A Quest for Self in David Mamet’s A Life in the Theatre.
Sanchita Das The American Theatre in early 1970s seemed to be in one of its periodic crises. The promise ofRead more.
New Wave Cinema / Parallel Cinema– 1969-1990
Rafique Baghdadi The Indian New Wave, commonly known in India as ‘Art Cinema’ or ‘Parallel Cinema’ as an alternative toRead more.
A Paradigm of Change and Continuity: The Women Protagonists Portrayed in the Award Winning Contemporary Assamese Films
Pranjal Borah “ Representation sets in play certain relations of power through which, among other things, discourses around sexual differenceRead more.
The Cinematic History of the 70s : Possibility of An Aesthetic Reading
Parichay Patra “The June 1975 declaration by Indira Gandhi’s government of a ‘grave emergency the security of India…threatened by externalRead 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.
The Role of the Critic in Postcolonial Cinema
John W. Hood Critics of the arts have existed for millennia, the more eminent ones having been writing since atRead more.
Taken 1 and 2: A Dissenting Opinion
Gëzim Alpion and Stephen Schwartz In a rare moment of tranquillity, at the start of Taken 2 (2012), ‘Bryan Mills’,Read 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.
Nigel Akkara : A Journey From Underworld to Celluloid
Tumpa Mukherjee In every child who is born, under no matter what circumstances, and of no matter what parents, theRead more.