Lacchavva was written in a day, says Jai Shankar A
The filmmaker talks about his short film, part of the Katha Sangama anthology, which received a special mention in the Best Short Fiction Film category at the 16th Mumbai International Film Festival.
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INA veterans in Malaysia were able to rebuild because of a support system, says filmmaker Choodie Shivaram
Journalist and filmmaker Choodie Shivaram speaks about the long journey of documenting the accounts of the Malaysian veterans of the Indian National Army into her film, At The Altar Of India’s Freedom.
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Wanted to investigate Valentine’s Day, says filmmaker Utpal Kalal
The doctor-turned-filmmaker speaks about his debut documentary on a major commercial holiday and its dark and lasting contribution to society.
The Secret Life Of Frogs review: Amphibians are the unlikely heroes of this fascinating documentary
The National award-winning documentary, filmed over three years by brothers Vijay and Ajay Bedi, highlights these interesting creatures that reside in the dense forests of India.
Elephants Do Remember review: 93-year-old freedom fighter Rama Khandwala has lost none of her spark
The 38 minute documentary catalogues the now sedate life of Khandwala, among the last living members of the Rani of Jhansi regiment of Subhas Chandra Bose’s Indian National Army.