Your ears probe the ebb and flow of the background score, your eyes ferret out sources of discord. And it’s yours. A personal act. What you watch is what …
Of Maa and Her Movies
'It is about the sophistication she tries to buy, with her wardrobe full of muted, monochrome tussar sarees and the mid-length blouse pieces to wear on the body she …
What Does the Future Hold for Afghan Cinema?
Three award-winning female directors appeal to the international film industry to save Afghan cinema. Supporting women filmmakers is more important than ever.
In 2020, TV and Film Still Couldn’t Get Abortion Right
Hollywood continues to dramatically exaggerate the medical risks associated with abortion while downplaying barriers to access.
‘Ashanti’: An 11-Minute Fantasy Experimental Short
Priyanka Sarkar's film tackles mental health issues, aspirations and rebellion.
The Lost Art of Revisiting Cinema
It's important for you to return to what once touched you and changed you at some point in life.
There’s Been a Coup in the House of Literature
Can a video really compare to the depth of the written word?
A Case for Watching Old Movies
I know there's plenty to hate about old movies, but if you'll allow me, I'd like to use 'The Apartment' to show you what you're missing out on.
On Growing to Love Ranveer Singh for his Swagger – And Emotionality
Over the years Ranveer Singh has displayed the rare talent of being able to become whatever his director requires of him.
‘Powder’ Goes Well Beyond Tired, Old ‘Bad Muslim’ Tropes
Eight years after it first released, 'Powder' is still that rare pop culture find – one in which Muslims characters are deeper than just their religious identity.