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Ulmer and Detour

Today, Sharad Raj remembers Edgar G. Ulmer as one of the Hollywood masters who had been cruelly neglected by one and all.

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The Silenced Valley

Can bringing Cinema to the Kashmir Valley settle the wounds and trauma? No, says Humra Quraishi 

A Conversation With Freny Manecksha

Freny Manecksha brings stories from Bastar and Kashmir in her latest book Flaming Forest Wounded Valley. She gets into a conversation with Read More

Our Godpapas

Khalid Mohamed takes stock of the ongoing influence of Francis Ford Coppola’s mafia don classic, The Godfather, on India...

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A Sip of Georgia

Vandana Kumar reminisces about her visit to Georgia where she discovered that it is the country where wine originated. Unlike in France, which has a tradit...

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100 years of Sayed Haider Raza

Teesta Bhandare explores the art of Raza through the lens of the global avant garde.

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Shifting Paradigms: Malayalam Cinema

Malayalam Cinema has evolved through time, writes Sulochana Ram Mohan. To use a cliché change has been the only constant in Malayalam ci...

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Of Human Shields and Human Rights

In light of recent events in Srinagar’s Hyderpora in Kashmir, where it is alleged that civilians were used as human shields, Humr...

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In the land of the capitalists

‘Battleship Potemkin’ was premiered at the historic Bolshoi Theatre auditorium in Moscow on December 21, 1925, writes Monis...

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How to combat the coronavirus right now

Dr. Kishore Madhwani writes on everything you must know today with the nation’s ongoing tireless vaccine drive and how w...

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