Tag: Room

Feral Kids

On-Screen Feral Kids: A Timeless and Spellbinding Subject

It’s fascinating to witness the slow ‘domestication’ of (supposedly) feral kids, brought up with limited or no access to human world; nurtured by nature. Maybe, because at some level they represent the…

A24: Hollywood’s Last Best Hope

Hollywood’s latest slate of summer blockbuster extravaganzas left a sour taste in many cinemagoer’s mouths with many bloggers asking if this was “The worst summer ever for movies?” While the major Hollywood studios…

Room [2015]: “The Boy and The World”

Lenny Abrahamson’s Room is poignant. Room is evocative. Room is devastatingly beautiful. There is a magic in creating a world in a child’s perspective. To capture and display the innocence, the purity, the sheer amount of confusing vastness of the world is no mean feat. Writer Emma Donoghue, who is also the writer of the book that the film is based upon, and director Lenny Abrahamson manage to do just that.

15 Great Performances of 2015 not nominated at the 88th Academy Awards

Every year, it is not possible to accommodate every deserving performances in the Oscar categories of Acting. A large number of excellent performances by Film Actors and Actresses have been ignored, overlooked, snubbed, or passed over every year, and this year is no difference. Here are the 15 Great Performances of 2015 not nominated at the 88th Academy Awards that are worth mentioning, and treat to watch on the screen.

20 Must See Films at JIO MAMI Mumbai Film Festival, 2015.

The Mumbai Academy of the Moving Image (MAMI) is one of the few bodies in our country that’s trying to and mostly succeeding in its attempt to bring renowned films from all over the globe at one single spot. The film students, genuine movie lovers and anyone who has ever loved the art of motion pictures religiously awaits The Mumbai Film Festival every year.
Following the tradition, the 17th annual Jio Mami is here. In addition to having a great deal of fascinating world cinema