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South Asia Monitor by Gautaman Bhaskaran
Tiger Man Mike Pandey
India's Tiger Man Mike Pandey to Helm Film with Bollywood star John Abraham
By Gautaman Bhaskaran
South Asia Editor
Mike Pandey is no Jim Corbett – who once upon a time roamed the hills of the Himalayas shooting down rogue man-eating tigers and leopards. But Corbett Sahib as he was fondly called by those ...

Egypt's First Edition of El Gouna Film Festival Screens Sparkling Fare
By Gautaman Bhaskaran
South Asia Editor
The ongoing first edition of the El Gouna Film Festival on Egypt's Red Sea Coast threw up some interesting works. A work that was riveting was Finnish auteur Aki Kaurismaki's The Other Side of ...

El Gouna Film Festival Opens with Sheikh Jackson
By Gautaman Bhaskaran
South Asia Editor
The first edition of the El Gouna Film Festival started in style on Friday evening with a star-studded party where just about who's who from the Arab cinema world turning up in a exquisitely decorated ...

New Egypt's El Gouna Film Festival to Add Colour to the Region
By Gautaman Bhaskaran
South Asia Editor
The first El Gouna Film Festival in Egypt begins on Sept. 22, 2017 and certainly fulfils a pressing need of the Middle East-North African region. At the moment, MENA has just about two movie festivals ...

India Stands Shamed after Racial Attacks near New Delhi
By Gautaman Bhaskaran
South Asia Editor
India now stands shamed, truly shamed, with the United Nations asking New Delhi to help ensure justice to the African victims of the recent attacks in Noida. Part of the central Indian State of Uttar ...

The Dashing Pedro Almodovar to Chair Cannes Fest Jury
One of the most flamboyant movie directors is the Spanish master, Pedro Almodovar – who this year will chair the jury of the world's most important film festival at Cannes, which begins on May 17, 2017. ...

Korean Cinema Comes to Chennai in India
Korean cinema comes to Chennai now. The just-established Indo-Korean Cine Club will show movies once every three months. To begin with, "Pacemaker" and "A Reason to Live" will be screened on March ...

The Horror of Custodial Death
Nothing can be more heinous than a custodial death. If the keepers of law, policemen, themselves turn killers, snuffing out the very life they are supposed to guard and take care of, it is nothing but travesty of ...

Modi Is the Man We Need in India
Once, Narendra Modi was an untouchable. A key leader of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), a staunchly Hindu nationalist organisation, Modi attracted a black mark after the 2002 Gujarat riots. ...

Mumbai’s Child King
Often there is a misconception in India that child protagonists in a film means that the movie concerned is children’s cinema. This fallacy has remained and refused to go away, despite some brilliant fare by ...

The Cocktail at Cannes
Cannes Film Fest Begins on a Hollywood Note
Mumbai Terrorized Again
Venice Lines Up Impressive Jury
Cannes Film Fest Begins on a Delightful Note
No Indian Movie at the Festival
Meaningless Film Censorship
This Bloody Life!
Mumbai and Pusan Film Fest Establish Ties
On Road, in Rage
India Picks Wrong Films for Oscars
Robert De Niro to Head Cannes Film Fest Jury
Someone Killed Jessica, But of Course!
Middle Eastern Cinema Hits Hard
Dubai Film Fest Opener
Dubai Film Fest to Unravel Diverse Selection
Indian Police Cut Corners to Tackle Crime
Goa Festival Not God's Own
"West Is West" Sets IFFI Sailing
Fine Cinema at the Coming Dubai Film Festival
"The King's Speech" to Set the Fest Rolling
Abu Dhabi Film Festival a Fantastic Mix of Cultures
The Venetian Storm
Frieda's Venice
Jafar Panahi's Music Soothes Souls
"Black Swan" Opens Venice Festival
Festival to Bounce with Youthful Energy
Shame and Scandal Plague Commonwealth Games
Child Needs Compassion, Not Cane
A Beast Called Beauty
Adoor Gopalakrishnan: A Life in Cinema
Bhopal Gas Tragedy: A Crime Called Bhopal
Honour Killings Are India's Shame
Cannes Film Festival And Poetry
Cannes More Art Than Glamour This Time
An Indian Pilgrimage to Cannes
Maoist Rebellion in India
Asians to Carry the Torch at Cannes
Cannes Film Festival and Probables
"Robin Hood" to Open Cannes Film Festival
Persecution of Artists
The Only Two Real Races This Year
Curry Bashing in Australia
US Director Tim Burton to Lead Cannes Jury
India's Car Boom Creates Its Own Chaos
Making Idiots Out of Men
Indian Girls Find Paris Hilton’s Shoes Too Hot
Mexican Film Wins Top Prize at Marrakech
Ben Kingsley Hopes to Be an Envoy for Cinema
Movie Director Hopes Obama Would Solve the Palestine Problem
Nandita Das on Marrakech Jury
A Decaying Film Festival
Marrakech Festival a Boon for Local Cinema
Panorama Selection Questionable
IFFI to Open on a Note of Visual Lyricism
South Korea to Be Focus at the Film Fest
Dalai Lama’s Tawang Visit Vexes Beijing
Why Mumbai Film Fest Scores over Goa
Mumbai’s Young Movie Critics Ready to Tear Apart Cinema
India Is Still Hungry for Food
Honor Killing through Lens at Mumbai Festival
11th Mumbai Film Festival to Open with Matt Damon's "Informant"
Film Festival to Showcase Some Gems
Can India Host 2010 Commonwealth Games?
A New Irritant in India-China Ties
The Venetian Sorrow
The Tiger War
Israeli War Film Wins Venice’s Top Golden Lion
Politicians Livid over Festival Movie
"Bad Lieutenant" Creates Bad Blood between Two Directors at Venice
Clooney and Damon Star Attractions at Venice
Muslim Bashing Must End
Mumbai Film Festival Prizes to Be among the World’s Highest
An Indian Juror in De Sica Land
India's Gays Can Now Love without Fear
Moore's "Capitalism," 70 Other Films to Premiere
An Indian Summer at the Lagoon City
Festival May Be Strong on European Fare
A Tamil Film with a Difference
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince: But Where Is the Magic?
India Is Racist Too
Hollywood Bungles in Bollywood
The Tragic Tale of the Indian Tiger
Cannes Jury Honors Chilling Tales
Lars Von Trier’s Sex and Horror
Gems and the Cannes Film Festival
Market and the Cannes Film Festival
Keats Poetry, Campion’s Reading
Lou Ye’s Controversial Disaster
Clash of Titans on the Croisette
Sexy Sirens and Political Propagandists
Is Sharmila Tagore the Right Choice for Cannes Jury?
The Stars in Cannes’ Dark Skies
Cannes Courts Controversy
Indian Elections: A Circus of Villains
Festival Unveils Lineup of Masters
Beyond Bollywood’s Melodramatic Mishmash
India's Infrastructure at Breaking Point
Guessing the Festival Goodies
Kate Winslet the New Face of Brilliance
Tarantino’s ‘Basterds’ to Spit Fire at Fest
Animated Film, Up, to Open Festival
Smoking Screen
Oscar-Rich Penelope Set to Master English
Cannes Honours Clint Eastwood
Renowned French Star to Chair Cannes Jury
Fable of Mr Benjamin Button: Riveting Cinema
The Mangalore Molest
Aamir Khan Film Is a Bad Copy
Slumdog Millionaire: A Warped Picture of India
It May Well Be the End of Agony in Sri Lanka
Woody Allen’s "Vicky Cristina Barcelona"
International Film Festival of India
Mumbai Terror
Marrakech Int'l Film Festival Has Grown
Marrakech Int'l Film Festival
Marrakech International Film Festival
Shambled Secularism
Benegal’s Sajjanpur
India and The Oscars
A Riveting Movie on Islam's Crisis
Venice Festival Blues
Venice under the Hollywood Spell ?
A Riveting Movie on Islam's Crisis
Venice Festival a Haven for World Premieres
Pakistani Films Come to India, at Last!
Tamil Super Hero Rises Again
The Comic Fantasy
The Smoking Screen!
Bollywood and Beyond at Stuttgart
New Film May Spell Hope for Bollywood
Indian Cinema Feeds Deceit
An Indian Film on an American Power Plant
India Not At Cannes
Cannes Line-Up
Writer Taslima Nasreen Forced Out of India
India Inspires World Fashion
Mills & Boon
"Jodhaa Akbar" Creates Controversy in India
Sania Mirza Subject to Ridicule in Native India
Sarkozy and Bruni Love Causes Moral Outrage
India and the Oscars
Marrakech International Film Festival Reviewed
Paranoid Park
Cannes 2007: Killings
The Spy Case
The Good and the Not So Good
French Society Is Flawed
Mumbai Blasts
Bollywood Superman
First Kashmiri Film in 20 Years
Chinese Influence Seems Unstoppable
Cannes Film Festival 2006: Minimalism, Too
Cannes Fest Prizes
Cannes Film Festival 2006: Great Delights
The Da Vinci Code
Missing Tigers
The Despair of Tibetans
Trilateral Stratagem To Slow China's Growth
Sri Lanka Crisis
Hollywood Movies Doing Well In India
Peace Pipe
Mangal Pandey: The Rising
Honda Clash
Bush-Manmohan Singh Pact
Satyajit Ray, Still India's Most Noted Movie Icon
Ban on Cigarettes in India
"Match Point" Excoriated by Britons
Crisis In India’s Hindu Nationalist Party
Manmohan Singh’s One Year
58th Cannes International Film Festival Begins
Indo-Pakistan Cricket Diplomacy
U.S. Visa Refusal
The 7th Deauville Asian Film Festival Closes
Seedy Film Journalism
Indian Tigers Butchered in Broad Daylight
No Oscar for Scorsese, Yet Again
Nepal in Turmoil As King Sacks PM Deuba
History Repeats in Struggle for Free Press
India Could Have Prevented Tsunami Deaths
Argue over Freedom on Internet
"City of Gold" Dubai Stands like Oasis in Desert
Towards a Solution to the Kashmir Problem
India & China Rising
Bush Victory and India
Indian Robinhood
After 9/11, World Links Muslim with Violence
India's Great Heritage Taj Mahal in Danger
"Kashmir": A Never Ending Thorny Issue
The Village -- A Silly Joke
Jakarta Bombing Aimed at Aussie Premiere's Pro-US, Anti-Terror Policy in Oct. Election
Millions of Indians Go to Bed Hungry
Sri Lanka's Ethnic War Knows No End
Over 600 Tibetan Monks, Nuns Should Be Freed
India's Schoolgirl Killer Hanged in Controversy
3 Kidnapped Indians Endure Agonizing Torture
Musharraf's Sets Deadline on Kashmir
Usefulness of Nepalese Monarchy in Question
Temple of Learning Turns into Grave of Death
AIDS Keeps Threatening the Poor in Asia, Africa
Fearful of Dowry Parents Kill Newborn Girls
Hot Discussion on Death Penalty in India
India's Flag of Democracy Kept Unfurled
Politics Dominates Cannes Int'l Film Festival
Intolerance Grows before India General Election
India's Cities Prosper as Country Folk Starve
Fears of Strife Continue in Sri Lanka
India, Pakistan Form Friendly Ties
Torture, Rape Occur in Indian Classroom
World Leaders Must Take Stand against Nukes
India's Cities Prosper as Country Folk Starve
India, Pakistan Form Friendly Ties
Cell Phones Bring Joy, Sorrow World Over

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