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Writer, director Rojin Thomas shares what it's like to direct a film at just 20

Philips and the Monkey Pen director says that it takes a good script to make a director confident 

Published on 1st March 2017
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Wondering what to do and where to eat in Hyderabad? This Instagram handle will guide you

Run by true blue Hyderabadis Manasi Chaudhari, who is a lawyer by profession, and Pallak Sancheti, who owns an advertising agency, Hyderabuddy handle has over 2,000 followers

Published on 5th February 2018
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With the XL Cinema app, the blind can now 'watch' Indian movies with audio descriptions

Visually impaired people can now experience movies like never before, courtesy this app that provides detailed audio descriptions of what's going on between dialogues

Published on 19th September 2018
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With his short film Kaaley, Director Hamza Ali shows us the flip side of demonetisation 

A crew of 10 to 12 people accompanied Ali while shooting. His editor dropped out at the last moment so, Ali had to edit the movie himse

Published on 16th October 2018
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With his short film 'Galpa Alpa', director Biswajit Kuldi is stepping into a genre that is new to him

Biswajit Kuldi was also a cinematographer of I Have A Dream which was one of the selections for the Children's Rights Film Festival

Published on 14th September 2019
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Why does queer filmmaker Malini Jeevarathnam obsessively make movies on LGBT issues?

The protégé of Kabali and Kaala director Pa Ranjith, Malini makes cinema that is grounded and extremely focused on LGBTQIA+

Published on 30th October 2019
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Why you need to watch Andrew Thomas' compelling short films ASAP

From juggling college and a design job to make short films, Andrew's filmmaking journey is one that beats most cinematic scripts. Check it out

Published on 3rd April 2019
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Why you have to watch Nila Madhab Panda's climate change film Kadvi Hawa ASAP  

Director Nila Madhab Panda has been helping us swallow the bitter pill of environmental calamities through his films. With his latest, Kadvi Hawa, he is at it again

 

Published on 29th December 2017
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Why wedding photographer Richa Kashelkar is asking grooms to get off their high horse

Richa Kashelkar shares her personal experience as a photographer and why she has decided to speak openly about animals and loud weddings

Published on 11th November 2019
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Why TVF's Kota Factory is the ode to the studious Indian nerd who dreams of exam glory - that we all need to watch

TVF's latest web series Kota Factory has taken the internet by the storm. We catch up with its creator Saurabh Khanna
 

Published on 30th May 2019
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Why this short film will make you feel the pain of India's farmers

Yashowardhan Mishra, Director and Writer of short film Mandi talks about the agrarian crisis and the problems faced by farmers in India

Published on 22nd October 2019
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Why the women behind indie film 'All About Michelle' need your support to tell their story today

With an almost all-women cast and crew, Apoorva Marur is crowdfunding to direct a thriller, for which she has also got on board women farmers from Zaheerabad who will shoot the movie

Published on 27th November 2018
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Why Navy officer Amiya Patra went from riding the sea to seeing through a camera's lens

The former defence man talks about his journey of discovery, how he left the service and how his movies have evolved over time

Published on 4th August 2018
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Why Milan Siraj's short film Kambam, which is setting the college festival circuit alight, will make you never book a seedy room for a romantic getaway

Milan Siraj talks about his debut short film Kambam, which discusses rape, sex tapes and the power of extortion in a modern Indian setting riddled with age-old societal constructs

Published on 17th April 2017
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Why Kannada film Gantumoote should be on your must-watch list

Roopa Rao talks about her new film, Gantumoote, which is doing the rounds at international film festivals and why she believes parallel cinema will always have an audience

Published on 26th June 2019

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