It was the pen that picked me up rather than me picking up the pen: Sinjini Sengupta on Elixir
The author, columnist and public speaker spoke about the experience of turning her screenplay into a novel and writing for a film.
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Engaging young minds: Children’s films at 13th Habitat Film Festival
The recently concluded festival in New Delhi hostes three children's films — Assamese film Ishu, Malayalam film Swanam and Bengali film Rainbow Jelly.
Good people are voiceless: Filmmaker Amshan Kumar on Manusangada
Kumar's Manusangada is an explosive exhortation of the cruel injustices of the caste system and the systemic violence committed on Dalits in India, where even death fails to be the proverbial leveler.
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I am not so much a cinephile as a cine-activist: Aparna Sen
Filmmaker and actress Aparna Sen, who presented her film Sonata at last month's Habitat Film Festival in New Delhi, speaks about her work, her journey and her motivations.
There are a million similar stories everywhere because we are all connected: Filmmaker Ranjan Ghosh
The critically acclaimed filmmaker spoke to us during the 13th Habitat Film Festival about his influences, filmmaking and his latest film, Rong Beronger Korhi.