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Rohena Gera on using love as an equaliser to question class divide in Sir: 'Wanted to stick to the truth of the characters'
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Rohena Gera on using love as an equaliser to question class divide in Sir: 'Wanted to stick to the truth of the characters'

"It’s too easy, making it dramatic or making somebody the bad guy or just going down this fairy tale path. But how do you make it real?" says Rohena Gera.

Tillotama Shome on playing Ratna in romantic drama Sir, film's theatrical release and international recognition
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Tillotama Shome on playing Ratna in romantic drama Sir, film's theatrical release and international recognition

The Rohena Gera directed film, which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival in 2018, will be in cinemas on 13 November.

Sir, Rohena Gera's Cannes award-winning romantic drama, to release in Indian cinemas on 13 November
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Sir, Rohena Gera's Cannes award-winning romantic drama, to release in Indian cinemas on 13 November

Sir was earlier scheduled to release on 20 March but was stalled due to the coronavirus lockdown in the country

Train to Busan 2: Peninsula trailer released; film will hit theatres in South Korea on 24 June
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Train to Busan 2: Peninsula trailer released; film will hit theatres in South Korea on 24 June

The trailer of Peninsula, the sequel to the highly acclaimed zombie South Korean flick Train to Busan, has arrived.

Coronavirus Outbreak: The French Dispatch, Pixar's Soul were among official selections for cancelled Cannes 2020
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Coronavirus Outbreak: The French Dispatch, Pixar's Soul were among official selections for cancelled Cannes 2020

The selections were an exercise in what-might-have-been for Cannes, the international French festival that for the last 73 years has been one the most prestigious and glitzy annual gatherings of cinema.

Cannes Film Festival flashback: Most memorable editions, from post-WWII beginnings to its 2009 pinnacle
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Cannes Film Festival flashback: Most memorable editions, from post-WWII beginnings to its 2009 pinnacle

Cannes Film Festival, originally scheduled to run from 12-23 May, will not be held in its "original form" this year due to the ongoing coronavirus crisis.

Coronavirus Outbreak: Cannes Film Festival venue desolate on scheduled day of commencement
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Coronavirus Outbreak: Cannes Film Festival venue desolate on scheduled day of commencement

The Cannes Film Festival was canceled for the first time due to the coronavirus since World War II

Cannes rules out physical film festival edition, hints at collaborating with movie events later in the year
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Cannes rules out physical film festival edition, hints at collaborating with movie events later in the year

The 73rd edition of the Cannes film festival had already been postponed from its original mid-May dates to late June and early July.

Like Parasite, Knives Out and The Platform, Brazilian quasi-Western Bacurau uses genre constructs for social commentary
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Like Parasite, Knives Out and The Platform, Brazilian quasi-Western Bacurau uses genre constructs for social commentary

In films like Bacurau, we get messages about society’s class structures, and the most interesting thing is that these films aren’t structured like “message movies”.

Coronavirus Outbreak: Cannes Film Festival to 'explore other options' after lockdown in France extended till mid-July
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Coronavirus Outbreak: Cannes Film Festival to 'explore other options' after lockdown in France extended till mid-July

Cannes Film Festival organisers said they are exploring other options, and have started discussions with film professionals, in France and abroad.

Coronavirus pandemic leads to Cannes Film Festival 2020 postponement, organisers eye June or July
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Coronavirus pandemic leads to Cannes Film Festival 2020 postponement, organisers eye June or July

Organizers of Cannes Film Festival, scheduled to take place 12-23 May, said Thursday that they are considering moving the festival to the end of June or the beginning of July.

No Time to Die release postponed: a look at how COVID-19 outbreak has affected the entertainment industry
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No Time to Die release postponed: a look at how COVID-19 outbreak has affected the entertainment industry

The makers of No Time to Die had earlier postponed the China premiere and publicity tour of the film.

Sir, Rohena Gera's Cannes critic week award-winning romantic drama, to release in India on 20 March
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Sir, Rohena Gera's Cannes critic week award-winning romantic drama, to release in India on 20 March

Sir, starring Vivek Gomber, Tillotama Shome and Geetanjali Kulkarni, revolves around an unlikely attraction between a man and his maid servant.

Sanjay Suri to release Ladj Ly’s Academy-nominated political drama Les Miserables in India on 13 March
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Sanjay Suri to release Ladj Ly’s Academy-nominated political drama Les Miserables in India on 13 March

Les Miserables which was nominated for best international feature film at the 2020 Academy Awards, picked up the Prix du Jury at Cannes last year.

Pain and Glory movie review: Pedro Almodovar digs deep into his past in an intimate self-portrait
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Pain and Glory movie review: Pedro Almodovar digs deep into his past in an intimate self-portrait

Pedro Almodovar's Pain and Glory is a painfully honest portrait of an artist in a personal and professional crisis.

Spike Lee makes history as first black director to serve as Jury President at Cannes Film Festival 2020
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Spike Lee makes history as first black director to serve as Jury President at Cannes Film Festival 2020

Oscar-winning filmmaker Spike Lee was on Tuesday announced as the jury head of the 2020 Cannes Film Festival, becoming the first African-American to lead the distinguished panel at the annual film extravaganza.

How a viewer benefits from knowing the plot of a film, through the lens of two titles at MAMI 2019
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How a viewer benefits from knowing the plot of a film, through the lens of two titles at MAMI 2019

Does it matter Oliver Laxe's Spanish film Fire Will Come gives us a mere hint of plot, whereas Konkani drama Kaajro (Bitter Tree) gives the entire plot away?