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How many more remakes do we need? Is it the American audience’s demand to Americanise foreign successes, or Hollywood’s mania to prove they can do it better?
Vaishnavi’s short story is about an Amitabh Bachchan fan who has a terrible secret.
Sadhna’s illustration inspired by the film Working Woman.
Welcome, let’s get acquainted!
Konstantinos writes about some indie films that are… complicated, to put it simply.
Gréta Csernik writes about the recent rise of Hungarian cinema.
A few questions for the author on his new book.
A conversation with the Malaysian filmmaker.
Shivaji Das writes about his travels in Georgia.
Ramchander writes about Bharathiraja’s OM and Parthiban’s Oththa Seruppu, screened at Singapore South Asian International Film Festival.
This time around, we have a few interviews, film analysis, art work, missives from film festivals.
Rose Dymock attended the film festival earlier this year.
Rose Dymock writes about Ken Loach’s conversation with his collaborators at Cannes 2019.
Ramchander writes about his experiences at the European Union Film Festival.
Ramchander shares a scene each from the ten European movies he watched at the film festival.
Konstantinos discusses the movie and the graphic novel that was a major influence.
Carla and Henrik attended the screening of La Novia at the EUFF 2019, representing The World of Apu.
Ram met the director and screenwriter of the Spanish film La Novia when they were in Singapore for EUFF 2019.
An interview with the inspirational film director and motivational speaker from Romania.
A short email interview with the Latvian filmmaker.
Elayabharath caught a screening of this film in Singapore and made a painting.
Jayanthi Sankar painted a set of four posters, for the movies she watched at EUFF 2019.
Kenneth Tan, the chairman of Singapore Film Society, speaks about his 29-year-long association with the European Union Film Festival.
The Dutch filmmaker tells us about his nature films and making animals act, among other things.
The designer and illustrator talks to us about art and cinema.
Aswin Ramachandran attended the Dalit Film and Cultural Festival (DALIFF) in New York earlier this year, and wrote about it for us.
Anuradha Warrier writes about the women in the progressive cinema of Nav Ketan.
Sureshkumar revisits a movie from his childhood, under very different circumstances.