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Mumbai Film Festival Postponed to Next Year Amid India’s Virus Outbreak

The Mumbai Film Festival is postponing its 22nd edition to 2021 as India continues to grapple with a worsening outbreak of the novel coronavirus.

‘Buoyancy’: Film Review

A Cambodian boy looking for a better life is sold into slavery aboard a Thai fishing trawler in 'Buoyancy,' Rodd Rathjen’s first feature and Australia’s Oscar submission.

‘Last Headhunters of the Nagas’: Film Review | Mumbai 2019

Five octogenarians in India’s remote Nagaland reminisce over their days of hunting human heads in Aryan Biju Baruah’s documentary debut, 'Last Headhunters of the Nagas.'

‘Every Inch of My Being’ (‘Roam Rome Mein’): Film Review

In Tannishtha Chatterjee’s directing bow 'Every Inch of My Being' ('Roam Rome Mein'), she co-stars with Nawazuddin Siddiqui ('The Lunchbox') as siblings who embark on twin journeys of self-discovery between India and Italy.

Mumbai: ‘Honeyland’, ‘Eeb Allay Ooo!,’ ‘Bombay Rose’ Among Festival Prize Winners

The full prize list of the 21st edition of the Mumbai Film Festival.

Mumbai: Franklin Leonard Talks Writer-Agent Standoff, Black List India Plans

"My contention has always been that the agent should be representing the best interests of the client and the client should have reasonable expectation that they are doing so," said the founder of the popular screenplay survey website at a master class at the Mumbai Film Festival.

Fernando Meirelles on Working With Netflix on ‘Two Popes,’ Marvel Films Making Him “Sleepy”

Following 'The Two Popes', his first film for Netflix, the acclaimed director is developing his next project for the video giant, which will be based around climate change.

Mumbai: ‘Changemakers’ Authors on How Women Are Transforming Bollywood

Journalists Mallika Kapur and Gayatri Rangachari Shah's book 'Changemakers: Twenty Women Transforming Bollywood Behind the Scenes' spotlights the Indian women who are creating stories that are "more relevant, more contemporary, more real."

Mumbai’s Industry Program Initiative Discusses Role of Festivals in Age of Streaming

The Mumbai Film Festival's newly launched Industry Program initiative on Sunday included a specially curated session featuring Toronto International Film Festival executive director Joana Vicente, Telluride Film Festival executive director Julie Huntsinge and Clare Stewart, former head of festivals at the British Film Institute and former director of the Sydney Film Festival.

‘Invitation’ (‘Nimtoh’) Film Review | Mumbai 2019

The mysterious antagonism between a boy and a wealthy landowner in Darjeeling is explored in Saurav Rai’s first feature, 'Invitation' ('Nimtoh').

Mumbai Hidden Gem: How ‘Slow Burn’ Captures the Urban Isolation Found in Delhi

Sunit Sinha's directorial debut 'Slow Burn' revolves around an immigrant from Punjab who finds himself rootless when he moves to the Delhi for work.

Mumbai: Places to Escape to After the Festival

The Hollywood Reporter's quick guide on destinations within easy reach of Mumbai for those with a spare few days after the festival.