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An Ode to the Willow

Monojit Lahiri flashbacks to a time, far away and long ago – way before the madness of social media crazed popular imagi...

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A Faust for Bangladesh

Farrukh Dhondy at his best as he recounts the attempt he once made to adapt Goethe’s Faust for the Bangladeshi screen. Read More

In the land of the capitalists

‘Battleship Potemkin’ was premiered at the historic Bolshoi Theatre auditorium in Moscow on December 21, 1925, writes Monis...

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The Indian Screen: Myth and Reality

Farrukh Dhondy traces the evolution of Indian storytelling from early days, when stories travelled by word-of-mouth, to now, a...

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Taboo Love and the Sensibility of Agnès Varda

Her cinema played with subversive and controversial subjects even as she kept up her engagement with the political environment of her times int...

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My first trip on Air-India

With Air-India in the news, Farrukh Dhondy reminisces u...

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Joy of Acting

Khalid Mohamed talks shop and more with Ali Fazal, who has wowed audiences with a wide range of films like Fukrey and Victoria...

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We can work it out

Dr. Kishore Madhwani makes a case for Don’t-Worry-Stay-Calm even as the media reports about variants of the pandemic exa...

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Three Colours: Red - A celluloid poem

Mallika Bhaumik reviews Krztysztof Kieślowski’s Three Colours Red and reads the auteur’s mind while elucidating her own thoughts ...

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When Maradona beat Dolce & Gabbana

Asked to name his starting XI in 1990, Argentina’s manager Carlos Bilardo had famously said, “Maradona, and 10 others,” wr...

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