Anand Patwardhan’s Reasons earns top honour at International Documentary Festival (IDFA) in Amsterdam
Anand Patwardhan’s Reasons won the IDFA Competition for Feature-Length Documentary edging out Bettina Perut and Iván Osnivikoff's Los Reyes.
For those who have watched Rima Das’ Village Rockstars (India’s entry to the Oscars this year), her new film, Bulbul Can Sing that premiered at TIFF 2018, will seem like both a departure from and a sequential successor to Dhunu's story
Mard Ko Dard Nahin Hota's Abhimanyu Dassani on being a star kid and how he prepared for his debut role
I want to make movies that are not just a one-time watch, but something that lives with you for years to come - Mard Ko Dard Nahin Hota star Abhimanyu Dassani
Green Book stars Mahershala Ali and Viggo Mortensen.
Toronto International Film Festival 2018: Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota wins People's Choice Midnight Madness Award
Vasan Bala's action thriller Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota won the top award at the 43rd Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) which concluded on 16 September.
Here's a round-up of all the big news from TIFF 2018
TIFF 2018 Day 6 round-up: Manmarziyaan, Boy Erased, Colette premiere; Werner Herzog bags 'big franchise film' role
TIFF 2018 day 6 saw the premiere of several films like Manmarziyan, Boy Erased, Colette and Green Book.
Manmarziyaan will release in cinemas on 14 September.
Widows has won strong reviews after its premiere at TIFF 2018 and is already creating Oscar buzz.
Anand Patwardhan's Reason explores how India slid away from secular democracy and towards divisions of power, caste, and religious belief.
TIFF 2018 Day 5 round-up: Robert Redford bids farewell with Old Man & the Gun; Bulbul Can Sing premieres
Rima Das said she was overwhelmed by response to her film, Bulbul Can Sing at TIFF 2018
Hotel Mumbai review round-up: A 'harrowing' recreation of 26/11 terror attacks told in 'nail-biting detail'
Hotel Mumbai, about the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks, received a standing ovation at its world premiere at TIFF 2018
Here's a round-up of everything that has been making news at TIFF 2018 over the last four days.
Bradley Cooper on A Star is Born: Turning whatever you've gone through into a story is very cathartic
Bradley Cooper had revealed that he struggled with drugs and alcohol in the past and this helped him better play his character in A Star is Born.
With Sundance too indie and untimely and Cannes too artsy and pompous, TIFF has emerged as a powerful launchpad for films hoping to compete at the Oscars.
Rima Das returns to TIFF after the globally acclaimed Village Rockstars, which premiered at the festival last year.