Freitag, 20. Juli 2018

The essence of love never changes - Filmkritik zu "Kuchh Bheege Alfaaz"

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(nw) „The essence of love never changes“* - Nicola Westermann hat sich für uns den Eröffnungsfilm des Indischen Filmfestivals „Kuchh Bheege Alfaaz“ [Rain Soaked Words] angeschaut.

Montag, 25. Juni 2018

15. Indisches Filmfestival Stuttgart vom 18. bis 22. Juli 2018 im Metropol Kino

(PM) Mit der modernen Liebeskomödie 'Kuchh Bheege Alfaaz Rain Soaked Words' von Regisseur Onir startet am Mittwoch, 18. Juli 2018, das 15. Indische Filmfestival Stuttgart. 

Dienstag, 1. August 2017

Vinod Kapri: "Newton is very good, but a bit unrealistic"

The Stuttgart Film Festival has been proven to be an excellent source to interview upcoming Indian film makers, but also experienced ones, such as Vinod Kapri. Born in 1972, Vinod is actually a journalist (Zee News, Star News, ...), who comines his knowledge with film making. He was awarded by National Awards for his documentary "Can't Take This Shit Anymore" and presented his new film "Pihu".

Mangesh Joshi: "I was influenced by European cinemas"

(tg/kj) One of India's great film makers influenced Mangesh Joshi to become a director. But it was also the Greek film maker Theo Angelopolous, who made his impact while Joshi taking his career steps. During the Stuttgart Film Festival, he presented his new movie "Lathe Joshi" which is spoken in Marathi with English subtitles. We had the opportunity to speak with Mangesh.