The Montreal World Film Festival announced its full slate of 432 films from around the globe on Tuesday, including 113 world or international feature preems. From the U.S. “The Red Robin” by Michael…
Cannes Hindi-language players "Monsoon Shootout" and "Bombay Talkies" will bookend the London Indian Film Festival, which this year runs July 18-25. The U.K. premiere of Amit Kumar's "Monsoon…
An underwhelming omnibus pic that offers a tribute to 100 years of Indian cinema.
Anurag Kashyap ended a years-long drought for Hindi films at Cannes with last year's six-hour "Gangs of Wasseypur," which premiered in Directors' Fortnight.
Tyro helmer Amit Kumar invests a schematic police-thriller structure with a compelling moral dilemma..
The winds of change are blowing across Indian cinema, particularly in the contentious ratings process. Films need clearance from the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) before they can be…
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A close-knit trio of young men determined to turn their passion for cricket into a viable business find their efforts derailed and their destinies altered by murderous religious violence in Abhishek…
A Gen Y-er in Mumbai gets reluctantly drawn into a bureaucratic nightmare when an undocumented worker collapses in her apartment in Kamal K.M.'s socially engaged and thought-provoking "I.D."
Popular Indian thesp Sridevi returns to the screen after a 15-year hiatus with "English Vinglish," a sprightly star vehicle that finds her perfectly cast as an attractive yet old-fashioned homebody…
2012 has been a boffo year for Indian cinema in Cannes, with four pics in the lineup as well as some standouts in the market.
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