Virat Nehru speaks to director Nandita Das about her new film, which chronicles the life of one of the greatest short story writers of the 20th century.
We spoke to Rajkummar Rao about the evolution of the Hindi cinema hero, his relationship with Hansal Mehta, and why films with small town stories are resonating with Indian audiences.
Virat Nehru speaks with Shoojit Sircar about breaking conventions, the importance of place in films, and his love for the films of Satyajit Ray.
At the Sydney Film Festival, Virat Nehru caught up with director Shubhashish Bhutiani to talk about his film Hotel Salvation and the growing trend of Indian films focused on small towns.
A discussion with renowned Indian filmmaker Anurag Kashyap (Gangs of Wasseypur, Raman Raghav 2.0, Dev.D) on censorship in an Indian context, the relationship between art and commerce, and supporting good cinema.
We sat down with director Christina Zeidler to chat about the process of filmmaking, cities, sexuality and her latest work, PORTRAIT OF A SERIAL MONOGAMIST.
At the Indian Film Festival Melbourne we spoke to film critic Rajeev Masand about modern Indian cinema and the influence of celebrity.
We spoke to director Partho Sen-Gupta and actor Adil Hussain about their striking film SUNRISE, which had its Australian premiere at the Sydney Film Festival.
Virat Nehru sits down with first-time documentarian Gracie Otto to discuss The Last Impresario, short films and approaching documentary cinema with style.
On Canadian writer/director Richie Mehta’s first visit to Australia, we sat down with him to discuss the state of India cinema and whether there will be a time when the word ‘art house’ will not be seen as an insult by Indian film distributors.