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.
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.
Priya Bhattacharji picks the brain of renowned Indian film curator and critic, Meenakshi Shedde, about her specialist field, career, changing perspectives and the perception of Indian cinema across the globe.
A summary of an invaluable cinematography masterclass conducted by K.K. Senthil Kumar -- the DoP of the epic, Baahubali, and its much-anticipated upcoming sequel.
A quick, dirty rating-system lowdown of the many films we caught at MAMI 2016 -- designed to help you choose, download, stream, buy and wait for these titles over the next few months.
A brief chat with filmmaker Alankrita Shrivastava, whose film 'Lipstick Under My Burkha' had its Indian premiere at the Mumbai Film Festival, winning an award at the closing ceremony.
A chat with young filmmaker Supriya Sharma, the mentee of acclaimed director Nagesh Kukunoor for Humaramovie's short-film anthology 'Shor Se Shuruaat.' It premiered at MAMI MFF 2016 in the new 'Spotlight' section.
A quick chat with first-time director Lalit Kumar about his slum-based micro-budget indie, Perverted, which is part of 'The India Story' section at the Mumbai Film Festival 2016.
We speak to Alka Raghuram, the filmmaker of the documentary 'Burqa Boxers,' which premiered back at Locarno in 2012, and plays in the India Story section at the Mumbai Film Festival.
A chat with Prithvi Konanur, the director of 'Railway Children', a quaint little film selected in the India Gold section of this year's Mumbai Film Festival.