This year is undoubtedly the year of the Malayalam cinema. They have had some of the best films not only of this year but I would say these films could compete for the best of the decade.
Arguably, I’d say 2019 has been one of the driest phases of Tamizh cinema, with a very few films making the cut
Little Things has always found its bearing in telling a whole chapter in its season, which leaves you satisfied and smiling
Mehsampur becomes anti-matter, or rather an anti-film, which will in time accumulate its own ethical and moral dust, to become a genre in itself.
If you like long expertly written conversations about morality, insanely well-acted scenes, and beautiful production design – The King is for you
Kastoori (The Musk) is an incredibly well-made film which is very important for us to understand many things.
Saand Ki Aankh is a film about the various struggles that the famous sharpshooters duo – Tomar Sisters (or famously referred to as Shooter Dadis) went through before they could enjoy the success
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
There are a lot of new bold voices putting the industry on the national radar. One such pioneer of a filmmaker is our guest today, Raj B Shetty
IndianRaga is a collaborative initiative, founded by Sriram Emani, a graduate from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Boston
Mervyn Rozz is a naturally hilarious entertainer who has struggled to create a pathway of his own to suit his diverse interests
Andrij Parekh is one of the most adaptable and forward-thinking filmmaker/cinematographer working on the world stage right now.
In an exclusive interview with Voxspace, we got to have a chat with this extremely talented indie artist, music composer and playback singer, Sooraj Santhosh