May 15, 2020

After a few years silently working and gaining more momentum with each film, Eliza Hittman has become a strong contemporary cinematic voice. Backed by Sundance’s artistic belief and support in her work ever since her short “Forever’s Gonna Start Tonight” in 2011, throu...

May 7, 2020

*Warning: contains spoilers*

It’s a controversial title, and one already touched on by most media outlets like Wired, the Guardian, and even the University of California. However, given the absolute horror with which they are met on the internet now, it’s worth explorin...

[Contains spoilers for Netflix show Never Have I Ever]

The hype surrounding Lang Fisher and Mindy Kaling’s new show Never Have I Ever has been simmering since its announcement in March. It finally boiled over in late April, and surprisingly seeped itself through family...

April 27, 2020

Major Film Festivals Across the World Join with YouTube to Announce 'We Are One: A Global Film Festival' Starting May 29

The 10-day digital festival, produced and organized by Tribeca Enterprises, will feature programming from 20 festivals including Berlin International...

April 21, 2020

The Lift-Off Global Network has been growing its community for almost a decade, and has been a vital connecting platform for hundreds of people in the film industry. From scriptwriting workshops to first-time filmmaker showcases, and 11 film festivals around the world...

April 18, 2020

Ominous plant Little Joe takes Audrey Two’s place in what at first appears to be an art house version of ‘Little Shop Of Horrors’ – yet though the plants have the same goal, Little Joe’s way of manifesting itself is far more disturbing than the man-eating yet comical,...

March 30, 2020

Armando Iannucci is an accomplished director, writer and producer, whose works include highly acclaimed and politically-charged sitcoms such as ‘Veep’ (2012) and ‘The Thick of It’ (2005), and more recent acerbic Soviet-era satire ‘The Death of Stalin’ (2017). His lates...

March 23, 2020

Todd Haynes’ ‘Dark Waters’ follows a man’s quest to punish the DuPont Corporation for knowingly dumping toxic waste within a region of Virginia, USA. It’s a film narrative that has been done before, but this does not mean it does not bring anything new to the table. Ma...

March 21, 2020

It’s 2002.

Monsoon Wedding has just released, and the world is enchanted by Mira Nair’s spun story of marriage, reunion, healing, and love. The wedding of Aditi Verma and Hemant Rai is magnetic: it brings together family from abroad, connects new lovers, and surfaces in...

March 10, 2020

After expressing an interest in developing my viewing repertoire of Non-English speaking films, I was offered the chance to attend Ciné Lumière’s ‘Cinema Made in Italy’ event, which spanned from the 4th-9th of March. The program dedicated time to not only screen the la...

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