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JAFAR PANAHI: STRUCTURE, AUSTERITY & SOCIAL CRITICISM

Sharad Raj discusses the cinema of Iranian filmmaker Jafar Panahi, his consummate understanding and command over time and space, and reviews his film The Circle (2000). If th...

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WOMEN INTERRUPTED

Monojit Lahiri investigates what constitutes the attitude towards women in film industries across the world and why women film directors are not equal to the number of male di...

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I WENT TO HIS HOUSE AND SAW…

Humra Quraishi revisits an interview with Captain Lakshmi Sahgal, who questioned the mindless development that takes place in India. The questions she raised then remain unans...

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PATHAAN: IS IT A CINEMATIC MASTERPIECE?

Sharad Raj discusses why the film PATHAAN is being celebrated across the country and SRK’s persona and politics. The economic parameters within which mainstream cinema ...

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ABOUT BRINGING GURU DUTT TO BENGALI READERS

Satyabrata Ghosh shares the process it took to translate in Bengali the works of Nishikant Thakar and Arun Khopkar for Guru Dutt: Teen Onker Ek Shokantika. The end: It could ...

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IS IT TIME TO RECONSIDER THE TERM BOLLYWOOD?

Monojit Lahiri does a close–up of this tricky issue and reaches out to the readers now for a solution to the word Bollywood. For some time now, the name, term, insignia...

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RHYTHM’S CHOSEN CHILD

Here Sharada Ramanathan goes back and forth in time to understand the towering Tabla maestro Ustad Zakir Hussain’s genius, music and rhythm. Seventy-two years ago, a ra...

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RAHUL GANDHI: FROM A YOUNG MAN TO A MATURE LEADER

Humra Quraishi revisits a book she co-authored with Khushwant Singh and highlights what the great journalist and author had said and written about Rahul Gandhi. The Bharat Jo...

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KANTARA, GANGUBAI, KUNCHACKO BOBAN, ALIA BHATT RATED BEST OF 2022

Indian Film Institute (IFI) has announced its annual ratings of the best films and best male and female actors of 2022, reports The Daily Eye Newsdesk  The 6-member jury...

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THE UNSETTLED SHADE

Vinta Nanda talks to filmmaker Neha Sharma about her documentary film NYBREUM and what it was that made her gravitate to the subject. The documentary film explores the malais...

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JAFAR PANAHI: STRUCTURE, AUSTERITY & SOCIAL CRITICISM

Sharad Raj discusses the cinema of Iranian filmmaker Jafar Panahi, his consummate unders...

February 2 2023

WOMEN INTERRUPTED

Monojit Lahiri investigates what constitutes the attitude towards women in film industri...

January 31 2023

I WENT TO HIS HOUSE AND SAW…

Humra Quraishi revisits an interview with Captain Lakshmi Sahgal, who questioned the min...

January 30 2023