Our latest behind-the-scenes artist featured is Maulik Sharma, a specialist "trailer editor" in conversation with IIF contributor Aditya Khanna.
Our interview with the eloquent Prateek Vats, whose debut feature EEB ALLAY OOO! has been selected at the prestigious Berlinale 2020 after winning the Golden Gateway at MAMI 2019.
We have a long overdue conversation with Sid Meer – post-production wizard, master colourist and 'Bridge Postworks' founder – about the specifics of his craft and the "look" of indie filmmaking in India.
An interview with hybrid filmmaker Megha Ramaswamy, whose new music-themed series, The Odds, featuring Abhay Deol and Yashaswini Dayama, is setting the festival circuit alive.
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.
Manoj Sharma chats with Hardik Mehta, whose first feature-length film, Kaamyaab, starring Sanjay Mishra, recently screened in Paris after the 2018 Busan Film Festival.
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.
Our chat with filmmaker-curator-indie-champion Ritu Sarin: the charming co-founder of India's most attractive film festival, DIFF (Dharamshala International Film Festival).
Our interview with a prolific new-age cinematographer in Indian cinema, Pooja Gupte, who has - while breaking glass ceilings - shot some of the more interesting work in recent years.
We take a look at what the director of Shuttlecock Boys, Hemant Kumar Gaba, had to say about the making of his film and the independent-film landscape back in 2012. Much has changed, but so much remains the same.