Thursday , 22 March 2018


Censorship in India is always going to be in constant flux, Shekhar Kapur

  RAMNATH N PAI RAIKAR | NT NETWORK Stating that censorship of films is “a point of view”, the noted actor-producer-director, Shekhar Kapur said that an environment without censorship is undesirable, and furthermore, freedom of speech should not be absolute. Please like & share: Read More »

“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere”   

When Sanal Kumar Sasidharan submitted his film S Durga for the Indian Panorama for IFFI 2017, little did he know, he would get involved in a court battle with the Government of India. He spoke to NT BUZZ about the unsavory episode and the prospects of the film being screened at IFFI this year Please like & share: Read More »

SHG’s fish curry, rice missing at Inox Courtyard

Over the past few years, local Goan food prepared by Self Help Groups (SHG) from around the state was an added attraction at Inox Courtyard, with the serving of some delicious, homemade Goan food, savouries and sweets. While this year, they have been shifted to the food court near Bioscope village, many delegates aren’t aware of this fact and are ... Read More »

MIFF gets overwhelming response

The Mumbai International Film Festival for Documentary, Short and Animation Film (MIFF), will begin on January 28, 2018 at the National Centre for Performing Arts, Mumbai and will conclude on February 3. Please like & share: Read More »

‘Social media helps in self-documenting’ Manish Desai

SACHI NAIK | NT BUZZ Director general of Films Division, Manish Desai spoke on the new trend of self-documentary on social media at an open forum held on the topic, ‘Crowding the social media; is documentary the only source of genuine information?’ on November 26, 2017 at Old GMC Building. Please like & share: Read More »

‘Sentiments and not language should dominate the songs’

  RAMNATH N PAI RAIKAR | NT NETWORK Although you have sung a number of successful songs for movies relating to different genres, your style is the same and seems to be highly influenced by Sufi music. Any special reason? Please like & share: Read More »

Stealing away hearts with innocence

Inspired by a real life incident National award-winning filmmaker, Vinod Kapri’s film ‘Pihu’ opened the feature film category of Indian Panorama section at the 48th International film festival of India (IFFI). NT BUZZ caught up with ‘Pihu’ Myra Vishwakarma and the team to know more about the making of the social thriller Please like & share: Read More »

Infrastructure, funds and planning essential for a film festival

The panel for the inaugural session of Open Forum titled ‘New Challenges in Organising Film Festivals’ agreed on the requirement for good infrastructure, funds and proper planning to organise film festivals. Please like & share: Read More »

S Durga awaits screening slot at IFFI 2017

Despite the Kerala High Court directing the 48th IFFI organisers to screen the Malayalam film, ‘S Durga’, the film has not found a slot, yet. Lead actor of the film Kannan Nayar, having borne costs of travel, food and accommodation, is here to seek answers and ensure the film is screened. NT BUZZ talks to the actor to know more ... Read More »

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