Shuchi Talati’s Girls Will Be Girls, produced by Richa Chadha, wins Talent Footprints grant at Berlin International Film Festival
The upcoming film also won two development awards at the Berlinale Co-Production Market.
Alia Bhatt has become like Gangubai in real life, says Sanjay Leela Bhansali at Berlinale premiere
The filmmaker attended the world premiere of the upcoming film with star Alia Bhatt and co-producer Jayantilal Gada in Berlin, Germany.
First look of Ajay Devgn's character from Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Gangubai Kathiawadi released
The actor reportedly playing a gangster based on the infamous Karim Lala in the upcoming Alia Bhatt-starrer.
Berlinale 2022: Payal Kapadia named on international short film jury
Filmmaker M Night Shyamalan will preside over the international jury for the 72nd edition of the festival.
Organizers of Berlinale 2022 to adopt 'new concept' for hybrid event
They will attempt to reduce the number of face-to-face encounters in compliance with coronavirus regulations.
Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Gangubai Kathiawadi, starring Alia Bhatt, to be premiered at Berlinale
The period film will be screened as part of the festival’s special gala section ahead of its Indian release.
M Night Shyamalan named jury head for Berlinale 2022
The writer-director's breakthrough film The Sixth Sense (1999) was nominated for six Oscars including Best Picture and Best Director.
Berlinale to hold Summer Special outdoors in June
As the COVID-19 numbers have reduced in Germany, the Berlin International Film Festival will hold a special open-air event from 9-20 June.
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.
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.
Pa Ranjith-backed Kuthiraivaal to be premiered at Berlin Critics' Week
Directed by Manoj Leonel Jahson, the film is a magical realist tale starring Kalaiyarasan and Anjali Patil.
Tathagata Ghosh elated at selection at Berlinale Talents
The filmmaker's upcoming short film Dhulo depicts a woman's struggle against the patriarchy and politics of hate in rural Bengal.
Berlinale announces a festival in two stages next year
The festival has postponed its dates to organize the industry offer online in March followed by a public event in June.
Prateek Vats’s Eeb Allay Ooo! to be released in theatres on 18 December
The award-winning film, which was premiered at the Pingyao International Film Festival last year, is being presented by filmmaker Anurag Kashyap.
Cinestaan Curates: B Selvi & Daughters is a heartening tale of self-affirmation and solidarity
Directed by Drishya, it was one of four short films created for the Her&Now film campaign to raise awareness about women entrepreneurs in India.
We Are One global festival to merge 20 film festivals; MAMI to represent India
The unified festival will run from 29 May through 7 June on YouTube.
Creating stories gives me more satisfaction: Rima Das on the magic of making movies
The National award-winning filmmaker speaks about learning on the job, the joy of learning from her audience, and why her acting dream may remain a dream.
Eeb Allay Ooo! review: Moving tale disguised as black comedy
The film is an entertainer with not a dull moment. Yet, it also provides a layered and moving depiction of how people from weaker sections become victims of circumstances.
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Eeb Allay Ooo, Sthalpuran, Laila Aur Satt Geet to represent India at 70th Berlinale
Ekta Mittal's short documentary Gumnaam Din to also be screened at festival.