Pawel Pawlikowski’s Ida and its non-dramatic drama: What it means for a film style to be 'transcendental'
What is “transcendental” style of cinema? It’s one of the precursors of what we call “slow cinema” today.
Anshula Kant will be responsible for financial and risk management of the World Bank Group, reporting to the President
Without fiscal discipline, the accumulation of public debt can ultimately have a snowball effect on the economy.
Kim announced that, immediately after his departure, he will join a firm and focus on increasing infrastructure investments in developing countries.
Delhi Metro services may get severely hit as DMRC's non-executive staff threatens strike from 30 June
Delhi Metro services might be severely affected from 30 June as the non-executive staff of the transporter have threatened to go on a strike.
India is the largest recipient of loans from the World Bank, amounting to $102.1 billion, between 1945 and 2015 (as on July 21, 2015), according to the Bank’s lending report.
The tautly made "Ida," is a period film that plunges into a dark chapter of Polish history of German occupation during World War II via a young nun who discovers her family's secrets from the era