Filmmakers– directors, producers and other technical departments– speak about their experiences and craft.
Filmmaker Kabeer Khurana writes about the making of his new short film, DALI.
Journalist & podcaster Aparita Bhandari writes about the making of Darmiyaan, a fiction podcast about two ex-lovers reuniting in the city that defined them.
Production designer Sai Sharma delves into the step-by-step process of his craft: a crucial cog in the filmmaking wheel.
Filmmaker Sushma Khadepaun writes about why she made ANITA, the first-ever Gujarati short to play at the Venice Film Festival.
Actor-filmmaker Vipin Sharma writes about how Goa inspired the making of his improvised new short film, MISSING.
25-year-old LA-based filmmaker Ragini Bhasin writes about the making of her short film, GHAZAAL, which has played at over 20 film festivals worldwide.
Indie filmmaker Vaibhav Munjal writes about his gloomy lockdown mood, and why he feels like a hopeless character from one of his favourite films.
Indie filmmaker Stanzin Raghu ruminates on the meaning of "failure" in context of today's world.
Long-time indie filmmaker Sandeep Mohan writes about the making of his latest, NIRMAL ANAND KI PUPPY, a unique film co-written by...his dog.
Creative producer Prashen H. Kyawal writes about the fulfilling and challenging journey of making India's first POV film, RAKKHOSH, which is now streaming on Netflix.
A professional art designer writes about the positive impact of technology on the entertainment industry.
Filmmaker Sharad Raj writes about the journey of his fiercely independent and crowdfunded film, "Ek Betuke Aadmi ki Afrah Raatein".
Filmmaker Vaibhav Munjal writes about the origins and ambitions of his unique movie-recommendation show on Youtube, CHALCHITRA TALKS.
An art designer writes about his career, ambitions and the significance of his craft as more than just a hollow device of movie publicity.
Director Pranjal Dua writes about the journey and making of the music video for Zykr's cover version of the classic, "Lithium".
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.
"Lost the Plot" founder Nikita Naiknavare writes about Film Caravan: a one-of-a-kind travelling film, music and performing arts festival.
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.