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With village-based films such as Kadaikutty Singam and Sandakozhi 2 doing well at the box office, Cinema Express discusses the evolution of this genre with filmmakers

Published on 23rd October 2018

Village Rockstars Review: An intimate snapshot of rural yearning

Rima Das' National Award-winning film captures childhood in rural Assam with magical camerawork and immersive sound design

Published on 29th September 2018

Assamese film Village Rockstars India's entry to Oscars

The film is written, directed, edited and co-produced by filmmaker Rima Das

Published on 22nd September 2018

Bhayanakam to be screened in India Pavillion at Cannes

The film, along with Village Rockstars from Assam, Nagarkirtan from Bengal, and Sinjar from Lakshadweep, is representing regional cinema at the prestigious festival

Published on 7th May 2018

Thamizh Talkies: Cinema, the big winner of this year's awards

The writer discusses the 65th National awards, which were awarded recently

Published on 15th April 2018

Assamese film Village Rockstars wins Best Feature Film at 65th National Film Awards

Set in the director's own village Chhaygaon near Guwahati, Village Rockstars is the story of "poor but amazing children" who live a fun-filled life

Published on 13th April 2018

65th National Film Awards: Mollywood shines, Tamil flicks fizzle out 

Here is a roundup of the 65th National Film Awards, which was announced on April 13

Published on 14th April 2018

Huge recognition for Assam: Village Rockstar director Rima Das 

The elated filmmaker speaks about the national level recognition for an Assamese film after nearly three decades 

Published on 14th April 2018

Mercury to have its world premiere in Los Angeles

The Karthik Subburaj directorial is a silent film starring Prabhudheva in the lead

Published on 28th March 2018

Independent filmmaking may not be sustainable: Konkona Sen Sharma

The actress, who turned director with A Death in the Gunj, wondered how sustainable independent filmmaking was in the long-term

Published on 6th November 2017

Film by a collective of independent, non-commercial women directors

Turup, set in a Bhopal neighbourhood, is a 72-minute film that explores the themes of gender, communalism, casteism and oppression 

Published on 4th November 2017

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