CINEMA

Bala: A Film about Being Bald and Beautiful

Over the recent years we have seen how a host of films have been made about issues that...

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Saand Ki Aankh: A Film Questioning Gender Inequity and Women’s Oppression

‘Saand Ki Aankh’ is primarily a film that traces the journeys of two Jat women in...

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‘A Dog and His Man’: When Chattisgarh’s Villages Disappeared Due to Coal Mining

Siddharth Tripathy’s film ‘A Dog And His Man’ is much more than a film made in the...

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Cinema/The Joker’s origin story comes at a perfect moment: clowns define our times

Ari Mattes, Lecturer in Media Studies, University of Notre Dame Australia. The...

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Kaya: Assam’s First-ever Web Series on YouTube

The web series genre, though still at its nascent stage, is creating a space for young,...

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A new Australian film set in an immigration detention centre is a jarring mix of violence, satire and humanism

Alicia Byrnes, PhD Candidate and Sessional Tutor, Screen and Cultural Studies, University...

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Sujoy Ghosh’s Netflix Series ‘Typewriter’ Fails to Impress

Netflix has come up with its latest original series and this time we are talking about ...

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Seeing Through Super 30: Sanctifying the IIT Dream

As our mental landscape has already been colonized by the instantanity of You Tube and...

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Jesse Alk’s Film ‘Pariah Dog’ Gives New Meaning to Love and Longing

In cities all across the length and breadth of India we find packs of stray dogs who walk...

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Article 15: Ayushmann Khuranna’s Compelling Film on Caste despite Constitution

Article 15 is a film that has recently released in Indian theatres. The film has been...

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