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In Hollywood, the genre that has remained steadfast in paying tribute to the loner has been the western. The Cowboy remains a legend etched forever on American psyche, he won the frontiers, defended it and turned it into the land of the brave and home of the free!. says Naveen Gupta. Read More..

 


 

“Mooting? Objection my Lord!”

a Dancer turned Law student 

explains how they use drama to learn the fine  art of cross examination

It was these over dramatic court room scenes which inspired her to become a lawyer,admits Shruti Gurudanti, to the extent that it became one of her dreams to one day stand in front of the judge and shout out Sunny Deol’s legendary speech of “tareeq pe tareeq” Read More..

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Aiming for a Cultural Renaissance in India

A seminar on ARTS AND CULTURE FOR INDIAN RESURGENCE is being held at IIC, on August 1, 2 and 3, 2008 The Seminar Director is Dr. Bharat Gupt.Read More..


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BREAKING    STEREOTYPES

A Review of Girish Karnad’s new play

A family drama unravels the deep and dark mysteries of the Nandkarni family , lightly , with humour and pathos . Impeccable staging ,brilliant  cast and direction puts the "Wedding Album" on  a  must see for a fun filled evening recommends Jai Chandiram. Read More...

Girish Karnad

 

 

 

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Show and Tell

Two plain, humdrum verbs, so easy to understand and so simple to define that it is difficult to imagine there could be anybody in need of an explanation. Yet, mulls Keval Arora, for all that, ‘showing’ and ‘telling’ are useful words for what they reveal of the nature of theatrical performance. Read More...

 

 

 

 

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Manohar Khushalani

 

Columnists

Keval Arora

Bhushan B. Nagpal

Seema Bawa

Divya Raina

Joya John

Naveen Gupta

Jai Chandiram

Sharon Moist

 

How Big is Your Network?

The truth of the matter is this: We are all just 6 people away from achieving our dreams, explains Sharon Moist. However, most of us don't take the time to sit down and work through our address book, or we're afraid to ask for help because we feel like we have nothing to offer in return. Read More...


 

A COMING OF AGE FESTIVAL

 

Jai Chandiram gives her assessment of the 10th OSIAN’s CINE  FAN  FESTIVAL

The festival is not limited to screenings but understanding the cinematic cultures that surrounds “film”. Posters , sculptures, masks, provide a vibrancy  that take you through  beauty, romance, fear and  horror in the world of film.Read More...

(above) Girish Kasarvalli's 'Gulabi Talkies'

 

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Dr. Ravi Bhatia

Savita Singh

Rachna Seth

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Shikha Jhingan

Paromita Vohra

Manish Vidhani

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Tarini Sridharan

Sukrita Paul Kumar

Shruti Gurudanti

 

Film Director:Annmarie Jacir

Cinefan Fest  Closes with 'Mix Ups'

Confusion marked the closing of the Cine Fan festival. As if Anchor Koel Puri's wisecracks on the Jury were not enough, one of the award winner Annemarie Jacir was not allowed to enter the auditorioum because nobody recognised her at the entrance. However she manged to somehow push through to receive her second award on stage Read More...

TAPAN SINHA NAMED FOR

DADASAHEB PHALKE AWARD 2006

 

The Award, instituted by the Union Government, carries a cash price of Rs.One Million, a Swaran Kamal and a Shawl. Reports B.B. Nagpal. Thus, this is the second announcement of a Dadasaheb Phalke award winner during this calendar year, since Shyam Benegal was earlier this year named for this award for the year 2005.

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