Below is our handpicked selection of movies which have provoked us to think, enticed and finally moved us to enough to think of a greater collective future full of promise and hope
This article’s primary intent is to appreciate the amazing directors who gave us memorable films that left us with enormous hopes and promises for the upcoming years
Marriage Story begins with a couple of monologues describing the 10-year relationship that Charlie (Adam Driver) and Nicole (Scarlett Johansson), had from their own perspectives
Prateek Vats’s Eeb Allay Ooo is a movie which serves as an allegorical reflection to multiple issues plaguing India in today’s time.
Nisaptha Nadanam (Soundless Dance) is a Tamizh-French film made by a Sri Lankan-French director Pradeepan Raveendran
Raja Vaaru Rani Gaaru is a film which relies heavily on the nostalgia of rural lifestyle left behind. When life was simpler, and everything was innocently beautiful
Rajesh Tailang, who has been leaving his mark in the Film Industry with his remarkable acting and many other exceptional talents for the last 25 years, is now conquering the webspace
In an exclusive interview with VoxSpace, an incredible musician Keba Jeremiah talks about his foray into the Indian music industry, shares his experiences of working with the country’s best music composers
Kastoori (The Musk) is an incredibly well-made film which is very important for us to understand many things.
The film Ranj (English Title – Slow Burn) written and directed by Sunit Sinha, captures the slow descent to despair of a volatile life in the city
Adithya Varma manages to recreate the magic Arjun Reddy has, and the same time offers a new perspective for the ones who have watched the previous film