The 47th edition of the International Film Festival of India is here. For the last successive twelve years, the festival has been a cinemat
There is a note of expectation and excitement in the air as the 47th International Film Festival of India (IFFI) opens today. The mega action this week will
By Dale Luis Menezes Writing for the Open magazine in 2011, Ajit Duara lamented that “Goa…never had a reliable recorder of its history, at least in cinema.” Bollywood depictions, he further explained, have been responsible – despite few good movies on Goa – for the lack of serious engagements with Goa’s history and culture.
Internationally acclaimed Writer and Director has collaborated as a writer with legendary filmmaker Milos Forman in Oscar nominated films, A Loves of a Blonde (1965) and Fireman’s Ball (1967).
Sand Storm Dir: Elite Zexer A tale of women stranded between modernization and anachronistic patriarchy, told through the story of a teenaged girl trapped
Poland/ North American 98 minutes 2016 Colour English/ Polish Gala Screening - Indian Premiere Director: Andrzej Wajda In 2016, Polish director Andrzej Wajd
The Happiest Day in The Life of Olli Maki Dir: Juho Kuosmanen Based on the true story of Olli Mäki, the famous Finnish boxer, this vérité-style study of the eponymous fighter’s preparation and journey won the prestigious Un Certain Regard prize at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival. Train Drivers Diary Dir: Milos Radovic The movie...
I, Daniel Blake Dir: Ken Loach With a career that spans over five decades, director Ken Loach is one of the most respected working directors today.
The Last Family Dir: Jan P. Matuszynski Director Jan P. Matuszynski makes his feature debut with a film based on the life and family of Zdzislaw Beksinski,