And some not-so-subtle hints aimed at MAMI programmers for films we're still pinning our hopes on!
One of its many attractions is the fact that the films screened here are exempted from the Censors.
'The Cinema Travellers' took home two awards while Davy Chou's Cambodian drama 'Diamond Island' was the winner of the top prize.
The film unfolds like a low-key thriller.
Same same, but different.
One of the most telling moments in Obaidah Zytoon's stunning documentary The War Show is a face-off between two sets of protesters in a small Syrian town square, one that lies completely in ruins. Bot...
Falling in love in Saudi, the most gender-segregated nation in the world, is not romantic but a political act. 'Barakah Meets Barakah' offers a rare insight.
What rock do all these cinephiles who attend MAMI suddenly emerge from every year? It's a thought I have every single year, when I stand in queues and overhear — or have — conversations. A...
Nearly a decade on, Cristian Mungiu's Palme D'or-winner 4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days (2007) continues to be one of the most devastating films I've ever watched. His latest, Graduation (originally Baca...
There goes that diet. The 18th Mumbai Film Festival has officially begun, kick-started by a fabulous opening ceremony at the newly refurbished Royal Opera House. For regular attendees such as this wri...
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Rohit Mittal's feature film debut, a mockumentary about a deranged auto rickshaw driver, is sharply written and impeccably acted.
This indie, which has received several positive reviews on the film festival circuit, is a drama on the complex relationship between three men.