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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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That’s Entertainment!

How do I start writing about a man’s love affair with Hollywood and the movies? Especially when he happen...

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Casablanca: The Most Quoted Movie of all Times

It’s still the same old story. Seventy-five years after it was released, Casablanca (1942) remains one of the world’s best-loved films and one of my favourite f...

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Colombia to host The Classics – the Festival of Films that will Live Forever

Have you ever wanted to watch Sunset Boulevard on the big screen? Popcorn in your hand and glitter in your eyes. May be the Rear Window? Rebel Without...

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Bergman, Sombre or Pragmatic?

Ingmar Bergman prevalently known for his movie ‘Persona’ was considered as the most thoroughgoing in procedure and technique. Classism in the movies came out vo...

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No Room With An Interview Any More

Yesterday, a master blaster -- a former editor of mine whom I respect unconditionally-- called up from the deepest shade of blue, to ask, “Can you interview Lata Mang...

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Festival Films: How The World See's India

Let’s start with a rapid-fire question: In which section did Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Devdas play at Cannes? Answer: the clumsily named Out of Competition sectio...

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Susan Sarandon Slams Woody Allen At Cannes Film Festival

Susan Sarandon has slammed Woody Allen at the Cannes Film Festival where allegations of sexual assault have been renewed against the director.

Speaking at a Women i...

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Hollywood's Biggest Stars Are At The Cannes Film Festival - Here Are The Glamorous Photos

It's Cannes time again.
That is, when Hollywood's elite travel to the French Riviera for the industry's most glamorous event of the year, the Cannes Film Festival.
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Cannes 2016: Cafe Society Review - Woody Allen's Tribute To Golden Age Hollywood

Woody Allen’s Café Society is a sweet, sad, insubstantial jeud’ésprit, watchable, charming and beautifully shot by Vittorio Storaro – yet al...

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