Wayne D’Mello

After winning the Best Young Critic award at the 17th Mumbai Film Festival, Wayne joined Film Companion as the youngest member. He writes, researches, entertains and pesters fellow employees with nagging questions. The only thing Wayne talks about more than his love for Linklater, Scorsese and The Beatles is why veganism is the need of the hour.

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The writer-director of G Kutta Se tells us about his film on honour killings that has prompted death threats against the cast and crew


Aspirants at the comedy collective’s one-day boot camp came from far and wide with a burning desire to make it as film writers


The Humaramovie short film anthology will debut seven new filmmakers who have been closely mentored by the best in the industry


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Lipstick Under My Burkha, created by Alankrita Shrivastava, looks at the constricted life led by four Indian women


Remembering Kurdi by Saumyananda Sahi explores the idea of belonging in an increasingly urbanised society


Colours Of Innocence (Sahaj Paather Gappo) is a lyrical tale of childhood and rural existence


Lady of the Lake, by Haobam Paban Kumar, delves into the conflicts that fuel political tension in the state