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Censorship has been a constant factor in Iranian cinema: either to curb criticism against the regime’s ideological stand or to banish what’s considered as ‘loose sense of morals’. Cultural and …
Werner Herzog’s “Lo and Behold: Reveries of the Connected World” explores the grim, weird and the fundamentally positive side of man-made marvel – internet. The veteran film-maker’s keen perspective and the absence of moralistic hand-wringing stop it from being just another documentary about the digital world.
Fueled by every possible genre of cinematic independence, the Mumabi Film Festival is here again. A time of the year when every single cinema lover like us gets pissed-off at their respective bosses and bring their ass Mumbai for this grand event. A place where people not only see films but celebrate films. They wait in queues and gossip about their love for films. A place which is more home that you make it out to be. Like a yearly ritual, we wait for this week of cinematic boners and ever enlightening storms. And while every single one of us believes in watching as many films as possible, time binds us to a bear minimum.