Sudhanshu Saria on themes of his short film Knock Knock Knock, and how the setting of Darjeeling aids the narrative
Sudhanshu Saria's new short Knock Knock Knock, currently streaming on MUBI INDIA, has already become a festival favourite after the world premiere at Busan Film Festival last year.
Flow, a short film by Archit Kumar that was conceptualised and shot entirely during the lockdown, promotes self-love and special attention to mental health during the pandemic.
In Rasika Dugal, Mukul Chadda's Banana Bread, how a real-life couple became co-creators of a social distancing satire
Rasika Dugal and Mukul Chadda, a real-life couple, play neighbours whose wavelengths do not match until they crave for each other's company during lockdown.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Akshay Kumar spreads awareness on resuming work post lockdown in R Balki's short film
In an attempt to raise awareness about how to return to work during the coronavirus crisis, actor Akshay Kumar has released his new short film based on 'self-reliant' or 'atmanirbhar' India.
Natkhat movie review: Vidya Balan silently but effectively battles patriarchy in her debut short film
With a fine blend of soaring imagination and hard-hitting realities, Natkhat hits the sweet spot between hope and awareness.
Everything Is Fine movie review: Seema Pahwa beautifully details the tribulations of every mom-next-door
Seema Pahwa lives the whole life of an everywoman in less than 20 minutes. She is both swift and effective in putting both the message and the emotion across.
Family, the 'made at home' short film, is not only a social distancing PSA, but also a lesson in 'stay at home' filmmaking
Family, the made-at-home short film, draws from a time-tested fundamental technique: Actors or performers who are collectively part of a scene do not physically need to be present in the actual filmed space.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Amitabh Bachchan, Rajinikanth, Mohanlal, Mammootty unite for short film on social distancing
Family talks about the importance of staying at home, maintaining hygiene and social distancing in the times of the coronavirus pandemic
Devi review: Kajol leads a diverse ensemble in a short film that skillfully makes room for endless empathy
Devi is a deeply empathetic portrayal of the plight of women from all classes in India, and also a beckoning to make sisterhood more inclusive.
Neena Gupta discusses how she struggles to be politically correct because Bollywood does not always reward honesty, and her take on the Saand Ki Aankh ageism controversy.
Bombay Talkies, Lust Stories, Ghost Stories: Ranking all 12 short films by Dibakar Banerjee, Zoya Akhtar, Karan Johar, Anurag Kashyap
The four filmmakers are a part of a franchise of anthologies with a common theme, that started with Bombay Talkies and has now reached Ghost Stories.
Binnu Ka Sapna review: Kanu Behl's wickedly intelligent short film is rooted in endless empathy for the ordinary
Binnu Ka Sapna goes above and beyond being a mere depiction of the violent underpinnings of families, societies, nations and civilisations at large.
Directed by Theodore Gimeno, Suhana Khan's The Grey Part of Blue was shared on YouTube
"If you are good and believe in yourself, I think nothing is impossible. Don't give into people who use this as a bait," says Vidya Balan.
Vidya Balan on Mission Mangal: The myth that scientists are geeks was busted in my head with this film
Vidya Balan talks about reuniting with Akshay Kumar for Mission Mangal, returning to woman-led films in the future, and playing Indira Gandhi in a web show.
Long Distance: Anoop Lokkur's short lesbian film explores a familiar reality for unmarried Indian women
Long Distance was one of the shorts, and one of over 240 films, screened at the recently concluded Outfest Los Angeles.
Kadwi Hawa director Nila Madhab Panda among 11 chosen directors for UN's anthology on climate change
Nila Madhab Panda's film will be a courtroom drama based in Delhi in which Divya Dutta will portray the role of a judge.
Meal: Abhiroop Basu on latest short starring Adil Hussain, and taking it to film festivals around the world
Abhiroop Basu’s Meal, starring Adil Hussain, won the Best Short Film award at the Ottawa Indian Film Festival Awards.
Suno acknowledges the complex emotional warp and weft of human relationships.
Konkona Sensharma, Tanuja Chandra, Gazal Dhaliwal on their short A Monsoon Date, and telling more LGBTQ stories
Konkona Sensharma, director Tanuja Chandra and writer Gazal Dhaliwal talk about how they have used rain unconventionally in their new Eros Now short film.