How Eeb Allay Ooo! and The Great Indian Kitchen use dance to vet the limits of freedom in gendered and class-coloured spaces
Dance often becomes a way of meaning-making within films whose ramifications remain relatively under-explored and under-developed.
Jeo Baby Director’s Cut: On The Great Indian Kitchen, piracy, censorship, Sabarimala and a fear of right-wingers among TV channels
38-year-old writer-director Jeo Baby speaks of the self-awareness that The Great Indian Kitchen brought him. Excerpts from the English translation of a conversation conducted largely in Malayalam.
Kilometers and Kilometers movie review: Tovino Thomas’ darlingness shields The Great Indian Kitchen’s director on a half-day
Not every film can be as cerebral as Jeo Baby’s most celebrated work, but Kilometers and Kilometers does not even try much.
The Great Indian Kitchen director Jeo Baby discusses developing a story around everyday struggles of women
Jeo Baby talks about gender inequality in the kitchen, and how his own experiences moulded the story of The Great Indian Kitchen.
The Great Indian Kitchen movie review: Startling, scathing, stunning take-down of patriarchy and its eternal sidekick, religion
I went into The Great Indian Kitchen expecting a pleasurable food flick, and sat in its thrall for 1 hour 40 minutes watching an unparalleled gem.