How a septuagenarian American man keeps classic Indian films alive
Narayan Lavate’s lifelong pursuit of death
The Criminal Justice and Police Accountability Project (CPAProject) is a research and litigation intervention against criminalisation of communities and on decarceration.
The documentary on the ‘Pocket Hercules’ Manohar Aich won a special jury award at the National Film Awards.
Why is there such a dearth of good quality content at home when there’s so much Oscar-winning talent?
It’s no surprise that Usha Bane’s one and only tryst with acting in Chaitanya Tamhane's Court was a such a standout one. She played a manual scavenger’s widow, whose life struggles resonated with eerie similarity to her own.
The six part series looks at fading community traditions in Meghalaya.
Ismat Chughtai was a rebel from the outset with her sharp eye and ready wit.
Doniger’s account of the Kamasutra attempts to reinstate the book in the canon of Sanskrit literature.
As Mumbai woke up to India’s Independence Day with songs of patriotism (of Shaheeds, Jawans and Khoon ) blaring through everywhere, in an alternate universe a feminist docu film festival was stirring to life.