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Third Eye Asian Film Festival: News

Review Other

Kathaah@8 review: Daring attempt to deal with multiple themes of life in one anthology

Eight short films in eight different languages are stitched together to make this feature, the first time a feature film has been made in eight languages.

over 4 years ago — Suyog Zore

Review Hindi

Aapke Aa Jane Se review: This short film based on the ‘Dancing Uncle’ wins your heart

Manu Rishi Chadha brings his own version of the man whose videos went viral with his carefree dancing.

over 4 years ago — Keyur Seta

Review Telugu

Screenplay review: Starts promisingly, then unravels in the second half

The film, directed by KL Prasad, is still worth watching for the compelling performances.

over 4 years ago — Suyog Zore

Article Hindi Marathi

Indian audiences not interested in Asian films, says Sudhir Nandgaonkar

The former film critic and founder of the Third Eye Asian Film Festival, speaks about the challenges faced in organising films festivals without government funding.  

over 4 years ago — Keyur Seta

Review Bengali

Ami O Manohar review: An experiment on trials of loneliness

Shot on iPhone, this black and white feature, directed by Amitabha Chaterji, tells the story of three souls trapped by ennui.

over 4 years ago — Suyog Zore

Review Kashmiri

Nooreh review: Touching tale of a Kashmiri girl's peace initiative 

Child artiste Saima Lateif is moving in her realistic portrayal of the young protagonist in this short film by Ashish Pandey.

over 4 years ago — Keyur Seta

Review Kannada

Samskara review: Even 50 years later, Girish Karnad’s debut film remains relevant

Directed by Pattabhirama Reddy, this Kannada film makes a strong statement against casteism. 

over 4 years ago — Keyur Seta

Article Kannada

I lost my heart to cinema and have since been devoted to it, says Aruna Vasudev, on being felicitated at BIFFES

The International Federation of Film Critics also commended Narahari Rao and Sudhir Nandgaonkar for being the pillars behind the film society movement in India.  

over 4 years ago — Sukhpreet Kahlon

Review Malayalam

Sunetra review: Poignant tale of love, life and death 

Directed by Satish and Santosh Babusenan, the film has spontaneous performances by Nina Chakraborty and Sreeram Mohan. 

over 4 years ago — Suyog Zore

Review Marathi

Paani review: Extraordinary tale of an ordinary man

Addinath Kothare shines as actor and director in this neo-realistic drama about one man's struggle to bring water to his village.

over 4 years ago — Suyog Zore