An Interview with Adoor Gopalkrishnan
He is a filmmaker’s filmmaker, having so far crafted nine gems untainted by compromise. Swayamvaram (1972) made a sound beginning.Read more.
Impact of Radical Movements on Indian Cinema
Premendra Mazumder Being intimately associated with the film society movement and human rights activities simultaneously since mid-seventies I have gotRead more.
Springs of Silence: Silence as a narrative and text in Rituparno Ghosh’s films
Sony Jalaranjan Raj Abstract Rituparno Ghosh was one of the rare film makers in India who recognized the power ofRead more.
Taxi Driver & Raman Raghav 2.0: At the End of Morals & Moralities
Arup Ratan Samajdar (i) “I’m God’s lonely man” Travis Bickle (Robert De Niro) in Taxi Driver (Martin Scorsese, 1976) “I amRead more.
Visiting Festival de Cannes, 2012
Ahmed Muztaba Zamal Yet once again I set my journey to the Cannes Film Festival for the fifth time. ItRead more.
A 1000 Times Good Nights: At least a 100 nights to ponder
Mainak Banerjee In his first English film, the Norwegian director, Eric Poppe has focused on vulnerability of relationship inRead more.
Malayalam Cinema Takes New Path
M. C. Rajanarayanan The advent of new generation cinema has resulted in the shifting of focus from the star toRead more.
Identity of Women in Contemporary Indian Popular Cinema
Oorvazi Irani The Coexistence of the Indian Nari, Item Number, and Individualism Society influences cinema and cinema in turn influencesRead more.
A Regional Perspective: Politics of Cinema and Images of Water
Manoj Barpujari The ultimate glory of cinema as an art form lies on the interior meaning of any object presentRead more.
Taste of Non-Taste: Why Bollywood is so hard to understand in West
Anna Pesonen The writer is a Finnish culture producer and a journalist who studies in “MA in Film Studies” –programRead more.