Pankaj Sachdeva writes about the different kinds of narrative significance the common "diary" represents in Hindi cinema.
In conversation with the multi-talented Afrah Shafiq, the current manager of the Dharamshala International Film Festival, about the lovely mountain town, her eclectic career, choices and philosophy.
An interview with Shlok Sharma, whose second feature, ZOO, competing in the INDIA GOLD section of the Mumbai Film Festival, is the first-ever Indian film to be shot completely on an iPhone.
A brief chat with Nicholas Chevaillier, the director of "Victor's History" -- an engaging 78-minute documentary-style film playing as part of Mumbai Film Festival's "Discovering India" section.
The director and producers of Sikkimese feature, Ralang Road, which has its Indian premiere at this year's Mumbai Film Festival, write about the making of their quaint "local" indie.