In 1967 two of the most significant figures in the history of cinema, both of whom were working at the height of their powers, released films on dramatically and coincidentally similar themes: Jean-Luc Godard’s 2 or 3 Things I Know About Her and Luis Bunuel’s Belle de Jour. Michael Paul Hogan studies both movies.
From ‘Calcutta’ to ‘Kolkata’
Amitava Nag explores the journey of Bengali Cinema over the years
Siddharth Sivakumar reviews Julie Taymor’s screen adaptation of The Tempest
Backyard Film Festival
When Fred Schneider turned sixty, he wanted to mark the occasion. A tall, thin man with reddish blond hair, he describes the feeling as a…
Reading the Book of Living
Taline Voskeritichian’s review, meditation and analysis of Michael Haneke’s Amour
A Look into The Lunchbox
Trisha Chatterjee reflects on her viewing of Ritesh Batra’s The Lunchbox
Malegaon Ka Superman
Prashant Parvatneni and Sezel Lalwani explore the influence of socially relevant film projects such as Malegaon Ka Superman
12 Very Angry Men
Suhail Rasheed goes back to his experience of watching 12 Angry Men and shares some of his thoughts on why it is one of the greatest movies ever made.
Johnny Walker: King of Comedy
Rekha Rau profiles Johnny Walker, the first natural comedian in Bollywood.