Director Ritesh Batra talks Photograph, and working with DP Ben Kutchins to embrace the restrictions of real locations on which the film’s sets are modeled.
At Film Independent Forum 2019, Late Night’s Nisha Ganatra reflected on her journey, identity, and success as a mid-career female moviemaker.
Indian moviemaker Rima Das moved to Mumbai only to discover that for her, happiness and great art are found far from Bollywood.
Mobile theaters used to roam across India, screening movies. Now they are becoming extinct, as documentary The Cinema Travellers depicts.
Alankrita Shrivastava’s film Lipstick Under My Burkha came under fire in February this year. India’s Censor Board of Film Certification banned the film.
If you’re going to Sundance, you’re going to Slamdance (running January 20-26, 2017). And if you’re going to Slamdance, you’re going with MovieMaker’s recs.
Deep into the summer in Canada’s diverse, gorgeous and underrated Northwest Territories (NWT), moviemakers bask in the famous midnight sun.
On the anniversary of its theatrical debut, we celebrate The English Patient’s poetic flourishes with a poem dedicated to its haunting desert landscape.
AFI Fest (November 10-17, 2016), now in its 30th year, is entirely free, and offers a special treat for lovers of international cinema.
Anand Pandian’s Reel World: An Anthropology of Creation is a book that begins with a wonderment about life itself as a “cinematic scene.”
To be “different from a bigger crowd,” said presenter Nico Santos, was the ethos of the 11th iteration of the NBCUniversal Short Film Festival.
Aaron Wagner is the founder of the nonprofit Voices of the Children (VOTC), an organization that conducts extensive filmmaking workshops in Zaatari.
Indian director Leena Yadav weaves a few humorous, heartbreaking and bewitching tales into an insightful, entertaining, award-winning film, Parched.
If you’re a film aficionado looking for both eclectic fare and a high from buzzy world premieres, few fests beat the Los Angeles Film Festival.