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Sardar Udham, Jai Bhim, Sarpatta Parambarai and The Disciple led the pack with multiple nominations at 2022 Critics’ Choice Awards
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In its depiction of the quest, not always hopeful, and ultimate non-success of its protagonist, a Hindustani classical vocalist, The Disciple projects a relentless, dull and gritty unrest.
What makes Chaitanya Tamhane's The Disciple an unprecedented onscreen study of Indian classical music
Many films approach classical music or the musician as sacred – invariably rendering the portrayal hackneyed. Chaitanya Tamhane’s film brings the focus back on the mundane and the routine.
The Disciple movie review: Chaitanya Tamhane’s second film is a moving ode to lives spent in pursuit of art
The Disciple is a thoroughly Indian film, rooted in the space and cinematic time that director Chaitanya Tamhane creates.
The Disciple is an expensive film and I was allowed to make it with zero compromises: Chaitanya Tamhane
As The Disciple releases on Netflix India, an interview with director Chaitanya Tamhane from Venice Film Festival 2020, where his Marathi film won the Best Screenplay Award.
Chaitanya Tamhane on the death of his Court actor Vira Sathidar: 'It's a collective loss for society'
Court filmmaker Tamhane dwells on the experience of working with activist, writer, poet and intellectual Sathidar, who passed away last week.
Alfonso Cuaron on backing Chaintanya Tamhane's The Disciple, and why it's a film 'grounded in humanity'
Alfonso Cuaron said The Disciple foregrounds acceptance and life after one stops following expectations
'Long-term goal is to set more stories in India': Anand Gandhi opens up on Hotstar series OK Computer
Before the release of Ok Computer, Gandhi sat down for a short conversation to reflect on the decade gone by, the present circumstances, and what the near-future might hold for us.
The Disciple, executive-produced by Alfonso Cuaron, made its European premiere at the 77th Venice Film Festival where it won the best screenplay award
In the first episode of IndianOil Now Hear Us, Mumbai-based Hindustani vocalist Aditya Modak performs three ragas.
"I am happy cinemas are opening and I hope people will go watch Sir, while being careful too," says Vivek Gomber about his new film's release.
The Disciple seems to take its elitist viewpoint from a ‘Brahminical’ position that does not envisage the necessity of a ‘public’ for any kind of artistic practice.
The Disciple premiered at the Venice Film Festival, where it won the FIPRESCI award, and later went to Toronto Film Festival and bagged the Amplify Voices Award.
TIFF 2020: The Disciple shares Amplify Voices Award with Night of the Kings; Nomadland bags People's Choice prize
The first runner-up for the TIFF People's Choice Award was Oscar-winning actor Regina King's directorial debut, One Night in Miami, also one of the best-regarded films in the festival programme.
Alfonso Cuaron says he backed The Disciple to give a chance to young filmmakers with distinct voices
Alfonso Cuaraon said he was "blessed" to follow Chaitanya Tamhane's process in the making of The Disciple.
Emraan Hashmi's Harami, Ananth Mahadevan’s Bittersweet among Indian titles to screen at Busan Film Festival 2020
Emraan Hashmi-starrer Harami is billed as a ‘hard-hitting, street saga of youth crime played out against the vibrant backdrop of chaotic and relentless Mumbai.’
Anurag Kashyap, Richa Chadha, Swara Bhaskar celebrate The Disciple's win at Venice Film Festival 2020
The Disciple is the first Indian film to play at Venice Film Festival since Mira Nair's Monsoon Wedding
Venice Film Festival 2020: Chloe Zhao’s Nomadland, Chaitanya Tamhane's The Disciple win top honours; see full winners list
Chloe Zhao’s Nomadland, a recession-era road trip drama starring Frances McDormand, won the Golden Lion for best film at the 2020 Venice Film Festival
The award, presented by The International Federation of Film Critics, aims to promote and develop film culture as well as safeguard professional interests.