As Cannes is around the corner we bring to you yet another special issue on Indian cinema. With interviews such as that of produce-director Vidhu Vinod Chopra and actor-turned-director Nandita Das, we give you an insight to the Indian cinema. We also take you behind the scene on the journey of filmmaking through various step. With this and many more about the cinemas of India, we hope you enjoy the stories as much as we did in bringing it to you.
Costumes have traditionally played a crucial role in the success of Indian films, especially period films, biographies or the films showing extravagant Indian weddings. Use of technology has only enhanced the lure further. When an Indian goes to see a film it’s to lose himself in a different world and to go back home full … Continue reading Film Costumes →
“Cinema is Crossing Borders” With a few of the highest grossing Hindi films such as Munnabhai MBBS, 3 Idiots and PK in his kit, Vidhu Vinod Chopra made his debut in Hollywood with Broken Horses in 2015. As Indian cinema is experimenting with different subjects and crossing borders, it’s a good time to make … Continue reading Exclusive Interview with Vidhu Vinod Chopra →
Despite the challenges that come along with being regional cinema, two of the five film industries of south India – Telugu and Tamil cinema – worked against odds to produce a few of the most commercially successful and critically acclaimed films. In the eyes of amateurs, Indian cinema is just a mix of an elongated … Continue reading South Indian Cinema →