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Review: Searching for ‘Happiness’

Originating from a conversation with his seven-year-old daughter, Suman Ghosh’s new film is an ode to the city of Kolkata, writes Read More

The Cinema of Tengiz Abulnadze

All of Abulnadze’s important films especially his much acclaimed The Georgia Trilogy exemplify the key fe...

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Dreaming big for the vulnerable: Chhitra Subramaniam

Vinta Nanda thinks that one of the greatest pleasures of running The Daily Eye is that you wak...

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Nervous Edges and Hesitant Hands: NAZAR -1989.

I had just passed out of FTII in 1989 and I was on my first feature as the Assistant Cameraman, reminisces Rafay Mahmood

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AND THE WINNERS ARE…

 

 

Here’s reviving the Raj Kapoor Awards for Excelle...

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The loneliness of an Indian (virgin) Bride

What are Indian wedding dreams made of? – a question Janaky Sreedharan answers as she views it through the lens of the r...

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Seijun Suzuki: Master of the Japanese Film Noir

The most traveled and hence the most influential of the film genres that evolved in Hollywood film studios is p...

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For whom the bull tolls

Khalid Mohamed locks horns with India’s Oscar entry Jallikattu, Alt Balaji’s Bicch...

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Salim Arif: His Work of Many Parts

It is a daunting task to undertake summarising Salim Arif’s multifaceted talent and work resume in a few pages, writes ...

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Soundscaping with Bishwadeep Chatterjee

Vinta Nanda says, this is one of the most interesting interviews she’s done for The Daily Eye in so far. Welcome to the ...

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