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Polite Society movie review: A young woman sets out to save her older sister from a leery arranged marriage in this enjoyable but patchy British comedy.
Published on Apr 28, 2023 02:14 PM IST
HT at Sundance | Against the Tide review: Competing in the World Cinema Documentary Competition category at Sundance Film Festival, Sarvnik Kaur's stark, unrelenting film based on the indigenous Koli fishing community in Mumbai won the Special Jury Award for Verite Filmmaking.
Published on Feb 01, 2023 05:48 PM IST
HT at Sundance | Joyland review: Ali Junejo, Rasti Farooq, Alina Khan and Sarwat Gilani deliver terrific performances in Saim Sadiq's bitingly democratic study of desire.
Updated on Jan 30, 2023 05:12 PM IST
HT at Sundance | Slow review: Lithuanian director Marija Kavtaradze's sophomore feature is powered by two resonant performances from Greta Grinevičiūtė and Kęstutis Cicėnas.
Updated on Jan 30, 2023 01:52 PM IST
HT at Sundance | Passages review: Ira Sachs' brutally honest yet frustratingly reserved study of modern relationships is a messy, exalting triumph.
Published on Jan 28, 2023 09:08 PM IST
HT at Sundance | Smoke Sauna Sisterhood review: Taking place inside a sauna in southern Estonia, this intimate and empowering documentary cuts deep.
Updated on Jan 28, 2023 11:45 AM IST
HT at Sundance | L’Immensità review: Penelope Cruz stars as a tormented Italian housewife in director Emanuele Crialese's L’Immensita, an inconsistent and laboured drama set in 1970's Rome. It was showcased in the Spotlight section at Sundance Film Festival.
Updated on Jan 27, 2023 03:38 PM IST
HT at Sundance | Cassandro review: Premiering at the Sundance Film Festival, Cassandro stars an electric Gael García Bernal as the Liberace of lucha libre, powering the uplifting yet predictable biopic directed by Roger Ross Williams.
Published on Jan 27, 2023 01:37 PM IST
HT at Sundance | Fancy Dance review: In Erica Tremblay's directorial debut, the subtext of disappearance of indigenous people establishes the need for healing and resilience within a community.
Published on Jan 26, 2023 07:43 PM IST
HT at Sundance | The Disappearance of Shere Hite review: Nicole Newnham's documentary on the groundbreaking work of feminist icon Shere Hite thrillingly reveals the flamboyant spirit of the woman who would change the discourse on female sexuality forever.
Published on Jan 26, 2023 04:41 PM IST
HT at Sundance | Eileen review: Thomasin McKenzie and Anne Hathaway cannot save William Oldroyd’s frustratingly impatient and gloomy adaptation of Ottessa Moshfegh's work.
Published on Jan 26, 2023 12:22 PM IST
Poacher review: Nimisha Sajayan, Roshan Mathew, Dibyendu Bhattacharya and Kani Kusruti star in this suspenseful and vividly atmospheric procedural investigation in the jungles of Kerala.
Published on Jan 26, 2023 07:01 AM IST
HT at Sundance | Fair Play review: Phoebe Dynevor and Alden Ehrenreich can't get enough of each other in a cutthroat, explosive thriller that isn't afraid to take ugly twists along the way.
Published on Jan 25, 2023 10:54 AM IST
Sundance Film Festival jurors Marlee Matlin, Jeremy O Harris and Eliza Hittman walked out of the world premiere of Magazine Dreams after the closed captioning device for Marlee, who is deaf, did not work. The Jonathan Majors-starrer was shown in competition at the festival on Friday.
Magazine Dreams review: Jonathan Majors delivers the performance of a lifetime as a self-destructing bodybuilder in Elijah Bynum's uncompromising character study. It premiered at the U.S. Dramatic Competition section at Sundance Film Festival.
Published on Jan 23, 2023 07:35 PM IST
Shayda movie review: Actor Zar Amir Ebrahimi gives a shattering performance in filmmaker Noora Niasari’s semi-autobiographical debut about a mother trying to rebuild her life in a women's shelter in 90's Australia.
Published on Jan 23, 2023 04:56 PM IST
Premiering in the Short Film Program section at the Sundance Film Festival, Reema Maya's second short Nocturnal Burger unfolds over the course of one night at a local police station in Mumbai.
Published on Jan 23, 2023 02:33 PM IST
Sometimes I Think About Dying review: Premiering at the Sundance Film Festival, this tender and delicately realized drama centers on the anti-social and introverted Fran (Daisy Ridley) as she has trouble connecting to people around her.
Published on Jan 22, 2023 05:14 PM IST
Actor Dakota Johnson presented filmmaker Luca Guadagnino with the International Icon award. In her speech, she joked that she was initially offered the role of a peach in the director's Oscar-winning film Call Me By Your Name.
Ahead of the Sundance Film Festival that will take place from January 19- 29, Senior Programmer Charlie Sextro talks to us about the approach in the selection of films and the many joys in the process.
Published on Jan 19, 2023 07:23 AM IST
Nocturnal Burger, directed by Reema Maya, will have its world premiere soon at Sundance Film Festival 2023 and this is her second film to premiere at the festival. In an exclusive interview with Hindustan Times, she talks about exploring the subject of child abuse in the short film.
The rise in COVID-19 cases, fuelled by the Omicron variant, had the film festival do away with the in-person event.
Published on Jan 06, 2022 05:34 PM IST
ANI | , Washington
I think some people hire me only for my eyes: Shefali Shah on craft, passion and the Delhi Crime Emmy win
“At the Sundance Film Festival, I heard a couple of people ask, ‘Is she the real cop who cracked the case?’ I felt that was a win,” the 47-year-old actor says.
Kids had previously been a very rare sight at the annual celebrity-filled festival, which thrives on glitz and glamour but has done little to meet the practical needs of movers and shakers with babies or toddlers in tow.
Updated on May 17, 2019 10:52 AM IST
Agence France-Presse | , Cannes, FranceAgence France-Presse