Find out what’s in store!
Konstantinos makes a case for dystopian films.
Maneesh Krishnan writes about Sidney Lumet’s classic.
We spoke to Aanchal Kapur, the founder of Kriti Film Club.
Parshathy J Nath speaks to Garggi Ananthan, who played the lead role in the Malayalam film Run Kalyani.
An interview with journalist and author Namrata Joshi
Denin Rajkumar’s artwork presents Tamil film personalities in new and unexpected ways.
Harini Pryor writes about The Shoplifters, Hirokazu Kore-eda’s Palme d’Or-winning film.
An excerpt from Reel India: Cinema Off the Beaten Track, a nonfiction book by Namrata Joshi.
Find out about the features in this issue!
Upamanyu takes us through the process of making Wade, a climate change horror film.
Paroma writes about the animated film, The Breadwinner, set in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan.
Amit Agarwal writes about the newly released Netflix film, Axone.
Konstantinos lists ten of his favourite monologues from films and television shows.
Anusha writes about the men in Eeb Ally Ooo! and Nasir.
A conversation with the director and two of the cast members of the feature film DOTS, shot and produced remotely during lockdown.
Ramchander gives us a taste of Isai’s poems that observe life through the lens of Tamil cinema.
Antara creates a comic panel based on the futuristic movie Her.
Sanjana watches Roopa Rao’s Kannada film Gantumoote and draws her thoughts.
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Editor’s note; but Anusha gets carried away.
Julia Shiota revisits part of the legendary artist’s filmography.
Konstantinos has a few questions up his sleeve!
Shakila Zamboulingame analyses the representations of women in this iconic Tamil film from 1952.
The team behind Baaki Pictures talks to us about documentary filmmaking.
Brett Chapman talks to us about his short films, his filmmaking journey, and his influences.
Ramchander recaps for us a panel discussion he attended during SGIFF 2019.
Rafaella shares with us a couple of poems from her collection Prelúdio in Blue.
Pranav Kumar writes a poem inspired by Bergman’s Cries and Whispers.
Keerthana’s rendering of visuals from the Lebanese film Capernaum