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
- Bombay Velvet: First Official Poster Analysis
- Cinema and Travel: Are they anyway connected?
- All Time Best 100 Movies: Author's Pick 2015
- Black History Month Film Festival (5th – 7th February 2015): Remembering the important people and events in the history of the African diaspora
- The Theory of Everything (2014): English filmmaker James Marsh's biopic about the celebrated cosmologist Stephen Hawking
- Force Majeure (2014): Swedish filmmaker Ruben Östlund's treatise on familial paradoxes
- Ugly (2013): Indian filmmaker Anurag Kashyap's dark tale of wicked urban escapades
- The Path of Zarathustra - A Film by Oorvazi Irani
- Barefoot to Goa - A Brief Character Analysis
- The Catalyst – A Kannada Short film by Vaishnavi Sundar
- Bhopal: A Prayer for Rain (2014) - Indian filmmaker Ravi Kumar's social commentary on India of the 1980s
- Coen Brothers Film Festival (11th – 13th December 2014): A showcase of the finest works of the filmmaking duo of Joel and Ethan Coen
- No Country for Old Men (2007): Joel and Ethan Coen's genre-transcending psychological labyrinth with existential overtones
- For Cinema With Love: Invitation for Guest Articles (Nov - Dec '14)
- A dozen reasons why Barefoot to Goa needs to be shown in theatres across India
- Interstellar (2014): Christopher Nolan's Sci-Fi extravaganza with strong intellectual and emotional appeal
- Game of Thrones - Most Memorable Characters Part I: Eddard Stark
- Game of Thrones - Most Memorable Characters Part II: Tyrion Lannister
- Gone Girl (2014): David Fincher's satire on marital infidelity, media trespassing, and capitalism
- Happy New Year (2014): Farah Khan's hackneyed orgy of excess