Mira Nair’s The Reluctant Fundamentalist is an intriguing, international thriller and not much is removed from the core themes of its source.
One of cinema’s greatest ever directors, Alfred Hitchcock was honoured like never before with the British Film Institute hosting a retrospective of his works in London earlier this year.
Sridevi’s sensitive portrayal of an unappreciated mother and wife in English Vinglish will tug at your heartstrings.
Deepa Mehta takes on the ‘unfilmable’ Rushdie novel Midnight’s Children and just manages to pull it off.
ParaNorman has zombies, witches and ghosts in abundance, and the filmmakers don’t shy away from portraying these creatures in their most frightening avatars.
The 1956 adaptation of Tolstoy’s War and Peace, featuring Audrey Hepburn, is a classic film worth revisiting.
Joe Wright’s cinematic adaptation of the Tolstoy classic Anna Karenina is a work of art on its own.
Anurag Basu’s latest film Barfi! will make you leave the cinema house smiling.
The rather odd, yet poetic, Korean film The Day He Arrives remains quite obscure even though critics have sung its praises.
Harold and Maude is a delightfully dark, unapologetically weird thrill of a film that prods at the heart of the human condition – love.