Cannes Film Festival 2018
The first ever Festival of Commonwealth film is on 14 and 15 April at the British Library, London.
Q’s Garbage unfurls like a beautiful scream of pain and rage against Indian society gone dystopianly wrong.
The Hungry updates Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus to India’s modern-day elite.
Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra’s epic Mirzya is a lavish Bollywood Romeo and Juliet extravaganza with music, action and a fantastic international cast. Mirzya CAUTION: Here…Read More
Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra’s stunning Mirzya receives its European premiere at the 60th BFI London Film Festival.
Exposing India’s labyrinthine judicial system, Chaitanya Tamhane’s debut feature Court brings a slow dread to the impossibility of justice.
In Mumbai, a lunchbox accidentally delivered to the wrong person leads to a romance by correspondence between two lonely people.
Caught between tradition and progress, Mira Nair’s The Reluctant Fundamentalist turns Mohsin Hamid’s bestselling novel into a cat and mouse thriller.
A colourful journey through India’s rich history, Deepa Mehta’s Midnight’s Children is a beautiful adaptation of Rushdie’s unfilmable novel, vibrant and beguiling.
Reinventing Hardy’s Tess Of The d’Urbervilles in a colourful India in its own glorious revolution, Michael Winterbottom’s Trishna is a bitter fall from grace.