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WhatTheFAQ: All that's interesting about the 68th National Film Awards

The National Film Awards this year have been very intriguing. Hindi, Tamil and Malayalam films have performed extremely well and bagged the most awards. Here's more about the big night

Published on 23rd July 2022
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What happened on April 6: Russia puts an end to the absurd beard tax, first animated film releases

Yes, there was something called the beard tax and no, Russia isn't the only one who imposed it. Also, here's a little about Humorous Phases of Funny Faces  

 

Published on 6th April 2022
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This filmmaker from Assam is awakening India’s conscience to the palate of the Northeast

In conversation with a filmmaker who is on the hunt for untold tales, and seems to have an eye for the best frame possible, in absolutely any situation

Published on 29th September 2021
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#ThrowbackToday: How the prestigious Cannes Film Festival became a big deal

In today's #TBT, we talk about the much-talked-about already, Cannes Film Festival. It has become huge now, but its humble beginnings are something that we would like to explore today

Published on 20th September 2021
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How Netflix's Editing course has honed the talent of some of India's best film academics and technicians 

Netflix partnered with New York Film Academy (NYFA) to train and upskill 23 Assistant Editors. The month-long course began on April 24 and ended on May 20

Published on 18th June 2021
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This film shows a young girl from the streets making it big in the global football arena. Check it out!

Made in Madras, made by three filmmakers, tracks Sangeetha's journey from the streets of Chennai to the world cup in Russia

Published on 24th March 2021
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Half is Us. Half is Ours: Why everyone should watch this short film ahead of the Tamil Nadu elections

The film talks about the lack of representation of women in the parliament and demands that women be seen and heard

Published on 23rd March 2021
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Indian Women Rising and Educate Girls USA to raise funds to educate cast of the film Bittu

The collaboration also received the support of Global icon Priyanka Chopra Jonas who gave a shout-out to the fundraiser event, standing in solidarity with the right to education for the young girls

Published on 5th March 2021
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Here's why you should check out Prachi Batola's short film that made it to the I-View 2020 film fest 

Prachi, who completed her under graduation in Fashion Media Communication from the School of Contemporary Media, Pearl Academy Mumbai Campus in 2019, chose poetry to deliver her message

Published on 18th January 2021
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This Kolkata filmmaker will be featured at the Berlin International Film Festival. Here's why you should check out his work

Every year, around 200 filmmakers from 65 countries are featured at the Berlin International Film Festival. This year, Kolkata's Tathagata Ghosh is one of them

Published on 26th January 2021
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Ditch Netflix and Amazon Prime because this platform showcases the choicest indie films you need to watch now!

Anantha Perumal and Amrita Sekhar founded India Cinema House to showcase the best of indie cinema and virtually engage the audience with it. This is why you need to check out this cool portal ASAP! 

Published on 26th January 2021
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Rimi is a short film on the mundane life of a housewife directed by this 22-year-old Hyderabadi youngster

If a housewife hasn't danced in the rain for 20 years, is it okay to take the plunge now? This short film explores the possibility of housewives taking time out for themselves to make the most of it

Published on 20th January 2021
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This film by alumni of SRFTI sparks conversations around active euthanasia and death

An Irrelevant Dialogue is a film about an elderly couple who wants to decide when they will depart to the humble abode and they have written to the President of India regarding the same. Read on...

Published on 19th January 2021
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Why the film Like A Midnight Dream is a lesson on sketching out female characters, delivered straight from a 28-year-old filmmaker

As a writer and director, apart from researching and reading up, it is a lot about observation for Sharan Venugopal. He takes us through the shooting of his film, Oru Paathiraa Swapnam Pole 

Published on 5th January 2021
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The future of films: What to look forward to in 2021

Owing to the COVID-19 pandemic, movie halls in the country shut their doors by the middle of March to contain the spread of the virus

Published on 2nd January 2021

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