The Image Book (2018) – Godard Wages War On The Cinematic Image

“When a century slowly dissolves into the next century, some people transform means of survival into new means It’s the latter that we call art” ― JLG If the ‘image’ be considered the “means of survival”―survival of information, survival of culture, survival of the very memory of the human race―then Continue Reading

24th Kolkata International Film Festival 2018: 25 New Films To Watch

It is that time of the year again. The 24th Kolkata International Film Festival is about to begin and will be screening 171 feature films, 150 short films and documentaries from across 70 countries, spread across 16 venues between November 10 and November 17, 2018. 15 films will be competing Continue Reading

The New Wave of Political Satire — An Interview with Julian Radlmaier

For admirers of Buñuel and Godard, Julian Radlmaier’s brand of cinema should feel right at home while also offering a fresh take on well-trodden subjects. This new experimental filmmaker, based in Berlin, has impressed festival audiences and critics alike with his debut feature Self-Criticism of a Bourgeois Dog (which we have Continue Reading