Adil Hussain on the response to Delhi Crime, power of streaming, and why he isn't a reactionary anymore
Adil Hussain says there is a new-found respect for independent art as we are grooming and educating a different set of audience with streaming platforms.
International Film Festival Rotterdam: Indian filmmakers explore new perspectives with eclectic mix of films
Indian filmmakers managed to find a home for themselves within the Rotterdam Film Festival's expansive framework and vision, setting the pace for the year
Firstpost Editor's Picks: Priyanka Gandhi enters politics, India's spin twins deliver, budget expectations; today's must-read stories
The timing of Priyanka Gandhi's political entry is significant. Unlike Rajiv or Sonia who had to step in after a family tragedy — for Rahul and Priyanka it was a time of their own or the family's choice.
Here is all you need to know about Sundance 2019, America's largest independent film festival.
The Aabobo Film Festival that is being held at the Museum of Goa will conclude with a screening of Makhija's works on 2 December
Sean Baker speaks about why he makes socially conscious films, and how he is not bothered by a lack of Oscar nominations
Madeline’s Madeline review: Debutante Helena Howard delivers Oscar-worthy performance in this indie gem
Madeline's Madeline is one of the most imaginative indie films in recent years but it will particularly be remembered for Helena Howard’s breakthrough performance
Radhika Apte on indie cinema: Unless you have commercial viability, smaller films won't get greenlit
Despite being lauded for producing consistently fine performances, Radhika Apte believes she has not been offered any role that is "drastically different."
After debuting to mixed reviews at the Sundance Film Festival, Quentin Tarantino's first film, Reservoir Dogs, released on October 23, 1992. 25 years since its release, the film is widely regarded as a touchstone in indie cinema.
At the inauguration of the 10th edition of the IDSFFK, Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said, “We are committed to protect the secular and democratic ethos of India."
There was not a single revolutionary idea yet even the edited version of the film submitted to the censor board didn't get an ok.
Anand Gandhi's defensive reactions to supposed accusations of 'plagiarism' shows how Bollywood scrambles the brains of the best and the brightest
While all the films didn’t work for me, it’s nice to see people actually trying to make films that are different, to see actors who can act and don’t tom-tom the fact that they didn’t wear makeup.