From Malabar with love: Endearing portraits of human spirit of 'Sudani From Nigeria' director Zakariya Mohammed
Zakariya Mohammed’s Halal Love Story, released on Amazon on October 15, tells the story of Malabar's home-cinema movement that started nearly two decades ago.
Documentary Review | All or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur is an intimate portrait of the club, behind-the-scenes action
For lovers of the Beautiful Game, the nine-episode TV series shot using sweeping artistic freedom is a ringside view of a major football club and for Spurs fans, it is a treasured family album.
Film Review | The New Corporation is truly a ‘necessary sequel’ that unmasks corporate charm offensive
Premiered at the Toronto film festival, The New Corporation: The Unfortunately Necessary Sequel is perfectly timed. It calls corporations out for their greed as the coronavirus pandemic exacerbates poverty and inequality.
A suitable film festival in Toronto
The 45th Toronto film festival adapts to the times with a hybrid edition to help a debilitated movie industry.
This year’s Venice festival to feature first-ever Gujarati film
Shot in Valsad district, Anita by Sushma Khadepaun announces the arrival of the Indian short format
This university operates from inside a central jail
As campuses around the country remain closed, a new university in Rajasthan is open and pioneering an unconventional education model inside a central jail
Art connect: India's major art events prepare to 'celebrate life'
Kochi biennale and international film festivals in the country are getting ready to engage with community.
New film project amid COVID-19 pandemic shines light on lives of two Kerala nurses in Mumbai
The debut feature film by FTII alumna Payal Kapadia will be looking for funding in France on a virtual platform organised by the Cannes film festival.
Streaming the football spectacle: 7 films to keep drama and emotion around the world's most popular game alive
While the novel coronavirus pandemic has closed down sporting action like almost everything else, there are some football films to watch, for fans and others.
Cannes goes online, to help Indian films hit by coronavirus
Virtual film market in Cannes to provide succour to Indian industry professionals.
Doctors in China, India wrote about isolation over 2,000 years ago: Peter Frankopan
Peter Frankopan's 2015 book The Silk Roads: A New History of the World sold 1.5 million copies worldwide and was named among the 'Books of the Decade' by the Sunday Times, London.
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