Filmmakers– directors, producers and other technical departments– speak about their experiences and craft.
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.
Indie filmmaker and ex-engineer AB Chakravorty writes about the fascinating journey of his "math fiction" short film, 90 To Win. [Cricket nerds, this is for you]
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.
We take an EXCLUSIVE look into a trippy Goa-based indie film that might hit the scene very soon. "CANDYFLIP" stars Prashant Prakash, Valeriya Polyanychko, Kalki Koechlin and Gulshan Devaiah among others.
Independent filmmaker Amartya Bhattacharyya, whose film 'Capital I' is the first indie film from Odisha, expresses himself passionately about the withering state of the Indian cinema-scape.