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Meenakshi Shedde

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History, a ‘green screen’ game

History, a ‘green screen’ game

In fact, Arcurea also explored creative ways for archival films, or images or sound to reach and engage with the public.

14 April,2024 05:46 AM IST | Mumbai | Meenakshi Shedde
Looking for Mr Ray

Looking for Mr Ray

It now has metro stations named Satyajit Ray and Ritwik Ghatak, and my respect for the city shot to the stratosphere

07 April,2024 06:52 AM IST | Mumbai | Meenakshi Shedde
Impact: After-life of films

Impact: After-life of films

Congratulations also to Laura Longobardi and Laila Alonso Huarte, Festival Editorial Co-Directors, and Jasmin Basic, Head of Fiction Programme.

31 March,2024 06:56 AM IST | Mumbai | Meenakshi Shedde
In the underbelly of India

In the underbelly of India

His debut, Love and Shukla, (shot on a 5D camera in 10 days), was in the Busan Film Festival.

24 March,2024 06:54 AM IST | Mumbai | Meenakshi Shedde
Autopsy of marriage

Autopsy of marriage

While being a solid, nuanced, feminist autopsy of the institution of marriage, its format is a murder mystery that is as much a whodunit as a whydunit; a courtroom drama and thriller. 

17 March,2024 06:55 AM IST | Mumbai | Meenakshi Shedde
Stunning Zone of Interest

Stunning Zone of Interest

The film opens and closes with a black screen, in which we hear sounds from the camp and strain to make out what they are

10 March,2024 06:47 AM IST | Mumbai | Meenakshi Shedde
Weaponising silence

Weaponising silence

Vinothraj’s screenplay and direction radiate assurance in this powerfully feminist film

03 March,2024 05:05 AM IST | Mumbai | Meenakshi Shedde
Shambhala: Mystic journeys

Shambhala: Mystic journeys

Its selection is also a historic landmark for South Asian cinema, the first time a Nepali film has made it to the Berlinale Competition

25 February,2024 04:47 AM IST | Mumbai | Meenakshi Shedde
Fable for our times

Fable for our times

At its core, the film has a heart-warming Ken Loach-like concern about class differences and feudal exploitation, but these are intertwined with magical realism

18 February,2024 04:58 AM IST | Mumbai | Meenakshi Shedde
South Asia packs a punch at Berlinale

South Asia packs a punch at Berlinale

Raam Reddy’s The Fable is in the prestigious Encounters section. Siddartha Jatla’s In the Belly of a Tiger and PS Vinoth Raj’s Kottukkaali (The Adamant Girl) are both in the Forum section

11 February,2024 04:39 AM IST | Mumbai | Meenakshi Shedde

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