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When I Run My Own Cinema Theatre…

rules and regulations of an ideal movie theatre

…I will officiate the following rules and restrictions. Patrons will be required to follow this cinema theatre etiquette charter and will be automatically agreeing to them as part of the ticket purchase. Network jammers will be installed with a power radius of 300 meters to prevent mobile communication of any form inside and around the […]

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Mumbai Film Festival: A Waiting Guide

A quick guide for anyone trying to wait out for the MAMI Mumbai Film Festival 2019.

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The Chronology of Modern-Day Film Promotion

A look at the chronology of modern-day film promotion in the Malayalam cinema industry and elsewhere in India.

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Best Posters of Malayalam Cinema in 2018

These are the best Malayalam posters of 2018. These are so good that they need their own set of praises.

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Rethinking Movie Disclaimers

I was watching V A Shrikumar Menon’s Malayalam-language thriller Odiyan (2018) last day and I couldn’t help but think about the disclaimers that flashed on the screen. While I have noticed the disclaimer “Violence against women is punishable under law” in plenty of other recent films, it is only now that I thought about it in […]

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David Ehrlich’s 25 Best Films of 2018

I always look forward to Indiewire film critic David Ehrlich’s annual countdown of the best of world cinema. For me, it acts as a starter to the month-long celebrations leading up the New Year, which mainly involves best-of lists about almost everything. I just completed skimming through Kottke’s 2018 gift guide (helped me for my […]

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