Coronavirus update: Harkness Screens mobilizes global manufacturing strength for fight against pandemic
Season 2 of Aani Kay Hava? is keeping people positive, says Umesh Kamat
The web-series is Varun Narvekar's second directorial venture after the Marathi film Muramba.
Shutdown Stories: Aditya Sarpotdar is catching up on all the films and TV series he couldn't watch earlier
Filmmaker Sarpotdar also speaks about how he is trying to spend time with his children and worries that the 21-day countrywide lockdown might be extended.
So important to recognize how lucky we are to have the comfort of our home, says Dia Mirza
The actress-producer and social activist shares her experiences during the countrywide lockdown owing to the coronavirus pandemic.
Detective Byomkesh Bakshy! was made for the young audience: Dibakar Banerjee
Dibakar Banerjee's most ambitious project was released five years ago on 3 April 2015. The filmmaker discusses the choices he made, his plan back then for a Byomkesh 'universe' and why that might never come to be.
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Need to tell stories which mean something to me, says Navagat Prakash
The co-director and cinematographer of the documentary short, The Other Men In Blue, speaks about how he and his brother Tathagat set out to make this inspiring film.
Cinestaan Curates: Bebaak is a blazing critique of religious authority and patriarchy
With a stellar cast and fine performances, Bebaak dissects the way in which the clergy and patriarchal authority keep women suppressed in the name of religion.
The multi-hyphenate Jaddanbai, Hindi cinema’s earliest woman composer
We wrap up our special series on women in early Indian cinema with a look at the imperious Jaddanbai, singer, actress, composer, lyricist, director, screenwriter and producer, who left an indelible mark on film history.