Mohini Chaudhuri

Mohini has been a print journalist in Mumbai for 9 years and has written on art and culture for publications like The Times of India, The Hindu BusinessLine, Forbes India and Open magazine. Watching movies and writing about them makes her happy. Fortunately for her, she gets paid to do both those things at Film Companion.

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The Delhi boy’s film Machines which is based on a textile factory in Gujarat will be in competition at the ‘world cinema documentary’ section this week


The Indian-American talks about dancing atop cars on a hot sunny day in LA for Damien Chazelle’s Golden Globes winner


The writer-director of mysteries like Kahaani and Ahalya tells us about the art of creating mystery and intrigue on paper


The CEO of Disney India who will soon launch his own production company has green lighted several unconventional scripts like Barfi!, Dev D and Paan Singh Tomar. Here he tells you about what writers and directors must keep in mind before meeting with a studio


Amidst fresh talent about to embark on their filmmaking journey at the NFDC Film Bazaar in Goa, Imtiaz Ali looks back at his early days in the film industry


There are business meetings, pitching sessions and script narrations unfolding at every nook and cranny of a Goa resort. It’s that time of the year where filmmakers turn into part-time hustlers


FC kicks off a new series, which shines the light on some unsung but noteworthy male and female actors in Hindi movies. Kumud Mishra, who has had small parts in five major movies this year, says that no matter the size of the role, he approaches it with honesty


An eccentric who often loses track of time, the prolific composer is infamous for tinkering away at his music till filmmakers "snatch" the song away from him