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      Mere Haule Dost : The Music Director’s Journey

      Divyang Arora – The music director of Mere Haule Dost I can’t remember a time when music was not a major part of my life. Right from the time I set my hands on the first MJ cassette I owned, to my first drumming lesson at the age of eight, I have never thought of any other way of life...

      Tags: movie reviews, Featured, Indie & Fest, A R Rahman, Amit Trivedi, Deepesh Rajani, Divyang Arora, Mere Haule Dost, Naren Kaushik, Nitin Raghunath, Pramida Posanipalli, Rakta Charitra, Ramgopal Varma

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        Dvandva: The Duality of an Independent Filmmaker

        During second year of my PG in WIMWI (Well Known Institute of Management in Western India), I was quite aware that I made wrong career choice. Not only grades, attendance and most importantly my interest was “land low”. I just could not see myself as a Manager working for some multina...

        Tags: movie reviews, Featured, Indie & Fest, Dvandva, Filmmaking, Independent film, Indie Film, Struggle

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          Cannes Film Festival 2013 Winners List

          The 66th Cannes Film Festival 2013 concluded on 26th May 2013.The Main Competition Jury was headed by Hollywood Director Steven Spielberg, Indian Actress Vidya Balan was also a part of this Jury. Satyajit Ray’s Charulata was screened in Cannes Classic Section, while Bombay Talkies had it&rs...

          Tags: movie reviews, Featured, Indie & Fest, World Cinema, A Touch of Sin, Amat Escalante, Anthony Chen, Berenice Bejo, Blue is the Warmest Color, Bruce Dern, Inside Llewyn Davis, Like Father, Like Son, Ritesh Batra, Satyajit Ray, Vidya Balan

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            Kashmir before our eyes – A 3 Day Documentary Festival in Mumbai

            The Films Division of India, has been screening films every Saturday for the past few months.They will now be  organizing a Film Festival with special focus on Kashmir. The festival will include not only feature films but also documentaries,short films,readings and discussions on Kashmi...

            Tags: movie reviews, Film Screenings, Indie & Fest, Documentary, Harud, JASHN-E-AZADI, Kashmir, Kashmiri Film Festival in Mumbai, Mani Kaul, Sanjay Kak, Valley of Saints

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              15th Mumbai Film Festival Diary: Day 6

              The 15th Mumbai Film Festival had an amazing choice of films and continuing over coverage of the same here is a look at the last 2 days of the festival i.e day 6 & day 7. (Also check out the highlights of day 1, day 2, day 3, day 4 and day 5)   Day 6 The Strange Little Cat This strange l...

              Tags: movie reviews, Indie & Fest, MAMI 2013, 15th Mumbai Film Festival, A Touch of Sin, All About Eve, Bad Hair, Before Midnight, Ilo Ilo, Jealousy, Katiyabaaz, MAMI, MFF, MFF 2013, Mumbai Film Festival, Palo Melo, Powerless, The Strange Little Cat, Timecrimes

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                Looking Back from the Edge

                You can read the journey of Anamitra Roy’s film so far here. Last night I taught a friend how to upload audio files on Soundcloud. She is a nice elderly woman. After this half an hour long session full of lessons, she told me, ” I never assumed you have this much of patience”.&n...

                Tags: movie reviews, Featured, Indie & Fest, Aashmani Jawaharat, Baba Ramdev, Crowd Funding, Indie Film, IPL, The One Rupee Film Project

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                  Frames Film Festival 2013: Framing a decade, celebrating a century

                  Gone are those days when you have to go to the doorsteps of the moguls of Mumbai to make movies. Digital technology has made it possible to get yourselves heard but the problem of tomorrow is going to be not to make films but to have them screened’ were the words of Mr. Mahesh Bhatt 8 years...

                  Tags: movie reviews, Awards and Recognitions, Contests, Creative, Events, Featured, Indie & Fest, BMM, Frames 2013, India;s Largest Undergraduate Film Festival, Luke Kenny, madhur bhandarkar, Mahesh Bhatt, Neetu Chandra, SIES, Udaan, Vikramaditya Motwane

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                    The Curious Case of an Accidental Film

                    Sometimes, the more you learn about something, the closer you are to its cause, the better you understand the reasons behind it. But the knowledge of the cause does not empower you with the ability to deal with it, to apply the knowledge to achieve any situation whatsoever that can be remotely ca...

                    Tags: movie reviews, Author's Corner, Featured, Indie & Fest, Delhi, Feature Film, Indie Film, Nothing Unusual, Winter, Zero Budget Film

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                      Local Kung Fu Movie Review: ‘Fun’tastic!

                      A glimpse of the thrilling action from the film without ropes There was somehow a false notion in my head that indie filmmaking in India is all about making a serious point. This was until last year when I saw Software Hardware Kya Yaaron and realized that there are a few who are willing to take ...

                      Tags: movie reviews, Featured, Indie & Fest, Assamese Cinema, indie cinema, kenny basumatary, Local Kung Fu, martial arts comedy, Movie Review

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                        IFFI 2012 Movie Reccos

                        Since the inception of IFFI in Goa i haven’t been able to attend it regularly due to several factors which eluded me from such a wonderful event. But this time due to some divine power and little bit of will, I got to go for 9 days out of 10. The festival which took place between Nov 21-30 ...

                        Tags: movie reviews, Awards and Recognitions, Events, Indie & Fest, 7 boxes, bad seeds, everybody in our family, everyday, IFFI 2012, out in the dark, rose, Rust and Bone, to kill a beaver, whote tiger