It’s time to press rewind on the last seven days.
The history of violence against America’s LGBT community leads from Orlando back to Stonewall
Documentaries on the original disruptors reveal a painful and occasionally triumphant struggle. Read more here.
The magic of 1980s hit ‘Jalwa’, starring Naseeruddin Shah as a hunk on a drug trail
Gul Anand and Pankuj Parashar came together in 1987 to produce a narcotics drama that also happens to be immense fun. Read more here.
‘Brahman Naman’ director Q talks about the ’80s, sexual repression, and the state of indie cinema
The explicit comedy, about a group of needy nerds from Bengaluru, will be premiered on Netflix on July 7. Read more here.
What to expect from the Vidya Balan-starrer ‘Begum Jaan’, a remake of the Bengali hit ‘Rajkahini’
Srijit Mukherji remains at the helm, but the story has moved to the Indo-Pak border. Read more here.
Japanese filmmaker Masaki Kobayashi was a studio rebel with a cause
His cinema underlines the contradictions and hypocrisies of post-war Japan. Read more here.