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.
Praveen Morchhale on Widow Of Silence: I don’t talk about what is wrong, I just show it as it is
Morchhale’s third film had its world premiere at the Busan International Film Festival in October. The National award-winning director speaks about Widow Of Silence, set in Kashmir.
India continues to disappoint me: Filmmaker Rajaditya Banerjee on how globalization has left the marginalized behind
Rajaditya Banerjee, whose Death Certificate was screened at KIFF 2018, talks passionately about his reasons for making the film and explains why he is critical of a developmental model that means progress for a few.
Australian films are not well represented in India: Film curator Mitu Bhowmick Lange at KIFF
On the sidelines of the Kolkata film festival, Mitu Bhowmick Lange discusses the selection of Australian films for the festival and ways in which the two countries can strengthen cultural bonds.