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Brief notes from Iniyavan Elumalai, who attended the International Film Festival at Rotterdam this year.
P. Lakshmi Narayanan attends the Independent Film Festival of Chennai 2019.
Iniyavan Elumalai, our press correspondent at IFFR 2019, chats with filmmaker Gurvinder Singh.
Iniyavan Elumalai chats with Eva Ionesco at IFFR 2019, helped by a translator and a lot of coffee.
The founder and editor of The Silent Film Quarterly, the only magazine dedicated to silent cinema, answers our questions with much enthusiasm and patience.
The documentary and feature filmmaker from Iran answers our questions over email.
فیلمساز ایران از سوالاتی در مورد ایمیل پاسخ می دهد.
…and her performance of ‘Nazar Lagi Raja Tore Bangle Par’, Richard Singer writes.
Sureshkumar listens closely to the “Married Life” montage from Up, to examine how music is married to the moving images.
Rose Dymock writes about the 1958 movie Shadows, directed by John Cassavetes.
Konstantinos writes about Found Footage and its long-standing popularity in the horror genre.
Madhu watches two contemporaneous Tamil movies and writes about them.
A quick look at what’s in store + an announcement!
Film recommendations for different moods, in different languages.
Omar Ahmed makes an impassioned plea for us to pay attention to the films that constituted this movement.
Konstantinos makes a case for VFx as an effective storytelling tool.
Iniyavan makes a list for us.
Naveena tags along with a film crew and lives to tell the tale.
Ramchander overhears a conversation between Santiago Gamboa, a novelist from Colombia, and Tran Anh Hùng, a filmmaker from Vietnam.
This interview with writer-cinematographer-director Chezhiyan touches on a wide range of topics—world cinema, realism in cinema, independent cinema, current trends in Tamil cinema, and his approach to cinematography.
உலக சினிமா, எதார்த்த சினிமா, சுயாதீன சினிமா, தமிழ் சினிமாவின் தற்போதைய நிலை, ஒளிப்பதிவு அணுகுமுறை என்று வெவ்வேறு தளங்களைத் தொட்டுச் செல்லும் உரையாடல்.
A quick look at what we have in our anniversary issue, and notes from the editors.
Once again, film recommendations for many moods, in many languages.
Anusha reports from the 33rd edition of ReelQ Film Festival in Pittsburgh.
Amit Agarwal takes a close look at Mrinal Sen’s 1982 film Kharij.
Michael Derrick writes about Hollywood’s tryst with horror, and Nicolas Winding Refn’s polarizing film, The Neon Demon.
Kasper Håkansson writes about a novel that is part historical fiction and part nightmare. What if cinema was a tool for world domination?
Kasper Håkansson skriver om en roman, der er delvist historisk fiktion og delvist et mareridt. Hvad hvis film var et redskab til at opnå verdensherredømme?