Filmmakers– directors, producers and other technical departments– speak about their experiences and craft.
Director Vasan Bala writes about a childhood incident behind the nutty genre-fluidness of his latest film, a lovingly crafted homage-action-comedy called "Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota" that releases in cinemas on March 21st.
Our 'graphic' chat with the passionate Raj Khatri, one of the foremost movie-poster designers in India, about his craft, his personal work and the perception of poster art in a nation still coming to terms with the key mediums of moviemaking.
Based on his own experiences, independent filmmaker Kenny Basumatary details, step-wise, the extremely important process of securing a Censor Certificate. His third film, Suspended Inspector Boro, releases in cinemas soon.
Kara Studios' Karan Murarka writes about his journey from an average student to a reluctant computer engineer to the founder of India's largest short-film channel, The Short Cuts.
An extensive interview with Udayan Baijal, a "specialist" assistant director for International productions in India, and an artist who has carved out a unique career in independent, social storytelling.
Two young Delhi-based filmmakers write about their career decisions, storytelling passions and pragmatic motivations after the launch of their small production house and first two short films.
The passionate activist-director of "Martyrs Of Marriage" - a documentary on the misuse of dowry laws - writes about her journey and lists down some valuable pointers for aspiring filmmakers.