On the occasion of International Women’s Day, Film Companion in partnership with Ormax Media released ‘O Womaniya!’, a report on women in film, that looked at 129 films across 35 languages over 2019, and 2020.
A regular film tells us a story that has been recorded on a camera, and then edited in a way that (usually) gives the audience knowledge that the characters themselves may not have. Here, we travel only with the camera.
In a conversation with Anupama Chopra and Baradwaj Rangan, Fahadh Faasil speaks about his acting process, why he just wants to be as good as his co-actors and how a lot of people don’t notice a lot of the things he does.
You’ve heard of Premam, you’ve might have seen Bangalore Days and you’re nursing a crush on Dulquer Salmaan. How about a few more movies to transform this tiny crush into a full-fledged romance with recent Malayalam cinema?