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Pakistan bans its Oscar contender; Filmmaking community reacts

“Why are films that are honest depictions of the devastation of patriarchy banned while films that perpetuate patriarchy celebrated? It is a devastating state of affairs."

Published on 13th November 2022

The Secret of the Greco Family Series Review: Truth is stranger than fiction, darker too

The dark miniseries sheds light on the sway one figure may have over others by sheer force of personality. When this figure is a family head, things get entangled in complication.

Published on 6th November 2022

The iconic imagery of Athena: In conversation with Matias Boucard

Cinematographer Matias Boucard discusses how he—and his team—achieved the breathtaking visuals of the latest Netflix sensation, Athena

Published on 10th October 2022

Rebel with a cause: Remembering Jean Luc-Godard

Godard's films could connect to viewers across all generations, particularly to those reeling from unshakeable angst

Published on 13th September 2022

The Festival of Troubadours Series Review: A complex, dysfunctional tale of father and son

An intense, character-driven narrative made whole by its endless pauses and musical footnotes

Published on 4th September 2022

Alicia von Rittberg: Becoming Elizabeth is a modern period piece

German actor Alicia von Rittberg talks about the process of stepping into the shoes of Elizabeth I for Becoming Elizabeth, set to premiere on Lionsgate Play this Friday

Published on 23rd August 2022

Iranian filmmaker Jafar Panahi ordered to serve 6-year prison sentence

The prison term was handed down in 2011 on charges of producing anti-government propaganda

Published on 19th July 2022

Films that Made Me - Franklin Jacob: Films should make you empathetic

A biweekly column exploring the films that inspired, influenced and shaped the cinematic sensibilities of contemporary filmmakers

Published on 24th May 2022

Biweekly Binge: Freedom over time

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

Published on 16th June 2022

Biweekly Binge: Up in the air

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

Published on 6th April 2022

No Woman No Try Documentary Review: Simplification undermines this promising sports doc

No Woman No Try, which documents the challenges faced by female rugby players, is empowering but a formulaic structure restrains it

Published on 4th April 2022

Love Like the Falling Petals Review: Heartfelt, poignant and somewhat predictable 

A romantic story lending itself to cliché is saved by the exploration of its sensitive theme

Published on 28th March 2022

Ballad of a White Cow Movie Review: A searing portrait of loss, guilt and retribution

Filmmaker-actor Maryam Moqadam is terrific as a widow seeking justice for her wronged husband

Published on 24th February 2022

Yellowjackets renewed for second season 

Yellowjackets currently holds a 100% score on Rotten Tomatoes

Published on 17th December 2021

Light The Night Series Review: An engrossing series capturing the lives of women

This engrossing Taiwanese series set in the 80s sheds light on the trials and tribulations of its predominantly women characters working at a nightclub in Taipei’s Red Light District 

Published on 28th November 2021

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As superstar's Baba is gearing up for a re release, what other Rajini film would you like to see on the big screen again?