Director Goutam Ghosh, a member of the organising committee of the KIFF, said that the despite the pandemic situation and the deferment of the festival from November 2020 to January 2021, it was organised successfully as works of acclaimed directors were screened from January 8 to 15 with large-scale participation of people. … [Read more...] about KIFF: ‘Bandar Band’ of Iran adjudged best film
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“A highlight among the VHS tapes is a French TV series J’ai fait un beau voyage. The episodes in this series features interviews with the legendary Italian filmmaker Roberto Rossellini, who directed such masterpieces as Open City and Paisan. The series broadcasted from January to August 1959,” said Mr. Magdum. … [Read more...] about NFAI acquires Vijaya Mulay’s personal collection
Producer Saviraj Shetty expressed his excitement and said, “I am honoured to announce that Taxi No. 24, as our first film is also the very first project in the industry to complete its entire making from pre-production to post-production after the lifting of the lockdown. I would like to dedicate this victory to the relentless diligence & dedication of our entire production team. It is their unwavering commitment that enabled us to achieve this privilege during these unprecedented times. We resumed production after obtaining all relevant government permissions and ensured shoots were conducted in a controlled environment with strict compliance to all government rules, regulations and safety protocols.” … [Read more...] about Taxi No. 24 teaser poster featuring Mahesh Manjrekar, Jagjeet, Anangsha out!
Producer Saviraj Shetty expressed his excitement and said, “Working with such a dynamic and energetic team brings in a lot of new learnings every day. I am super excited to have on-boarded such a great casts which further makes the journey and experience of film making very enriched. I can’t wait to get the project on floor.” … [Read more...] about Mahesh Manjrekar and Jagjeet Sandhu to star in ‘Taxi No. 24’, first look out now!
Early on in the film, Kunaal Roy Kapur as Milan (a writer who is helping Nayantara on her autobiography), describes Anuradha as, “rude and stony-hearted.” What he misses adding is that she is also a tad bit irritating. 15 minutes into the movie, I was desperately waiting for a subtle Kajol. All her emotions seemed heightened, and in most parts, she appears to be trying too hard to be believable. … [Read more...] about ‘Tribhanga’ movie review: Of mothers, daughters and then some