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Bin Savalyanchya Gavat review: A study of the lack of a dalit narrative in Pune's heritage
Gouri Patwardhan's documentary delves into the non-existence of the dalit community's history during the rule of the peshwas and the ongoing reclamation.
Kalikshetra review: Traces history with personal stories but lacks engagement
The film surely paints a unique picture of Kolkata, but the colours used feel random and lack lustre.
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Four student films to be showcased at 5th Urban Lens Film Festival
Jamnapaar, Bismaar Ghar, Facing The Sun, and Still City will be screened at the festival, held in New Delhi from 16 November 2018.
Barsaati review: A surreal conversation on a cold Delhi night
Director Priya Naresh takes inspiration from the magical realism in Vimal Kumar Shukla's writing.
Good Guy Bad Guy review: A ragpicker dreams of cinema between jail sentences and feeding sessions
Indu Krishnan's engrossing documentary delves into the cinematic dreams of a ragpicker charged with murder.
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5th Urban Lens Film Festival to showcase 25 films from 10 countries
The festival aims at shaping the audiences' understanding of urban issues through cinema.