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Revisiting Buffy the Vampire Slayer: 23 years after its debut, there's nothing like Joss Whedon's pioneering TV series
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Revisiting Buffy the Vampire Slayer: 23 years after its debut, there's nothing like Joss Whedon's pioneering TV series

From our #RewindToUnwind series, an ode to Buffy the Vampire Slayer: a look at what made it special when it released in 1997, and why it remains relevant, nearly two-and-a-half decades later.

10 years of Udaan: Looking back at Vikramaditya Motwane's breakthrough film that dared to dream big
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10 years of Udaan: Looking back at Vikramaditya Motwane's breakthrough film that dared to dream big

While Udaan released in theatres in India on 16 July 2010, it was in May of that year that the movie premiered in the Un Certain Regard section of the Cannes Film Festival.

Amid Bollywood's silence on CAA protests, Shabana Azmi's 1989 video criticising govt for Safdar Hashmi's death emerges
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Amid Bollywood's silence on CAA protests, Shabana Azmi's 1989 video criticising govt for Safdar Hashmi's death emerges

A video from 1989 has surfaced on Twitter, which sees Shabana Azmi take the stage to criticise the Congress-led government over the death of Safdar Hashmi.

Suspiria: Luca Guadagnino's interpretation of Dario Argento’s cult classic shows how to ‘improvise freely’ with remakes
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Suspiria: Luca Guadagnino's interpretation of Dario Argento’s cult classic shows how to ‘improvise freely’ with remakes

Luca Guadagnino's Suspiria, starring Dakota Johnson and Tilda Swinton, is a fresh interpretation — rather than a traditional retelling — of Dario Argento's cult horror classic.

Before Tumbbad, Soni, a look at other Indian films that premiered at Venice Film Festival — from Aparajito to Court
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Before Tumbbad, Soni, a look at other Indian films that premiered at Venice Film Festival — from Aparajito to Court

The Venice International Film Festival 2018 is scheduled to be held from 29 August to 8 September.

Ahead of Fanney Khan, a throwback to films on fathers and daughters, from The Descendants to Piku
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Ahead of Fanney Khan, a throwback to films on fathers and daughters, from The Descendants to Piku

Fanney Khan traces the narrative of a father who goes to bizarre lengths to fulfill his teenage daughter's aspiration of becoming an established singer.

Before Karwaan's Dulquer Salmaan, a look at how South actors have fared in Bollywood, from Kamal Haasan to Dhanush
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Before Karwaan's Dulquer Salmaan, a look at how South actors have fared in Bollywood, from Kamal Haasan to Dhanush

Most South actors prefer to remake their hit films to make their Bollywood debut, rather than opt for fresh scripts.

Clint Eastwood turns 88: Oscar-winning director's diverse body of work is a testament to his versatitlity
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Clint Eastwood turns 88: Oscar-winning director's diverse body of work is a testament to his versatitlity

In the last 50 years, Clint Eastwood has averaged at least one film a year whether it’s acting or directing.

Ten years of Race: Third installment celebrates everything the original film had — with the bonus of Salman Khan
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Ten years of Race: Third installment celebrates everything the original film had — with the bonus of Salman Khan

The original Race was released a decade ago in 2008. With Race 3, as the film ages the stakes only get bigger. Salman Khan joining the project can only be a good thing.

A look at the decade’s most Oscar-worthy horror films (apart from Get Out) — from The Babadook to Raw
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A look at the decade’s most Oscar-worthy horror films (apart from Get Out) — from The Babadook to Raw

Here’s a look at some of the best horror films from the last decade that illustrate the genre’s potential.

From Leon to Annihilation: How Natalie Portman went from child prodigy to Oscar-winning actor
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From Leon to Annihilation: How Natalie Portman went from child prodigy to Oscar-winning actor

Before she became an Oscar-winning actor and an A-list star, Natalie Portman made her debut at the age of 13 in Luc Besson's Léon: The Professional.

Tholi Prema: Pawan Kalyan-Keerthi Reddy’s romantic classic continues to inspire filmmakers even after 20 years
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Tholi Prema: Pawan Kalyan-Keerthi Reddy’s romantic classic continues to inspire filmmakers even after 20 years

Even after two decades, Tholi Prema has prevailed as a reference point for romance in Telugu Cinema.

Edward Scissorhands: How Tim Burton's cult classic led to an enduring collaboration with Johnny Depp
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Edward Scissorhands: How Tim Burton's cult classic led to an enduring collaboration with Johnny Depp

Edward Scissorhands marked the beginning of one of cinema's most creative and prolific collaborative partnerships as Burton and Depp made the morbid look oddly beautiful and the oddball tragically comic.

Fukrey Returns: From Vicky Donor to Aisha, here are films that depict Delhi without playing to stereotypes
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Fukrey Returns: From Vicky Donor to Aisha, here are films that depict Delhi without playing to stereotypes

With the impending release of Fukrey Returns, here is a look at some films which depicted Delhi the way it is without playing to stereotypes

Casablanca turns 75: Humphrey Bogart-Ingrid Bergman saga of doomed love endures, as time goes by
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Casablanca turns 75: Humphrey Bogart-Ingrid Bergman saga of doomed love endures, as time goes by

75 years later, Casablanca — a timeless film — continues to resonate with generation after generation.

Sonakshi Sinha, Sidharth Malhotra's upcoming Ittefaq is based on Yash Chopra's classic whodunit
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Sonakshi Sinha, Sidharth Malhotra's upcoming Ittefaq is based on Yash Chopra's classic whodunit

It was also a film that defied most of the established norms of filmmaking in Bollywood in the late 60s. Now Shah Rukh Khan and Karan Johar have taken a liking to the 1969 cult thriller, Ittefaq.

Jallianwala Bagh massacre: 98 years later, a look at films, books, music that documented it
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Jallianwala Bagh massacre: 98 years later, a look at films, books, music that documented it

3 April 1919, marked the day of one of the worst political acts of violence we have ever seen — the Jallianwala Bagh massacre

Snow White to Jasmine, a feminist ranking of best Disney princesses: Throwback Thursday
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Snow White to Jasmine, a feminist ranking of best Disney princesses: Throwback Thursday

With Beauty and The Beast releasing tomorrow, here's looking at the best Disney movies - from the least to most feminist portrayal of their princesses.

Remembering Jayalalithaa with films and TV series where women take the lead: Throwback Thursday
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Remembering Jayalalithaa with films and TV series where women take the lead: Throwback Thursday

To remember Jayalalithaa, we look at a few more films and TV series that portray women in power — characters that Tamil Nadu's 'Iron Lady' would have approved of, we're sure