An encounter with the director who made Z, a political thriller set in a mystery country that inspired a guessing game on its release in 1969 and has become a classic since
A new book revisits the film Amar Akbar Anthony and shines light on director Manmohan Desai’s enduring legacy
Director of Paan Singh Tomar Tigmanshu Dhulia on tightfisted critics, producers he could perhaps kill, and what his experience of theatre and television taught him about filmmaking
The director of the seminal Albert Pinto Ko Gussa Kyoon Aata Hai on his career as a novelist, the West’s racist ideas and why he found films “very limiting”
One of South India’s most talented directors is proving himself an utter waste in trying to appeal to a wider market, his Raavan being a glaring case in point.
Making a movie is all about having the patience to endure long intervals. This author has taken eight years, with several abandoned projects in between, to debut as a director in Bollywood.