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The Comic World Of Pierre Étaix

Vandana Kumar writes: ‘Le Grand Amour’ (The Great Love) 1969 is a French comedy that introduced me to its director...

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50 years of "The Godfather"

The Corleone’s and the poetry of Crime is what Sharad Raj examines after watching The Godfather for the nth time on the ...

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When Atul Met the Movies

Khalid Mohamed in conversation with India’s prime, contemporary artist, Atul Dodiya, on his unbreakable bond with art an...

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Game Changer, Marketer, Entertainer, Interpreter: The Film Critic

Monojit Lahiri investigates through the incisive commentary of critics as well as filmmakers, what film reviews and film criti...

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Reflecting humanity through the struggle of a woman: Federico Fellini

Much before he made 8 ½, Federico Fellini, the Italian master, had honed his neo-realist pursuits, writes Sharad Raj. <...

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A Manhattan state of mind

Woody Allen’s ‘Manhattan’ is a 1979 American romantic comedy film produced by Charles H. Joffe, writes Vandana Kumar<...

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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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International Women's Day 2017: Secrets Revealed In Germaine Greer's Archives

A damask napkin with a sketch of a woman's back, waist and "big arse" – souvenir from a tryst, most likely, with former lover, Italian film director Federico Fellini....

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Martin Scorsese On How 'Diversity Gaurantees Our Cultural Survival' In Film & In Everything Else

When Federico Fellini died in 1993, New York Times obituary writer Bruce Weber made a confession: “I never cared for his movies.” In a declaration of “rag...

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