Sajin Shrijith

A superb Mark Rylance delivers multiple twists in the crime drama, The Outfit

Though shot in colour, The Outfit emulates the mood of notable noir classics from the period it takes place in, especially the non-intrusive Jazz score.

24 Jun 2022

Kasiminte Kadal navigates harsh realities of life, says filmmaker Shyamaprasad

Shyamaprasad on the screen adaptation of Anees Salim’s The Small-Town Sea which is set to be screened at the Indian Film Festival, Stuttgart

23 Jun 2022

Keerthy Suresh: I promised my mother I would win the National Award for her

The actor speaks in detail about her thought-provoking lawyer role in Vaashi, taking on emotionally overwhelming characters in Mahanati and Saani Kaayidham, winning the National Award, and more

22 Jun 2022

INTERVIEW| ‘It is not the films that fail, but budgets’: Yoodlee Films VP Siddharth Anand Kumar

"The data revolution and the subsequent boom of OTT platforms have completely transformed the dynamics of filmmaking."

21 Jun 2022

Tovino, Keerthy anchor a stimulating court drama in 'Vaashi'

Vaashi is most stimulating when it finds parallels in the dynamics of two lawyers and some details of the case central to the narrative 

18 Jun 2022

Poignant, therapeutic exploration of loneliness

Finnish filmmaker Juho Kuosmanen’s Compartment No. 6 documents a fleeting moment of companionship

17 Jun 2022

'Kaadakalam makes viewers complicit in damage'

Following the Kerala State Award-winning film’s release on streaming platforms, co-writer Jinto Thomas shares the experience of making it.

15 Jun 2022

‘Filmmakers must adapt to the changing times’

Director Harikumar opens up about his upcoming Suraj Venjaramoodu-Ann Augustine feature, Autorickshawkkarante Bharya, adapted from M Mukundan’s short story

15 Jun 2022

Offbeat friendship drama bolstered by organic performances

Dear Friend has a strong sense of the setting these characters inhabit. It takes a while to figure out that the film takes place in Bengaluru against the backdrop of the startup culture.

11 Jun 2022

Inale Vare- An endurance-testing experience

Innale Vare is a film where everyone seems to be competing at overacting

10 Jun 2022

From Shreelancer to Dear Friend: Arjun Radhakrishnan in conversation

Ahead of the release of his new Malayalam film, Dear Friend, actor Arjun Radhakrishnan talks about his indie film roots, the state of indie cinema today, his roles in Pada and Rocket Boys, and more

09 Jun 2022

vA blessing in disguiseA blessing in disguise

Post the successful theatrical run of Jana Gana Mana and its Netflix release, director Dijo reflects on his journey with the film

07 Jun 2022

'Paris, 13th District' Review: Jacques Audiard impresses with another complex relationship tale

'Paris, 13th District' Review: Jacques Audiard impresses with another complex relationship tale

03 Jun 2022

‘Avasavyuham  was envisioned first as a superhero film’

Cinematographer Vishnu Prabhakar, who lensed the Kerala State Award-winning feature directed by Krishand R K, talks about creating an experimental narrative accessible to all.

01 Jun 2022

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