Festivals

Eighty Cheers for the Towering Inferno!

Monojit Lahiri pays a personalized tribute to the Muqaddar ka Sikandar, the Shahenshah whose timeless aura and charisma, neither age can chill, nor rivals steal. Amit, Amit B...

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Dussehra Diaries

This Dussehra, professionals speak to Monarose Sheila Pereira and share their views on how they connect to the festival. Anand Dhotre, flutist and flute maker Dusseh...

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DOES PEACE STAND A CHANCE IN THE WORLD TODAY?

On the occasion of Mahatma Gandhi's birthday, which is also celebrated now as the International Peace Day, Monarose Sheila Pereira speaks to professionals to find ou...

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Religious Festivals: Sponsored or Reality Shows?

Today, as we once again step into puja mode in this year of 2022, do we feel somewhere, somehow, a change in the puja celebrations, wonders Monojit Lahiri. Once upon a time P...

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KASHISH launches LGBTQ+ OTT platform

\30 Indian LGBTQ+ films available on the pay-per-view platform, reports The Daily Eye Newsdesk KASHISH Mumbai International Queer Film Festival has been at the forefront of I...

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KASHISH QDrishti Film Grant 2022

KASHISH QDrishti Film Grant offers production grants and mentoring to LGBTQIA+ filmmakers to make their queer short films. This year the amount has been raised to Rs 250,000, ...

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To sir, with love

On Teacher’s Day, Monojit Lahiri pays homage to some inspirational mentors - the game changers and life transformers who showed him the light. My earliest memories of s...

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Music Videos Pay Tribute To UNESCO Creative City of Film

Musicians and filmmakers collaborated to create a visual and musical tribute and celebrated the inclusive and diverse spirit of the city of Mumbai, reports The Daily Eye Newsd...

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WWI’s Event Education Festival

The event pioneered by WWI School of Event Management marked the presence of industry stalwarts such as Brian Tellis, Mohomed Morani and Vikas Menon among other...

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ART & SOUL OF MUMBAI

BMC in association with Kala Ghoda Arts Festival invites filmmakers and musicians to participate in the UNESCO Creative Cities Network Music Video Project, reports The Daily E...

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Childhood, Holocaust and the Cinema of Louis Malle

Louis Malle’s semi-autobiographical 1987 film ‘Au revoir les enfants’ ...

December 5 2022

Two-in-one

Film historian Dhruv Somani tracks the double-pronged career of Feroz Khan, as...

December 4 2022

WE THE PEOPLE!

Humra Quraishi questions the whereabouts of missing children on Human Rights Day, a...

December 3 2022