Horror high: 32nd Tokyo film festival unveils a new brand of Asia’s scariest movies
The film fest, being held from October 28 to November 5, is delving deep into the culture of making scary movies in Asia.
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Satyajit Ray's 'Pather Panchali' is only Indian movie to feature in BBC's 100-best foreign language films
The film which released in 1955, wa...
Making 'Talvar' was a painful journey: Vishal Bhardwaj
"Some of the things that I found were really amusing, bizarre and disturbing. There was a kind of black humour that was coming out of this tragedy."
The jobs report: 5 million non-farm jobs created in 2017
Estimates of employment is usually done by the survey method either of households or enterprises.
'Talvar' makes waves at Toronto film fest
Critics Hail Meghna Gulzar's 'Talvar', which is based on the Aarushi murder case, calling it 'cutting-edge', 'unsettling' and 'shocking'.
'Ittefaq' review: The film belongs to Akshaye Khanna
Cinematographer Michal Luka gives the film a neo-noir kind of touch.
'Talvar' review: Boldly tackles reality
Meghna Gulzar-directed "Talvar" is super-sharp, a sword swipe at Bollywood's song-and-dance, mehendi-fuelled escapism.
Mindset is everything
Attitude is everything. It can make the difference between success and failure; between life and death in practices involving vital breath.
2G scam case: Former telecom minister A Raja to bare all in a book
Raja, who is the prime accused, and others have been charged with receiving kickbacks for giving away additional spectrum to telecom companies.
Aarushi case: Deconstructing 'Talvar', a film that has reopened the debate on Talwars' conviction
Talvar is honest to its intentions. It is a very uncomfortable film and in that discomfort there is this very uncomfortable humour, says Hansal Mehta, filmmaker.
I had to stay objective as a writer to ensure 'Talvar' remains neutral: Vishal Bharadwaj
Basking in the glory of rave reviews for "Talvar" at TIFF, the filmmaker talks about the movie and the bizarreness of these cases.
How CIL's independent director SK Barua stood his ground on key decisions
Independent directors are notorious for not living upto the tag. But Barua, IIM-A director & currently on the CIL board, stands out.
Japan crisis: Japanese hardwired to stay calm in hazardous times
Is it right to stay bottled up? Is it right to suppress emotions? Is it right to be emotionless in commotion?
Influence of foreign films apparent
President of the Federation of Film Societies of India (FFSI) Shyam Benegal, who is also one of the finest filmmakers India has produced, shares his thoughts on international cinema and the film society movement.
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