Against the Tide examines Mumbai’s Koli community’s drift between tradition and progress.
“I want us to confront our own biases and all the ways in which we enact power over others,” explained filmmaker Arafat Mazhar of his cautionary tale of technology and intolerance in Pakistan.
Aamis can be simultaneously read as a slow-burning forbidden romance, an allegorical nod to socio-cultural repressions, and as macabre corporeal horror.
Richie Mehta’s Delhi Crime uses taut cinematography to distract from its propagandistic storyline.
A new documentary, premiered at Sundance, shows how intuition and tireless image and footage capture makes a film.