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Cinematic Rejuvenation: Not 100 crores, not successful?

— By | Jul 18, 2016 03:50 pm FOLLOW US: Deepa Gahlot says that it is the interest of the industry to make space for new voices and new visions, to encourage the rebel and the out-of-the-box thinker. It could be the cycle of rejuvenation for the ... The Freepress Journal, 5 days ago

Merchants of hurt sentiments strike again. Now a controversy over Shorgul

The journey of a movie to the theatre in India is not easy. Even if one manages to find producers and distributors, any film project has to cross a river of fire, namely the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC). It is often referred to as the censor ...
 catchnews.com4 weeks ago
The Express Tribune

Pakistani students get a taste of Silicon Valley

More than 100 studen­ts from 14 countr­ies are attend­ing the eight week long academ­ic progra­mme PHOTO: HABIB UNIVERSITY For the first time ever, Pakistani students are attending the prestigious Stanford Summer International Honours ...
 The Express Tribune4 weeks ago

Split over Talaq

The question of triple talaq has once again brought to the fore debates around Muslim Personal Law in India. I met my husband through a matrimonial portal. Everything was good for two-three months. After three months, my in-laws started ...
 Tehelka1 month ago
Rediff.com

Thithi: What a win!

In his first full-length feature itself, Raam Reddy seems to have mastered something that’s most difficult to master in cinema: a way of suggesting a dreamlike clarity in a brazen setting, says Sreehari Nair. Thithi is, in the true sense of the term, a carnal comedy. It takes place in a land where incest is narrated like dew-drop poetry, where people unknowingly and unwittingly end up consuming the same animals they once petted and hugged, and where the half-finished sentences of ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
Sakaal Times

The foreign factor

Indian independent films are getting a lot of attention at the international level. Debarati Palit Singh explores the reasons and impact Adecade ago, for the West, Indian films were synonymous with elaborate sets, colourful costumes, and of course, ...
 Sakaal Times1 month ago
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