5th March, 2019
Rishi Chandna’s delightful doc 'Tungrus' captures the life of a domineering pet rooster who terrorises a Mumbai family in their cramped suburban apartment
27th November, 2018
In her inspiring profile doc for Toyota Adi Halfin reveals how India’s first female pro skateboarder Atita Verghese is fighting outmoded gender roles.
Documentary, Film Festival, Live Action
23rd March, 2018
The British Council and BFI Flare Festival continue their global, digital LGBTQ+ online film festival #FiveFilms4Freedom.
Art & Fashion
12th February, 2018
Rahul Bhushan gets down and dirty in his showcase of the Kristy De Cunha 2018 Collection in neon swathed fashion film 'BLOW'.
Live Action, Podcasts
13th September, 2013
Developing from its humble beginnings as a directing/acting exercise into a fully blown film over several drafts, Shuchi Talati’s well observed short Mae
4th November, 2012
Before Flight of the Pompadour Karan Kandhari kicked off the A United Howl shorts trilogy with the award winning comedy Hard Hat.
Film Festival, Live Action, Podcasts
The second instalment in A United Howl, Karan Kandhari’s trilogy of shorts about misfits, outsiders and loners, Flight of the Pompadour is a charming
25th October, 2010
Rafiq’s brother has been missing for several months now. With no idea of his whereabouts or location from the authorities that took him and several
20th October, 2010
Chotu is a young boy born in to poverty. His mother sends him to work with at his Uncle Bhati’s cafe where he watches and becomes inspired by a speech
12th October, 2010
I don’t think Sarah Harris or VBS could have foreseen the level of anger 'Prostitutes of God' has provoked from certain quarters.
24th October, 2008
It’s the time of year when I get to pretend I’m hard done by; slaving away in darkened cinemas, gorging on the finest films the Times BFI 52nd
22nd October, 2008
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