The Square movie review: Starring Claes Bang, Elizabeth Moss, this satire combines comedy, discomfort
The Square, starring Claes Bang and Elizabeth Moss is a sum of its parts, rather than being a seamless whole. What makes it memorable are its characters, social commentary and milieu — upper class Sweden
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
Loving Vincent will release in less than 10 screens in India on 3 November. It was also screened at the Jio MAMI 19th Mumbai Film Festival in October.
Vaishali Sinha’s documentary takes you behind the scenes and right into the home of Dr Mahinder Watsa (93) who writes the Ask The Sexpert column
Thoughts on cinema, as the Jio MAMI 19th Mumbai Film Festival concludes
In A Fantastic Woman, Sebastián Lelio ably directs Daniela Vega, who plays a trans woman simultaneously dealing with her lover's death and discrimination.
In The Hungry, an Indian adaptation of Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus, Naseeruddin Shah and Tisca Chopra go head to head as the heads of industrialist families
The controversial S Durga is an exasperating watch, which goes both for and against the film
What does Omerta mean? ‘A code of honour that emphasises on silence’ said Hansal Mehta.
Shlok Sharma's film Zoo was screened at MAMI. In this conversation, he talks about collaborating with Anurag Kashyap and Vikramaditya Motwane, as well as directing two rappers from Dharavi
Jio MAMI 19th Mumbai Film Festival closing ceremony: Rima Das' Village Rockstars, Rahul Jain's Machines wins big
See the full winner's list at the closing ceremony of Jio MAMI 19th Mumbai Film Festival
Jio MAMI 19th Mumbai Film Festival ended with a screening of Hansal Mehta's Omerta starring Rajkummar Rao.
Jio MAMI 19th Mumbai Film Festival: Vaishali Sinha talks about her film on 'sexpert' Dr Mahinder Watsa
Vaishali Sinha, the director of Ask The Sexpert, credits Dr Mahinder Watsa's popularity and effectiveness to the fact that he listens without prejudice
DA Pennebaker captures iconic artists like Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, Otis Redding, and bands like The Who, Animals and others in his concert film Monterey Pop
With an interesting premise that is prolonged to uninteresting levels, Brigsby Bear is the very definition of a Saturday Night Live sketch stretched into a full length movie.
In Good Time, a heist film unlike anything you have seen before, Robert Pattinson plays a criminal who must get his mentally challenged brother back fro the police after their heist attempt goes awry
Jio MAMI 19th Mumbai Film Festival Day 6: Cate Blanchette is the best part about art installation-film Manifesto
For those viewers who are not looking for a plot-based experience, Manifesto gives Cate Blanchette in 13 roles, presenting perspectives on subjects ranging from pop art to Dadaism
On the last day of MAMI, you should watch Argentina's submission to the Oscars, and the closing film Omerta directed by Hansal Mehta and starring Rajkummar Rao
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
Jio MAMI 19th Mumbai Film Festival DAY 5: Decoding the complexities in Irrfan's The Song of Scorpions
Running to packed houses at MAMI 2017, Irrfan Khan starrer The Song of Scorpions takes you into the depths of a nicely-shot, brown, and raw Rajasthan.