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Peacock
November 25, 2018
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GOAN ART, GOING PLACES

BY VIVEK MENEZES In his milestone 2007 essay on the art and artists of Goa, the critic and curator (and award-winning poet) Ranjit Hoskote wrote, “Goan art has long been an invisible river, one that has fed into the wider flow of Indian art but has not always been ...

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Peacock
November 25, 2018
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Peacock
The Peacock – 25th November 2018

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Peacock
November 24, 2018
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“I THINK IT”S A GOOD TIME TO BE A WOMAN”

BY JONATHAN RODRIGUES “The cinema of a nation is only as free as the people of the nation,” says Orly Ravid, the US-based veteran film distribution professional and entertainment lawyer. “I find censorship absolutely disgusting. People who inject politics into ...

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Peacock
November 24, 2018
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BABY MAKES THREE

By AILEEN CARNEIRO Each year, most of the cast of characters at the International Film Festival of India revolves and refreshes anew, but The Peacock remembers. From a previous edition, we have fond memories of the dynamic young Sri Lankan filmmaker couple, Ilango...

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Peacock
November 24, 2018
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Peacock
‘GLOBAL ICONS: RAY AND ADOOR’

By Apurva Asrani [caption id="attachment_23386" align="alignright" width="600"] Scene from Jalsaghar (1958), directed by Satyajit Ray (Illustrated by Nishant Saldanha)[/caption] When we think of Indian filmmakers who have left an indelible mark on world cinema, tw...

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Peacock
November 24, 2018
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The Peacock – 24th November 2018

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Peacock
November 22, 2018
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The Peacock – 22nd November 2018

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Peacock
November 22, 2018
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MILLENNIALS RISING

BY VIVEK MENEZES Millennials in India are the largest single generation ever produced by any country in the history of the world. There are upwards of 450 million of them (there are somewhat varying ways to tabulate exactly who fits in this demographic category), alr...

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Peacock
November 22, 2018
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Peacock
LIVING ON A PERMANENT MOVIE SET

By Chryselle D’Silva Dias As Ponjekkars (residents of Panjim), we often have a front-row seat to the magic of cinema. The narrow lanes and by-lanes of this heritage city, with its colourful old houses, quirky shop fronts, stepped streets and general all-round charm...

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Peacock
November 22, 2018
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Peacock
“I’LL MAKE MY NEXT TIGER FILM WITH A BOLLYWOOD CAST”

Nandini Dias Velho In 2009, the Travel Operators for Tigers group awarded their lifetime achievement award to a tigress. The magnificent “queen of Ranthambore”, Machli was calculated by the organization to have deposited at least $100 million dollars in the India...

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