Veteran film producer Anil Suri dies of COVID-19 at 77
'Get your priorities right, world', says Inaamulhaq in his lockdown poem Duniya
Choreographer Mudassar Khan pays tribute to the unsung mothers of India in the single, ‘Suraj Se Pehle’
Court finds prima facie copyright infringement by web-series Singardaan, asks makers to prepare to share profits
Lockdown short Bonobas explores the pangs of separation faced by a couple
The relevance of Nasir is something to be ashamed of: Filmmaker Arun Karthick
Winner of the NETPAC award at the Rotterdam film festival this year, Nasir is being screened at the We Are One global film festival on YouTube today.
Choked review: Works better as family drama than social film
The film is set in the period when prime minister Narendra Modi announced demonetization of high-value currency notes, using it as a story device.
Wanted to honestly capture what was happening in the lockdown, says Bharatbala on Uthenge Hum
The video has been put together by 16 crews working across 14 states and captures for posterity an India never seen before.
Cinestaan Curates: Maacher Jhol is an elegant film with delicate flavours
The short animation film is available for viewing for a limited period only courtesy the Dharamshala Film Festival’s Viewing Room.
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Basu Chatterji (1930-2020): Filmmaker who found beauty, humour and stories in everyday life
The master storyteller who gave us films like Piya Ka Ghar (1972), Rajnigandha (1974), Chhoti Si Baat (1975), Khatta Meetha (1978) and Ek Ruka Hua Faisla (1986), died on Thursday aged 90.
Nasir review: Moving, poetic portrayal of a day in the life of an ordinary man
Based on Dilip Kumar's short story A Clerk's Story, Nasir is a sharp but beautifully crafted portrait of an ordinary Muslim going through his day even as the shadow of communalism looms.
Chintu Ka Birthday review: A six-year-old's birthday party descends into chaos in war-torn Iraq
Co-directors Satyanshu and Devanshu present an Indian family stranded in Baghdad trying to make the best of their circumstances in this uneven film set in 2004.
Shiraz (1928) is a timeless, exotic love story that is mesmerizing even 92 years after its release
Directed by Franz Osten and starring Himanshu Rai, the classic film was restored by the British Film Institute (BFI) National Archive and screened as part of the We Are One: Global Film Festival in collaboration with YouTube.