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  • Kerala tribal language film vies for Oscars

    Kerala tribal language film vies for Oscars

    The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences on Friday announced the list of 366 movies eligible for this years' Oscars race, which included the Vijeesh Mani directorial film 'Mmmmm (Sound of Pain)', a film in Kurumba language that is spoken by the tri

  • We need a balanced OTT ecosystem: Vijay Jayapal

    We need a balanced OTT ecosystem: Vijay Jayapal

    Pleased that Indian audiences will finally get to watch 'Nirvana Inn' as it gets set for its 'World Digital Premiere' on Cinemapreneur on December 11, filmmaker Vijay Jayapal whose Hindi-language psychological horror drama starring Adil Hussain, Rajshri D

  • Abolish entertainment tax: Sudhir Mishra

    Abolish entertainment tax: Sudhir Mishra

    "Theaters bring people together and facilitate a community experience. Isnt that public service? It is hard to decipher why we have Entertainment Tax in India. I mean, why would you tax people people for being happy, moved, touched, elevated, inspired and

  • Shalini Vatsa & the art of metamorphosis

    Shalini Vatsa & the art of metamorphosis

    : Dhanya in ‘Peepli Live, Kanta Bai in ‘Sacred Games, ‘Karma Devi in Gurgaon and Lata Kutty in ‘Ludo -- her quiet (and sometimes not so) intensity ascertains that the screen belongs to her no matter who is sharing the frame with her.

  • Writing 'The Lost Homestead' was cathartic: Marina Wheeler

    Writing 'The Lost Homestead' was cathartic: Marina Wheeler

    A film on Indias last Viceroy triggered a series of journeys to the sub-continent as Marina Wheeler attempted to come to terms with its partition in 1947 and the trauma that it caused to her mother. In this she succeeded admirably but could be treading on

  • Race for the Oscars

    Race for the Oscars

    It took him a while to register the news that his short film 'Kaala', which won the Best Narrative Short Drama award at Cinequest Film & VR Festival in San Jose, USA had directly qualified for the Oscars.

  • An actor must be thick-skinned: Kriti Kharbanda

    An actor must be thick-skinned: Kriti Kharbanda

    Giving up and sitting back has never been an option for actor Kriti Kharbanda who insists that as an actor it is important to be thick-skinned in order to survive. Adding that for an actor, there are always enough people to put him/her down, but very few