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Aditya Shrikrishna

New York Film Festival: Cinema as introspection

The writer gives us a glimpse of the ongoing 58th New York Film Festival

23 Sep 2020

Biweekly Binge:Matthias & Maxime - Tender is the Night

A fortnightly column on what’s good in the vast ocean of content in the streaming platforms around you, and this week, it's Matthias & Maxime

09 Sep 2020

Biweekly Binge: The Halal Witch Project

A fortnightly column on what’s good in the vast ocean of content in the streaming platforms around you, and this week, it's Churails

26 Aug 2020

Biweekly Binge- Just Mercy: Death row and unmerited grace

A fortnightly column on what’s good in the vast ocean of content in the streaming platforms around you, and this week, it's Just Mercy

12 Aug 2020

Biweekly Binge: Multiple frames a painting

A fortnightly column on what’s good in the vast ocean of content in the streaming platforms around you, and this week, it's Nainsukh (streaming on MUBI)

29 Jul 2020

Biweekly Binge: Andy Murray: Resurfacing - The lasting battle

A fortnightly column on what’s good in the vast ocean of content in the streaming platforms around you, and this week, it's Andy Murray: Resurfacing streaming on Amazon Prime Video

15 Jul 2020

Biweekly Binge: Just Don't Think I'll Scream - A scream for consciousness

A fortnightly column on what’s good in the vast ocean of content in the streaming platforms around you, and this week, it's Just Don't Think I'll Scream, streaming on MUBI

01 Jul 2020

Biweekly Binge: Da 5 Bloods - Spike Lee and the labour theory of value

A fortnightly column on what’s good in the vast ocean of content in the streaming platforms around you, and this week, it's Da 5 Bloods, streaming on Netflix

17 Jun 2020

Biweekly Binge: Beanpole - An anti-baby boomer film

A fortnightly column on what’s good in the vast ocean of content in the streaming platforms around you, and this week, it's Beanpole, streaming on Mubi

03 Jun 2020

Biweekly Binge: The psychosomatic allure of Ema

A fortnightly column on what’s good in the vast ocean of content in the streaming platforms around you, and this week, it's Ema, streaming on MUBI

06 May 2020

Biweekly Binge: Alice Fraser’s Savage - The importance of being sad

A fortnightly column on what’s good in the vast ocean of content in the streaming platforms around you, and this week, it's Alice Fraser's Savage, streaming on Amazon Prime 

22 Apr 2020

Biweekly Binge: Kingdom: Disease in the time of feudalism

A fortnightly column on what’s good in the vast ocean of content in the streaming platforms around you, and this week, it's Kingdom, streaming on Netflix

08 Apr 2020

Biweekly Binge: Bacurau- An intoxicating force of resistance

What something like Bacurau reminds you of is its close resemblance to Indian subcultures, both as a society and structural heterogeneity with its own hierarchy

25 Mar 2020

Biweekly Binge: Talking About Trees - Truth and Cinema

A fortnightly column on what’s good in the vast ocean of content in the streaming platforms around you, and this week, it's Talking About Trees, streaming on MUBI

11 Mar 2020

Biweekly Binge: From Funny People to Uncut Gems

A fortnightly column on what’s good in the vast ocean of content in the streaming platforms around you, and this week, it's Uncut Gems, streaming on Netflix

12 Feb 2020

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Once theatres reopen, how soon will you get to the theatres?

Result
Duh! I am already at the theatre
Two weeks. Corona and cinemas need quarantine
Month - Better safe than sorry
Two months - Precaution never infected anyone
What theatres? I am OTT label