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Three Colours: Red - A celluloid poem

Mallika Bhaumik reviews Krztysztof Kieślowski’s Three Colours Red and reads the auteur’s mind while elucidating her own thoughts ...

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A dog, a boy and a film: Musings on Kala

Janaky Sreedharan reviews the Malayalam film Kala (the unwanted) and raises questions on the obsession with violence and its d...

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Mise en scene: a metaphysical expression

Sharad Raj writes that to arrive at one’s mise en scene is to liberate oneself from dogmas that are both personal and in...

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Sidharth Sengupta: Goldie’s Serial Count!

Aparajita Krishna makes a tortoise run, and faster than a hare, when she wants. Here she makes...

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Mohomaya Chapter 2

Shantanu Ray Chaudhuri: Chapter 1 of Mohomaya, a first-of-its-kind psychological/horror experience for a Bengali OTT platform, was skating on thin ice from...

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Woh Sadhana thi

The cine-young living in the 60-year-old that I am, refuses to abandon my lingering fascination for actress Sadhana, writes Aparajita K...

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Rogue Thinker

Khalid Mohamed’s never-before published interview with the dogged rule-breaker, Ram Gopa...

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How feminism works in rural India

Vinta Nanda explores how feminism works in rural India and the Grassroots Leadership Development Program of CORO India.  ...

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Signs of the times: Death and Destruction

Humra Quraishi recalls Saadat Hasan Manto in the month of his birth, and imagines what he would have said and written in these...

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When men change and repent: Cinema of Kenji Mizoguchi

Men are at loose ends without women to enslave, to desire, to abandon. Sharad Raj explores why the director is forgiving of th...

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