#MeToo on screen: How documentaries like Athlete A, Leaving Neverland have foregrounded survivors' narratives
The #MeToo and Time's Up movements sparked a paradigm shift, bringing some hope to the stories of survivors. In this two-part series, we look at documentary and fiction films which foregrounded the narratives of survivors while raising questions about the pervasive complicity machines that protected the Weinsteins of the world.
Kabza, Purabi Bose's documentary, depicts how forest land diversion for mining has impacted indigenous tribes
Kabza is a part of Purabi Bose's non-profit initiative, Landing Together, which is a unique approach of documenting the voices of thousands of unheard stories of indigenous and pastoralist communities.
Acclaimed wildlife documentary filmmaker Krishnendu Bose's latest docuseries Heroes of the Wild Frontiers pays tribute to India’s unsung heroes of the wild. The six-episode series has been shot in some of India’s most beautiful wildlife habitats.
Antoine Griezmann: The Making of a Legend review — Charts the topsy-turvy, dramatic life of a modern football star
Despite the initial reservations about a documentary focusing on a player who’s years away from retirement, especially one explicitly declaring him a legend in the title itself, Antoine Griezmann: The Making of a Legend turns out to be a rewarding, neatly structured watch.
Rahul Jain's debut Machines is a compelling, deceptively simple cinematic essay on the dehumanising effects of labour. In an interview with Trisha Gupta, Jain spoke about privilege and inequality, shielding ourselves from our environment, capitalism and the creative process | DIFF India | #FWeekend
Chavela, a warm documentary on Chavela Vargas, is a riveting portrait of the great Mexican singer that mixes her heart wrenching songs with some intimate interviews
In his documentary Machines, writer-director Rahul Jain juxtaposes the word of the worker with that of the mill owner
The documentary sheds light on the lives of stuntmen, the unsung heroes of filmmaking who make heroes look like demigods.
A Suitable Girl premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival on 22 April 2017 and won the Albert Maysles prize for Best Documentary Director.
Sanjay Kak talks about the thought process behind Witness: Kashmir 1986-2016/Nine Photographers.
With encryption arriving on smartphones and apps, shouldn't cameras come with strong encryption mechanisms as well?
Filmmaker Robert Drew, a pioneer of the modern documentary and spontaneous style known as cinema verite, has passed away at 90.