Hollywood actor is keen to make a mainstream Bollywood film; will start talking to Indian directors about it
East Timor’s Beatriz’s War won the top Golden Peacock Award at the 44th International Film Festival of India, which ended on Saturday evening. The prize carries a cash component of Rs.
At a session with graduate students at the St Xavier’s College yesterday, some of them felt that film adaptations from literature never worked. The book was always better than the movie.
In just a month’s time, it will be one year to the brutal gangrape of a 23-year-old girl in Delhi. The incidence that shook the collective conscience of the nation has inspired a documentary film, which was screened recently in the Capital.
Action-thriller Bullett Raja starring Saif Ali Khan and Sonakshi Sinha hits theatres today. Also releasing on Friday is animation flick Frozen.
After being part of Bhojpuri, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu films, actor Neetu Chandra has debuted in a Greek film in which she plays an Indian Goddess of Love.
It’s not just actor Dimple Kapadia who’s making news these days for her return to the big screen as a solo lead, but there’s yet another character who’s taking centre stage.
A land of sun and surf for tourists, Goa has a murkier side as well. Konkani film Baga Beach deals with the state's underbelly -- paedophilia, drug abuse, hatred for migrant workforce and a wish to escape.
While speaking to us at the 44th edition of IFFI in Goa, Veteran Czech film-maker Jirí Menzel talks about his interest in subjects from his daily life and reveals why he is strictly against making ‘issue-based’ films.
General delegate of the Cannes Film Festival Thierry Fremaux believes that Cannes has an enormous responsibility towards promoting world cinema, including Indian movies.
With a rich lineup of movies from Poland, an ongoing film festival in town shows us some of the best cinematic talent from Central Europe.
Indian actor Victor Banerjee and Sri Lankan director Prasanna Vithanage will be on the five-member jury at the International Film Festival of India, which rolls on November 20 in Goa’s Panaji.
Afghani director Siddiq Barmak describes the dismal state of film-making in his war-torn country, which hardly has any movie theatres.
The Mumbai Film Festival set to run its 15th edition from October 17, has a wide spread of 200 movies from 65 countries. There are some unusually different kinds of films categorised under titles such as Kabul Fresh...
Four cinephiles have created an online archive of films and film-related material as a tribute to Indian cinema in its centenary year. Riddhhi Doshi