.
Tenet represents a dangerous gambit in the age of COVID-19: a blockbuster so must-see the studio hopes audiences will risk infection and death just to catch a glimpse of its brilliance. But in the end, Tenet is just a movie, as it was always going to be.
Kangana Ranaut gets legal notice from Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Management Committee for hate tweet against farmer protests
The notice claimed that if Kangana Ranaut can demand justice for the demolition of her Mumbai bungalow, she should also respect "the fundamental right to peaceful protest" of the farmers.
'I like being out of my comfort zone': Swara Bhasker on trying stand-up comedy for Bhaag Beanie Bhaag
"In the last two to three years, the most exciting thing that has happened is newer kinds of roles being written especially for women," says Swara Bhasker.