Cinema is not only his passion, but also his greatest obsession. His all-time favorite movie-makers are Akira Kurosawa, Stanley Kubrick, Luis Bunuel, Andrei Tarkovsky, Charles Chaplin, Orson Welles, Federico Fellini, Ingmar Bergman, Satyajit Ray, Fritz Lang, Sergio Leonne, Francis Ford Cuppola, and Martin Scorsese.
An eclectic selection of avant-garde, auteur-driven, thought-provoking films from across the globe that aims to acquaint the masses with the realm of cinema, especially as the ultimate medium of human expression.
Latest Blog Posts
- All Time Best 100 Movies: Author's Pick 2014
- Mysteries of Lisbon (2010): Chilean filmmaker Raúl Ruiz' Dickensian drama about lust, honor, jealousy, and compassion
- Mysteries of Lisbon (2010): Chilean filmmaker Raúl Ruiz’ Dickensian drama about lust, honor, jealousy, and compassion
- Multiplexes Vs Old Cinemas: How the movie viewing experience has evolved over the years?
- Nymphomaniac (Vol. 1 & 2) (2013): Final Installment in Danish filmmaker Lars von Trier's Depression Trilogy
- Jinnah (1998): Jamil Dehlavi's controversial biopic on Muhammad Ali Jinnah starring Sir Christopher Lee in the titular role
- Berlinale 2014 Winners
- The 64th annual Berlin International Film Festival: A Synopsis
- The Counselor (2013): Ridley Scott's riveting crime thriller based on a screenplay by Cormac McCarthy
- We Have a Pope (2011): Italian filmmaker Nanni Moretti's interesting insight into the world of papacy
- The 6 Best Underground Film Festivals in the World to Visit in 2014
- Pacific Rim (2013): Guillermo del Toro's sci-fi extravaganza
- Gertrud (1964): Danish master filmmaker Carl Theodor Dreyer's final chilly masterwork
- Best Screen Performances: Part I
- Get Carter (1971): British filmmaker Mike Hodges stylish crime thriller that set the tone for the gangster films of the '70s and the '80s
- Magic (1978): English filmmaker Richard Attenborough's psychological masterpiece featuring a tour de force from Anthony Hopkins
- The Damned (1969): Italian filmmaker Luchino Visconti's haunting saga of moral and cultural decadence
- Best Films of Orson Welles
- The 63rd annual Berlin International Film Festival: A Synopsis
- Duck, You Sucker! (1971): Italian maestro Sergio Leone's treatise on greed, cowardice, heroism and friendship