BOM aka ‘One day ahead of Democracy’ set for theatre release

BOM aka 'One day ahead of Democracy' is an internationally co-produced independent documentary, directed by Amlan Datta, is going to hit the theaters on 23rd... read more

Screening of Taana Baana in Delhi

Magic Lantern Foundation, in association with The Public Diplomacy Division, Ministry of External Affairs and the India International Centre, is screening Taana Baana: The... read more

An appeal from a national award winning filmmaker

Amlan Datta's appeal to the President of India to allow Rajkumari and Rajesh - two children from Malana whose lives are integral to his film... read more

Rajya Sabha TV invites proposals

Rajya Sabha Television (RSTV) invites proposals from independent professionals who are keen on producing quality programmes on various subjects of contemporary relevance. read more

‘I am the Item Girl of Documentary Films’

She is not a Manolo Blahnik woman but within seconds of meeting Paromita Vohra, you can be sure why Blahnik would love to conquer her.... read more

Signs 2012 awards

'Fried Fish, Chicken Soup and a Premiere Show', 'Bom' and 'Partners in Crime' get awards at the Signs 2012. read more

Films distributed by Magic Lantern win awards at MIFF

Five films being distributed by Magic Lantern have won awards at the Mumbai International Film Festival (MIFF), 2012. read more

Review of My Migrant Soul in Time Out

Read a review of Yasmine Kabir's 'My Migrant Soul' on Time Out Delhi, by Nandini Ramnath. read more

Distributing Documentaries: A Reality Check

An article by Nandita Dutta (Dear Cinema) on the status of documentary distribution in India. read more

Bollywood takes on the censors with explicit film

Should Kaushik Mukherjee's film 'Gandu' (Asshole) - with its full-frontal male and female nudity, expletive-laden dialogue, angry rap soundtrack and off-colour title - seem like... read more

National Award for ‘Love in India’

Kaushik Mukherjee's Love in India won a Rajat Kamal (Silver Lotus) for the Best Film on Family Values in the non-feature film category of the... read more

Reality check

With recognition, better funding and distribution, the Indian documentary is reversing its begging-bowl syndrome. An article by read more

More accolades for ‘Pink Saris’

Kim Longinotto's celebrated film 'Pink Saris' wins more awards and appreciation. read more

Filmmaker’s right to expression upheld

The recent ruling by Justice S. Mutlidhar of the Delhi High Court in the case between the CBFC and Shristi School of Design, on the... read more

Review of ‘Love in India’ on Time Out

Read a review of Love in India by Kaushik Mukherjee (Q) on Time Out Mumbai. read more

Jeevika – Asia Livelihood Documentary Festival

Jeevika - The Asia Livelihood Documentary Festival will screen 21 outstanding documentaries between 27-29 August at the India Habitat Centre, New Delhi. read more

Children of the Pyre – A review

Read a review of Rajesh S. Jala's film Children of the Pyre by Shubhra Gupta (Indian Express). read more

‘Heavy on morality, light on ethics’: The Statesman

An article in The Statesman newspaper, ‘Heavy on morality, light on ethics’ Source: The Statesman 22 March 2010 Is television the new god of millions... read more

Article on Copyright: Copyright law to change

An article in the Times of India dated 25th December 2009. Source: Copyright law to change NEW DELHI: Authors of musical, cinematographic and literary... read more

Article on piracy: Dead man's test: Pirates trawl political seas!!

An article in the ‘Times of India’ dated December 19, 2009 : Source: Dead man’s test: Pirates trawl political seas We’re pirates, we love... read more