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CinemAbility: A Documentary that explores Disability in TV and Films in Hollywood

While there are many powerful documentary films that tackle important subjects, few have the far-reaching influence of Jenni Gold’s CinemAbility. This documentary film s...

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Lady Gaga makes a Stellar Debut in ‘A Star Is Born’

The international pop-star Lady Gaga born as Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta on March 28th 1986 in New York sets a unique mark on the film industry. Gaga learned to play th...

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Clash of the Titans: Emmy 2018 Winners

The 70th Primetime Emmy Awards was a battle between two TV titans. On one side was established TV powerhouse HBO, which went into the evening with 29 Emmy nominations for show...

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Michel Gondry Reunites with Jim Carrey for ‘Kidding’

The last time Jim Carrey and Michel Gondry collaborated, they produced some of the best work of their respective careers. ‘Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind’ g...

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At Eternity’s Gate: Willem Dafoe Looks Promising in Vincent Van Gogh Biopic

The trailer released for At Eternity’s Gate, an upcoming artistic biopic on painter Vincent Van Gogh and it looks fantastic. Willem Dafoe plays the tortured artist, who ...

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Damien Chazelle’s ‘First Man’ premieres at the Venice Film Festival

Damien Chazelle’s American biographical drama First Man had its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival on August 29, 2018. Chazelle attempts a biopic on the first ma...

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Riz Test: A System to grade Muslim Representation in Films and TV Shows

The need for diversity in film and television is no secret in Hollywood. While films such as Black Panther and Crazy Rich Asians have broken sales records this year, the films...

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The Academy's Internship Program enhances Diversity in the Industry

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, last year, announced a new initiative aimed at fostering students and professionals from underrepresented communities after a ...

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Oscars Announced A New Award Category And The Internet Is Not Happy About It

The Dark Knight is a phenomenal film and will always remain my favourite. Released in January 2009, the film is Christopher Nolan's most critically acclaimed and sits on numbe...

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"Disney's ‘Christopher Robin’ will leave you Teary-Eyed till the End "

Walking into the screening of Disney's Cristopher Robin, one would expect the auditorium doors to be a gateway to childhood, seeing the beloved Pooh and his friends come to li...

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Drishadvati: The daughter of Yayati

Read Janaky Sreedharan’s incisive view on Madhavi S Mahadevan’s Bride of the...

June 23 2021

Paap: Antim Pawrbo and Mouchak

While Paap passes muster, Mouchak scrapes the bottom of the barrel. Shantanu Ray Chaudhu...

June 22 2021

Whose normal is it anyway?

Vandana Kumar goes around John Cassavettes’ ‘A Woman Under the Influence&rsq...

June 21 2021