Film Festivals

Ariyippu Movie Review: A Psychological Portraiture That Lacks In Its Emotional Beats

The film does a remarkable job in handling potentially sensational material, which is crucial for a work expressly about consent.

Filmmaker Arati Kadav’s Grounded Visions Of Space

The writer-director's latest indie sci-fi film, The Astronaut and his Parrot, is now playing at the Fantasia Film Festival

How Filmmaker Rishi Chandna Uses Mumbai’s Poster Culture To Reveal Unexpected Things

The director of Tungrus fame is back with his second documentary short, Party Poster, which will soon play at the…

Cannes 2022: Pakistani Director Saim Sadiq On Showing Joyland To Local Audiences

Sadiq’s Joyland has won the Un Certain Regard Jury Prize at the Cannes Film Festival

Cannes 2022: Shaunak Sen On All That Breathes And His Creative Process

"Your own life becomes fodder for the film that you’re making," says the filmmaker

Cannes 2022: Deepika Padukone On Authenticity And What Indian Films Are Doing Right

"A lot of our movies deserve to be here," says the actress

Cannes 2022: Pa Ranjith And Aditi Anand On Vettuvam, Birsa Munda And Juggling Several Projects At Once

'I just want to tell the story of my Dalit life, but don't want to limit it to that,' says…

Cannes 2022 Screening Notes: Joyland Is A Poignant Portrait Of A Splintered Family

It is the first Pakistani feature film to make the official selection at Cannes

Cannes 2022: Madhavan On The ‘Life-Transforming’ Power Of Rocketry: The Nambi Effect

'My big challenge as a writer was: How do you explain rocket science?,' says the actor

Cannes 2022 Screening Notes: Thamp Creates Unique Poetry

The film explores the singular ache of being rootless