Polish Film Maverick And Director Andrzej Wajda Is Dead. Let’s Talk About His Cult War Film Trilogy – A Generation, Kanal, Ashes And Diamonds

Polish film director and Oscar winner Andrzej Wajda has died aged 90. The Polish Filmmakers’ Association confirmed the news. He directed over 40 feature films in a 60-year career. Some of his most famous films such as Kanal, Man of Marble, Man of Iron and Katyn, show his passion and interest in Poland’s disturbing and  chaotic wartime and

On Literary Genius Munshi Premchand’s Birth Anniversary Let’s Look At Some Classic Movies Based On His Iconic Stories

Munshi Premchand born on July 31, 1880, inspired many films that will always stay memorable, which include some unforgettable movies and creations by master directors Gulzar, Satyajit Ray and Bimal Roy. Remember Shatranj Ke Khiladi and Do Bigha Zameen, or the most recent being Tehreer, a TV series on Godan that aired on Indian national

Winner of Palme d’Or For ‘Taste Of Cherry’, Iranian Filmmaker Abbas Kiarostami Dies In France

Multi-award-winning Iranian director Abbas Kiarostami, known prominently for his 1997 film ‘Taste of Cherry’, which also won the Palme d’Or at the Cannes film festival, died at the age of 76 on Monday. A news report in The Guardian said – “Abbas Kiarostami who had traveled to France for treatment, has died,” reported the semi-official

Asghar Farhadi’s ‘The Salesman’ Bags The Best International Film Award at Munich Film Festival

Asghar Farhadi’s ‘The Salesman’ continues to fetch big honors at international film festivals. The film has emerged as the Best International Film at the Munich Film Festival. Apart from ‘The Salesman’, ‘All Three of Us’ French-Iranian comic Kheiron’s directorial debut, walked away with the festival’s audience award. The Iranian drama The Salesman won the ARRI/Osram

From Raj Kapoor And Mithun Chakraborty To Shahrukh Khan And Aamir Khan: The Awesome Journey Of Indian Cinema In Russia

Bollywood films entered Soviet Union in the 1950s purely as an alternative to western cinema. And since then Bollywood refuses to leave Russia with its love and popularity growing all across Eastern Europe. So what makes Indian cinema, and Hindi films so loved in U.S.S.R? We came across an article on The Moscow Times about the Bollywood affair

Check Out These 7 Amazing Facts About the Classic Hollywood Film ‘Casablanca’

Casablanca – which movie lover hasn’t seen this film! Directed by Michael Curtiz, Casablanca is often considered Humphrey Bogart’s best film as an actor, and Ingrid Bergman will always be remembered for her subtle yet strong performance. And did you know that no character in Casablanca ever said, “Play it again, Sam.” Here are 7

The 73rd Venice Film Festival 2016 Poster Unveiled: You’ll Love What They Are Calling The Image!

Venice is getting ready for the 73rd Venice International Film Festival 2016. They have made the first official announcement for the Venice Film Festival 2016 with what you can all the ‘teaser’ poster. The image is being described by the festival as the “moment of expectation” of cinema. Looks and sounds just right for the

Woody Allen’s Cafe Society to open Cannes Film Fest

The 69th edition of Cannes Film Festival is set to mesmerize moviegoers from May 11-22, 2016. Woody Allen’s Cafe Society will open the prestigious film festival. Woody Allens’s films have opened the festival on two earlier occasions – Hollywood Ending and Midnight in Paris. Cafe Society will play Out of Competition. It tells the story