3 months ago | Roushni Sarkar

Ranjan Ghosh's Rong Beronger Kohri receives due recognition in film festivals in and outside the country

After its theatrical release in March this year, the film was screened at the prestigious Habitat a.......

9 months ago | Sukhpreet Kahlon

It was the pen that picked me up rather than me picking up the pen: Sinjini Sengupta on Elixir

The author, columnist and public speaker spoke about the experience of turning her screenplay into a.......

9 months ago | Simran Narula

Engaging young minds: Children’s films at 13th Habitat Film Festival

The recently concluded festival in New Delhi hostes three children's films — Assamese film.......

10 months ago | Prateek Rawat

Good people are voiceless: Filmmaker Amshan Kumar on Manusangada

Kumar's Manusangada is an explosive exhortation of the cruel injustices of the caste system and.......

10 months ago | Prateek Rawat

I am not so much a cinephile as a cine-activist: Aparna Sen

Filmmaker and actress Aparna Sen, who presented her film Sonata at last month's Habitat Film in.......

10 months ago | Prateek Rawat

There are a million similar stories everywhere because we are all connected: Filmmaker Ranjan Ghosh

The critically acclaimed filmmaker spoke to us during the 13th Habitat Film Festival about his and.......

10 months ago | Sukhpreet Kahlon

No fictional story is as fake as you might think it is: Filmmaker Rahul Jain

In a conversation with us, the Machines filmmaker talks about his influences and choices. .......

10 months ago | Sukhpreet Kahlon

Roundup: 13th Habitat Film Festival 2018 in pictures and quotes

While Aruna Vasudev lit the lamp at the inauguration of the 13th Habitat Film Festival, Gulzar his a.......

10 months ago | Prateek Rawat

Maybe, Mayurakshi is a subtle sarcasm on idea of ideal woman we look for: Atanu Ghosh

The Bengali filmmaker engaged in an in-depth conversation with us on the sidelines of the 13th Film.......

10 months ago | Sukhpreet Kahlon

Put any religion’s name in Ee. Ma. Yau. you’ll find same issues: Lijo Jose Pellissery

On the sidelines of the 13th Habitat Film Festival, Pellissery spoke to us about his influences, of.......

10 months ago | Prateek Rawat

When we do something wrong, the question is who is responsible for repairing it: Praveen Morchhale

The director spoke to us after the screening of his National Award-winning film Walking With The on.......

10 months ago | Prateek Rawat

Raju review: A happy-go-lucky tale of talent with an evanescent message of hope

Actor-director Nanditha Yadav’s children’s feature is a sanitized melodramatic take on.......

10 months ago | Prateek Rawat

Alifa review: Intricate novelistic saga that deconstructs conflict of migrants in Assam

National Award-winning film Alifa is a multi-dimensional compelling film that engenders a poignant.......

10 months ago | Sonal Pandya

3 reasons why you must watch Walking With The Wind at Habitat Film Festival

The National Award-winning Ladakhi film, directed by Praveen Morchhale, is a beautiful look at way.......

10 months ago | Sukhpreet Kahlon

My belief, hope, faith in humanity is something I cling on to: Srijit Mukherji at Habitat Film Festival

Speaking to us after the screening of his upcoming film Uma at the 13th Habitat Film Festival, the.......

10 months ago | Blessy Chettiar

Juze is local Goan shot of exploitation, hope and redemption

The strong human connect makes filmmaker Miransha Naik's story universally believable........

10 months ago | Sukhpreet Kahlon

Wanted to tell a story that will touch me, bother me: Filmmaker Dar Gai at Habitat Film Festival

In a conversation with us, the filmmaker talks about her journey in making Teen Aur Aadha and shares.......

10 months ago | Suparna Thombare

Ralang Road is an atmospheric film showing the darker side of Sikkim

Director Karma Takapa combines dark humour with drama and social commentary to great effect........

10 months ago | Blessy Chettiar

Kaccha Limbu offers an uncomfortable experience that must not be missed

Director Prasad Oak’s film packs in memorable sights, sounds, emotions, and technical finesse.......

10 months ago | Sukhpreet Kahlon

Capital punishment is State-sponsored murder: Jiju Antony at Habitat Film Festival

Jiju Antony's directorial debut, Eli Eli Lama Sabachthani? (The Forsaken), delves psyche of.......