This is a do-or-die situation: Sanal Kumar Sasidharan on Chola's wide release in Kerala
The unprecedented release of Sanal Kumar's Chola in 145 theatres across Kerala is being watched eagerly by independent filmmakers as its success will encourage them to venture towards the box office.
Vasanth S Sai's Sivaranjini And Two Other Women wins Audience Award at Japan's 28th Fukuoka festival
The film is an anthology project based on the short stories of writers Jeya Mohan, the late Ashokamitran and the late Aadhavan.
Landscapes are characters in my films, they play their own role: Praveen Morchhale on Widow Of Silence
Award-winning filmmaker Praveen Morchhale speaks about the importance of aesthetics for him while making a film and why he cannot wait to tell the stories he wants to tell.
Widow Of Silence review: Riveting exploration of ruined lives in a mesmerizing landscape
Filmmaker Praveen Morchhale's fascinating film takes a searing look at the lives of the so-called half-widows in Kashmir and the people left behind in a conflict zone.
Widow Of Silence to be screened at the Rotterdam festival next year
Directed by Praveen Morchhale, the film revolves around a Kashmiri woman's struggle to get a death certificate for her missing husband.