Nikhil Pherwani’s debut film dignifies an unacknowledged dream.
Author: Tanul Thakur
Review: Salman Khan Repeats the Same Old Tired Tricks in ‘Radhe’
The escalating levels of regression and laziness reveal a stark contempt for the audience.
‘Milestone’ Review: A Bleak Drama on Living in a Cruel Zero-Sum World
Ivan Ayr’s second feature tells two interconnected stories: a man deserting the world, and the world deserting a man.
‘The Disciple’: A Meditative Enquiry Into the Hypocrisies of Tradition
Chaitanya Tamhane’s film is set in the world of classical music but is a metaphor for the Indian way.
Oscars 2021: An Important Year in the History of the Academy Awards
People of colour and women were much more visible in this year's nominations and awards.
‘I Am Greta’ Is More Than an Impassioned Rail. It’s the Death of Teenage Innocence.
Nathan Grossman’s documentary follows her relentless fight in minute detail and, in the process, tries to find the girl behind the activist.