Roam Rome Mein is a psychological drama and is touted as a feminist film with a male protagonist.
Who is a parent? Is parenthood defined by nature or nurture? Like Father, Like Son asks these questions and more
Roam Rome Mein: Tannishtha Chatterjee's directorial debut to premiere at Busan International Film Festival
Roam Rome Mein is a psychological drama. It is a feminist film with a male protagonist
The Classics section at the 2019 Venice Film Festival presented three movies by Luis Buñuel, Dennis Hopper and Jacques Tourneur
The Painted Bird, which screened at the Venice Film Festival, is inspired from a 1965 novel by Jerzy Kosinski
Pedro Almodovar was nominated for Venice Film Festival's top Golden Lion prize in 1988 for Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, a movie that brought him international recognition.
Zurich Film Festival 2019: Oliver Stone to head film festival jury, comprising Ciro Guerra, Laura Bispuri
The Zurich Film Festival runs through September 26 to 6 October
Venice Film Festival 2019: The reverse chronology in Gaspar Noé’s Irreversible, which gets an Out of Competition screening
Gasper Noe's French experimental thriller Irreversible, which will be screened at the Venice Film Festival this year, forces us to think about the sexual violence involved.
Revisiting Bernardo Bertolucci’s The Spider’s Stratagem, which will be screened as part of Venice Classics
In 1970, Bernardo Bertolucci adapted this Jorge Luis Borges' Theme of the Traitor and the Hero into one of his most memorable films, The Spider’s Stratagem.
Venice 2019: Greater transparency in selection process may help address gender parity at film festivals
Before we complain about gender disparity, it is important to know how many female filmmakers submitted their films, versus the number that finally made it to the final list.
Salaam Cinema looks at cinema through people least likely to find themselves on the big screen, but have, in one way or another, moulded themselves through what they have seen on it – like we all have.
Visconti’s first few films followed the tenets of neorealism, but Senso is a fascinating departure.
The goal of a mainstream filmmaker is to rivet you. Someone like Carlos Reygadas wants to free you.
Kanarie is about how your people, your surroundings, or even your books shape you.
As northeastern cinema gains visibility at international film festivals, a look at what's driving the change
A crop of young northeastern filmmakers and actors have moved back home; their creative vision has begun to find takers at international film festivals.
Adil Hussain on the response to Delhi Crime, power of streaming, and why he isn't a reactionary anymore
Adil Hussain says there is a new-found respect for independent art as we are grooming and educating a different set of audience with streaming platforms.
Even if one forgets The Wild Goose Lake’s premise long after the movie is over, its inventive imagery will stay with you for longer.
In the Cannes 2019 competition selection, Mati Diop became the first black woman to be nominated for her richly imagined and metaphorically told, Atlantique
Cannes Film Festival: Classics line-up includes a tribute to Lina Wertmüller’s Oscar-nominated Seven Beauties
The Classics line-up also has films by Vittorio De Sica, Milos Forman, Jean Renoir, John Huston, Andrzej Wajda and Tao Jin, along with Mario Sesti’s documentary, Cinecittà – I mestieri del cinema Bernardo Bertolucci
Touki Bouki, hailed by Scorsese and appropriated by Beyoncé, is a highlight among African films at Cannes
Touki Bouki (The Journey of the Hyena), directed by Djibril Diop Mambéty, was shown at the 1973 Cannes Film Festival, where it won the International Federation of Film Critics Prize.