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‘Had 2018 failed, I would’ve flown to Dubai’: Jude Anthany Joseph

Maverick filmmaker Jude Anthany Joseph reflects on the success of 2018, filming challenges, executing a behemoth project with multiple actors, and more...

25 May 2023

'Popcity' movie review: Unique hitman story with a sense of humour

Arjun Radhakrishnan plays the central character as the kind of hitman who comes across as a breath of fresh air when placed next to earlier depictions of the contract killer in Indian cinema

16 May 2023

'2018' movie review: Stunningly staged, powerfully evocative

Jude Anthany Joseph’s survival thriller benefits from a skillfully constructed screenplay that respects all its characters irrespective of screentime

06 May 2023

Feel-good has become a reductive term today: Filmmaker Akhil Sathyan

Filmmaker Akhil Sathyan gets candid about his debut feature, Pachuvum Athbutha Vilakkum, working with Fahadh Faasil, lessons from his father Sathyan Anthikad, and more...

05 May 2023

'Neelavelicham' review: A competently made, visually inventive reimagining

Aashiq Abu and cinematographer Girish Gangadharan manage to get the best out of the scenarios spawned by Basheer’s imagination on an anamorphic canvas

21 Apr 2023

Back in the mainstream 

Actor Nithin George, last seen in Luca, Paka and Prappeda, talks about his latest, Nalla Nilavulla Rathri, a thriller starring Chemban Vinod Jose, Baburaj, and Binu Pappu, among others. 

20 Apr 2023

'Madanolsavam' movie review: Witty political satire with a short-lasting impact

Ratheesh Balakrishnan Poduval’s trademark humour strongly makes its presence known in several places, even though the film’s overall impact doesn’t match up to that of his directorial work

15 Apr 2023

‘Madanolsavam has an eternally relevant subject’

Debutant filmmaker Sudheesh Gopinath and writer-filmmaker Ratheesh Balakrishnan Poduval on collaborating for the script of Madanolsavam, which arrives in theatres this Friday

13 Apr 2023

Pookkaalam: A wholesome family entertainer designed to lift your spirits

Vijayaraghavan steals the show in a remarkable performance we have not seen the veteran do before

11 Apr 2023

'Corona Papers' review: Slightly improved, but flawed remake

Despite Priyadarshan’s interesting modifications to the original story, the film’s failure to make one emotionally invested and its inability to find a fittingly logical resolution.

07 Apr 2023

‘Class difference has taken over film appreciation too’: Filmmaker Krishand

He speaks on making waves again with Purusha Pretham, breaking conventional cinematography rules, and introducing audiences to the cinema with richer, sharper aesthetics

06 Apr 2023

INTERVIEW | ‘We are all a bit mental!’, says 'Ela Veezha Poonchira' director Shahi Kabir

Director Shahi Kabir shares behind-the-scenes details of 'Ela Veezha Poonchira', future plans, and what keeps him going.

30 Mar 2023

Veteran actor Innocent's was a life laughed well

Innocent danced in the world of humour like no one was watching.

28 Mar 2023

'Purusha Pretham' movie review: Gritty procedural with an even blend of the comic and morbid

Living and the dead have become unpredictable now,” says a character in Purusha Pretham (Male Ghost). In Aavasavyuham, it was a living being that caused much chaos.

24 Mar 2023

'Unprisoned' review: Delroy Lindo shines in heartwarming father-daughter drama

Though marketed as a comedy, Unprisoned doesn’t seem content with limiting itself as ‘light entertainment’ because it finds a way to stimulate our brain cells too

21 Mar 2023