JIO MAMI 18th Mumbai Film Festival With STAR To Open HALF TICKET With The Little Prince

The opening film will be screened at PVR, Lower Parel Monica Wahi, Founder-Director of the regional cross-border network South Asian Children’s Cinema Forum is the curator of Half Ticket The … Continue reading JIO MAMI 18th Mumbai Film Festival With STAR To Open HALF TICKET With The Little Prince

Jio MAMI 18th Mumbai Film Festival with Star to Promote Cultural Exchange with Bhutan

          Dasho Karma W Penjor, Hon’ble Secretary of Ministry of Information and Communications, Bhutan to lead a nine-member delegation to the Mumbai Film Festival Mumbai, October … Continue reading Jio MAMI 18th Mumbai Film Festival with Star to Promote Cultural Exchange with Bhutan

The rich hues of Pakistani culture come to life on one Cinematic Canvas in Romantic Comedy, Janaan

Releasing on 9th September, for EId ul Azha Friday 2nd September 2016 – Pakistani cinema is set to establish a new benchmark on a global platform in romantic comedy, Janaan, … Continue reading The rich hues of Pakistani culture come to life on one Cinematic Canvas in Romantic Comedy, Janaan

A Toast to Filmmaker Shonali Bose and Margarita, with a Straw!

She lost her son right before giving birth to her groundbreaking second film. Based on the sexual journey of a young woman (brilliant played by Kalki Koechlin) challenged with cerebral … Continue reading A Toast to Filmmaker Shonali Bose and Margarita, with a Straw!

“Angry Indian Goddesses” Bless Pan Nalin In New Ways

From a  tea-seller and story teller with no paper to write on, Pan Nalin has carved a name for himself in the lists of global cinema greats. Joyeeta Ray speaks … Continue reading “Angry Indian Goddesses” Bless Pan Nalin In New Ways

Hansal Mehta’s ALIGARH To Release In February

Set in a small town in Uttar Pradesh from which the film takes its name, ‘Aligarh’ is the story of a professor, Dr. S R Siras (Manoj Bajpayee) fired from his position … Continue reading Hansal Mehta’s ALIGARH To Release In February

Deepa Mehta’s “Beeba Boys” shakes up the myth of a serene, scenic Vancouver

Guns, cocaine, bhangra, funky hair, flashy suits, flamboyant love, violence and death mingle with a generous splattering of heavy swear words and light banter to present “Beeba Boys” on screen. … Continue reading Deepa Mehta’s “Beeba Boys” shakes up the myth of a serene, scenic Vancouver