Category : Peacock

Peacock
November 27, 2018
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Peacock
HAS DIGITAL KILLED THE MOVIE CRITIC?

By Apurva Asrani Today everyone is a critic. The day a new film releases, patrons inside cinema halls play fastest finger first to ‘live tweet’ their reviews. So if the movie critic has to stay relevant, then he or she must have her review out early enough to avo...

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Peacock
November 27, 2018
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Peacock
MEMORIES OF BERGMAN

BY JONATHAN RODRIGUES “Ingmar Bergman was a towering figure in the Swedish film industry, which made him hard to relate to for his contemporaries. He was not a guru, and he couldn’t care less about being one. He was not interested in mentoring or supporting his...

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Peacock
November 27, 2018
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Peacock
“AFTER I RETIRE, I WILL DIRECT A MOVIE”

BY IMPANA KULKARNI “When I was a kid, I had a box with a hole in which I put pictures. I would bring the kids to watch it, then make them pay. I would earn one penny per view. That gave me this dream which I still have in my heart, that one day I will direct a movi...

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Peacock
November 27, 2018
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Peacock
“MY FILMS ARE VERY INTERNATIONAL”

BY AILEEN CARNEIRO “I belong to the younger generation of filmmakers in Brazil. Our films have been recognised in all the major film festivals overseas. I’m also a part of the young women’s generation fighting for gender equality,” says the Brazilian director...

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Peacock
November 27, 2018
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Peacock
THE HIT-MAKERS

BY KINJAL SETHIA “The ecosystem of producing films is changing is a significant way. There is a paradigm shift away from the studios and towards digital platforms,” Bobby DeLeon told The Peacock, just a few hours after the American producer (he works at Infinitum...

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Peacock
November 26, 2018
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Peacock
The Peacock – 27th November 2018

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Peacock
November 25, 2018
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Peacock
OUTSIDERS WHO LIVE INSIDE OUR HEARTS

By Apurva Asrani In a nepotistic film industry, where star children irrespective of talent or looks have the inside route to becoming movie stars, there is much respect for the “outsider” who made it on their terms. Today I pay homage to two phenomenal male actor...

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Peacock
November 25, 2018
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Peacock
“MY FILMS ARE NOT MAINSTREAM”

BY KINJAL SETHIA “I don’t like the name Master Craftsman. I am not a teacher. Anyone who listens to me today will not suddenly start making better films, which get great reviews or make money. I just hope that my experience allows me to give you some tips for you...

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Peacock
November 25, 2018
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Peacock
“GANDHI’S PHILOSOPHIES ARE TIMELESS”

BY KARISHMA D’MELLO “Non-violence may be one of Gandhi’s best known philosophies, but we struggle to incorporate it in our lives. There is a desperate need for us all to get back to our roots and ideals,” says Pavni Gupta, assistant director of the Bureau of ...

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Peacock
November 25, 2018
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News, Peacock
“THE JOURNEY FOR FILMS LIKE OURS IS FULL OF HURDLES”

BY AAKASH CHHABRA “The attrition of the Jasari language that I could observe with every new visit to Kavaratti, the prevalence of colloquial slangs, and the steady melding of indigenous traditions with Malayali dominance, roused me to place my story in Lakshadweep,...

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