films

Film Review: Shame

Often nightmarish, Shame can be best described as a story about neurosis and dysfunction.

When John Met Sherlock

What is really interesting is how much further Sherlock goes than the original stories in developing the characters of the two protagonists.

Sexperts and Dog Funerals

An exclusive interview with Yuki Ellias, lead actress of the refreshingly quirky indie film Love You to Death.

Cinephilia: Albert Pinto’s Wrath

Maybe Albert is not so angry after all. Maybe he’s just irritated, or insecure, or jaded.

Tall, Dark, and Dangerous

As The Dark Knight Rises approaches, we ask ourselves why women find Batman to be the most desirable of all superheroes.

Q Fest 2011: Being Seen, Being Heard

The two-day L.G.B.T. festival coordinated by Open Space is back in Pune and takes place over this weekend (Dec. 10-11). Details inside.

Cinephilia: No Orchids for Miss Blandish

This isn’t the kind of bad film that has become everyone’s punching bag over time. Far more humiliatingly, it has just been ignored.

Cinephilia: Guide

A film that was daring enough to traverse conventional boundaries and present to its viewers a slice of life of a maladjusted lover.

Cinephilia: Rear Window

On why Alfred Hitchcock’s celebrated Rear Window is not just a thriller.

Film Review: Noukadubi

If you are a connoisseur of films that leave a lingering aftertaste like gourmet French wine, watch Rituparno Ghosh’s Noukadubi.

Film Review: John & Jane

Ashim Ahluwalia’s disturbing film is about a different kind of imperialism: a psychological one.

Made in Bollywood

We might as well take pride in our cute little obsession instead of trying to pretend it doesn’t exist.