To work with Manoj Bajpayee has been a dream, says Arjun Mathur
Gargee Roy Chowdhury, Suman Mukhopadhyay to star in Goutam Ghose's short film Somoyer Smritimala
Khurchi to star child artists Aryan Hagawane and Shreya Pasalkar: see poster
Swwapnil Joshi's horror film Bali to be released on 16 April, see motion poster
New film to showcase heroics of Gujarat’s female police officers
Churuli review: Cryptic tale laced with magical realism
The film, which breaks barriers and explores new frontiers, challenges conventional movie formulae.
Watch Over Me review: Moving, humane look at illness, death and the process of grief
The documentary by Farida Pacha is an important look into medical care for terminally ill patients at home in India.
Experiencing how a script changes into scenes and how scenes join up to create cinema is fascinating: Udita Bhargava
In an exclusive conversation, first-time filmmaker Bhargava, whose debut movie Dust is being streamed on Mubi, speaks of how she had to extend herself and her notions about direction.
Special: The best of Bengali cinema 2011-20
From a tale of an obsessive foley artiste who only registers background noise to an awkward adolescent's coming-of-age saga, here are the best Bengali films of the past decade.
Aelay review: Halitha Shameem's film is fun but excruciatingly long
Set against a rural backdrop, the film beautifully explores the strained relationship between a father and son.
Letter From Your Far-off Country review: Compelling, poignant visual collage of history, memory and understanding
The personal examination by filmmaker Suneil Sanzgiri tries to make sense of events, past and present, around him.
Kuthiraivaal review: An intense psychedelic dream crafted with artistic abandon
A visually compelling essay, Manoj Leonel Jahson and Shyam Sunder's film captivatingly crosses the boundaries of reason to explore the abstraction and surrealism within our lives.