We speak to Bigyna Dahal, the sound editor in the national-award-winning team of Bengali film ASHA JAOAR MAJHE (Labour of Love).
We look back at the fantastic national-award-winning documentary by Nishtha Jain.
We look back on a charming little home-grown indie from 2014, Sulemani Keeda - a definitive B-town film about struggling writers and their lives in the Mumbai suburb of Versova.
Sudhish Kamath, who quit his job as a journalist and film critic with THE HINDU to develop scripts, writes about the perils and pitfalls of a screenwriting career in Bollywood.
Film Critic Rahul Desai looks back on some underrated works of conviction and truth in 2014; all of them largely independent, small and brave Hindi films that defied convention.
Film critic Tanul Thakur looks back at one of the defining Indian films of 2013.
Vivek Kumar, producer of 'Surkhaab', writes about a long journey that continues to throw him onto the shores of Mumbai.
Neeraj Ghaywan, director of MASAAN, speaks to us about his film on the eve of its release in Indian cinemas.
Film critic Mayank Shekhar writes about the CELLULOID MAN, an Indian documentary (2012) that explores the work of legendary film archivist P.K. Nair
Indie filmmaker and 'The Great Indian Traveling Cinema' pioneer Sandeep Mohan writes intimately about his two films, life and a ticking heart.
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