You are bound to come across a lot of collective narratives on Facebook every time you log in. From the everyday activists on your newsfeed, to the ‘Me, Myself, and My Selfie’ propaganda pushers, everyone wants their inch of ‘What’s … Continue reading 10 Short Documentaries To Watch Via Facebook Right Now | #Perspectives
By Dr. D All you want on a Saturday night is your girl and a movie that delivers. The girl is guaranteed to be happy with that disclaimer, although I can’t say the same for the movie that … Continue reading 10 Things I Learned From Watching Baby Driver
Growing up with the boys (my tribe of cousins), even though I never had a superhero costume like my brothers’, I’d make my peace in a swimsuit and a cape, whizzing past dumbstruck uncles and aunts, imagining I’d soon … Continue reading #InReview – Wonder Woman | Our Time Is Now
“The festival is an apolitical no-man’s land, a microcosm of what the world would be like if people could make direct contact with one another and speak the same language”. Jean Cocteau (*As quoted on the ‘About‘ page of the festival … Continue reading Top 10 Cannes #LoveList|The Ones To Watch
I’ve become habitual to loving a certain kind of cinema—the kind that draws me in completely—where everything is centered on the story being told and over the course of life revealing itself on celluloid…the film manages to suck me into … Continue reading The 3 Risks Shakun took that made Kapoor and Sons a Winner
Exploring love, sex, and relationship in its diabolical, complex, and unpredictable form, here’s a little synopsis of the films I dream of watching as soon as I get my torrent, subscription, or stream on! The Lobster: Directed by Yorgo Slanthimos starring Colin Farrell and … Continue reading The #love list of movies from #cannes2015 I can’t wait to watch.