The goal is to do what you want to do, come what may, says cinematographer Riju Das
Das talks about the logistic and technical challenges that came up during the making of Aamis, his latest film, directed by Bhaskar Hazarika.
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.
Nimtoh review: Confusing narrative of a boy's desire to attend a wedding
Saurav Rai's debut film holds promise, but a lingering vagueness with the story and characters does not allow us to fully connect with the work.
Why make movies if we can’t engage with what is happening around us: Filmmaker Prateek Vats
Prateek Vats speaks about his debut feature film Eeb Allay Ooo! and why it is important for a filmmaker to address socio-political realities in his work.
Totally unexpected: Riddhi Majumder on winning first Best Film award at Kazhcha festival
Pariah is filmmaker Riddhi Majumder's debut feature and raises pertinent questions about love, compassion and what it means to be human.