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Ms. Representation: The Assistant

This weekly column is a rumination on how women are portrayed in cinema and this week it is about Amy Jackson and the trope of personal assistants in cinema

04 Dec 2018

Location Diaries: A breathtaking shoot

This weekly column details the fascinating encounters that often take place on the sets of a film and this week it is Idhaya Raja Ispade Rani

03 Dec 2018

Direction Dreams: Even foreign technicians are in awe of Shankar’s vision

This weekly column brings to you a promising assistant director, and their aspirations and this week it is Arulsakthi Murugan, assistant of Shankar 

30 Nov 2018

Bi-Weekly Binge: Iram Haq’s What Will People Say takes on a familiar fear

A fortnightly column on what’s good - old and new - in the vast ocean of content in the streaming platforms around you

28 Nov 2018

Ms Representation: Surviving desire

This weekly column is a rumination on how women are portrayed in cinema and this week the author talks about Badhaai Ho

27 Nov 2018

Location Diaries: A lesson learned

This weekly column details the fascinating encounters that often take place on the sets of a film, and this week it is Seethakathi

26 Nov 2018

Thamizh Talkies: When films live and die at the hand of Twitter

The writer is a former journalist who has worked in the film industry for several years and is passionate about movies, music and everything related to entertainment

25 Nov 2018

Sense of a scene: A lingering end 

In this week's column, Paruthiveeran-director Ameer elaborates on the hard-hitting climax of the film

21 Nov 2018

Ms Representation: Was Yes Boss a #Metoo movie?

This weekly column is a rumination on how women are portrayed in cinema and this week the author talks about the 1997 Bollywood film, Yes Boss

20 Nov 2018

Poll

Do the audience need to know box office numbers?

Result
Yes, it's a measure of success
No, it's not the audience's concern