MAMI Mumbai Film Festival partners with International Kids Film Festival
Starting today, the festival will run till 20 December and screen over 150 movies from 40 countries online.
Kislay’s Commodity wins Busan award at Asian Project Market
The Indian filmmaker was awarded $15,000 from the Busan Metropolitan Council to finance his next feature.
Cinestaan Curates: MAD is a captivating film that fuses craft with sensitivity
Vinod Rawat gives us an unconventional film that exhibits the ways in which the mother and daughter carve out a sanctuary for themselves.
Cargo trailer: Vikrant Massey's lone Rakshas gets a companion in Shweta Tripathi
Written and directed by Arati Kadav, the sci-fi film uses humour and weird situations to approach complex philosophical questions.
Ivan Ayr’s Meel Patthar, Arun Karthick’s Nasir feature in 22nd Jio MAMI's official line-up of Indian films
The festival, which announced the films from its India Gold, India Story and Dimensions Mumbai sections, has been tentatively scheduled for October 2021.
Coronavirus update: MAMI's Mumbai Film Festival postponed to 2021 amid pandemic
India's biggest non-government film festival is held annually in Mumbai in the month of October.
Moothon review: Nivin Pauly shines in this dark and visceral drama
Geethu Mohandas transports you from a beautiful coastal town in Lakshadweep to dingy rooms and dirty bylanes in Mumbai in Moothon.
Aani Maani review: Brave attempt at narrating an uncomfortable truth
The feature film, directed by Fahim Irshaad, portrays without drama the current political situation in Uttar Pradesh.
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MAMI ties up with MUBI to showcase a film a month
The collaboration starts with Sanal Kumar Sasidharan’s film S Durga (2018), which will be available free for 24 hours for members of the MAMI Year Round Programme.
The relevance of Nasir is something to be ashamed of: Filmmaker Arun Karthick
Winner of the NETPAC award at the Rotterdam film festival this year, Nasir is being screened at the We Are One global film festival on YouTube today.
Natkhat review: Powerful indictment of machismo and gendered power
The film, starring Vidya Balan, was premiered on YouTube as part of the We Are One global film festival.
Migrant workers' tragedy was not caused by the pandemic, says Eeb Allay Ooo! director Prateek Vats
On his film's inclusion in the 'We Are One' global film festival, Vats said it is relevant now as the COVID-19 crisis has highlighted the apathy of the state towards the plight of migrants.
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MAMI to stream Natkhat, Nasir, Awake and Eeb Allay Ooo! at YouTube’s We Are One festival
The initiative brings together 21 of the world’s leading film festivals.
Awake review: Rumination on the death of relationships
The short film by Atul Mongia is currently available for viewing as part of the MAMI Year Round Programme Home Theatre launched amidst the lockdown.
The Illegal review: This story of immigrants in the US is filled with reality and hope
The film appears as real as a documentary even as it treads the feature-film route. A migrant struggling to make a life in any country will relate with it.
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.
MAMI’s year-round film programme goes digital due to the lockdown
The first film to be screened will be Tanuja Chandra's documentary, Aunty Sudha, Aunty Radha on 1 May.
Bebaak review: Blazing critique of religious authority and patriarchy
With a stellar cast and fine performances, Bebaak dissects the way in which the clergy and patriarchal authority keep women suppressed in the name of religion.
More avenues have opened up: Cargo director Arati Kadav on the benefits of lockdown, sci-fi, and stories
Arati Kadav, whose work was selected for the SXSW (South by Southwest) Film Festival, speaks about the silver lining around the sudden festival cancellations, living in a suddenly dystopian world, and spreading more sci-fi.
Kaamyaab review: Perfect tribute to character artistes of mainstream Hindi cinema
Kaamyaab, directed by Hardik Mehta, sees a moving act by the veteran Sanjay Mishra.