Filmmakers– directors, producers and other technical departments– speak about their experiences and craft.
Cinema enthusiast Bhaskar Tripathi writes about his relationship with the films of Anurag Kashyap, a landscape-altering director he has grown to love and understand over time.
Propelled by the recent CBFC 'Udta Punjab' controversy, filmmaker Vasan Bala writes a passionate, eye-popping piece about the tragically cruel journey of India's contemporary storytellers.
Vipin Sharma, who many recognise even today as Mr. Awasthi (Ishaan's father in 'Taare Zameen Par') writes a heartfelt piece about the film and superstar that changed his life.
Vasan Bala, the talented filmmaker behind 'Peddlers' (Cannes Critics' Week 2012), speaks about his journey, frustrations, his stubbornness and vision, Bombay Velvet (which he co-wrote) and much more.
Upcoming filmmaker Rukshana Tabassum sits down for a long, inquisitive chat with accidental actor and accomplished filmmaker Rajat Kapoor - about all things 'Aankhon Dekhi', theatre, struggling, producers, indies, stars and life.
Sudhish Kamath, who quit his job as a journalist and film critic with THE HINDU to develop scripts, writes about the perils and pitfalls of a screenwriting career in Bollywood.