It’s a year since Virus released, and actress Rima Kallingal, co-producer of the film that detailed Kerala’s battle against the Nipah virus, writes about their journey.
Fearless Nadia, Sulu and Sivagami have given us proof that they have what it takes to lead us in unprecedented times
People think claustrophobic movies such as Trapped, Room and Helen are going to be the toughest to watch at this point, but I’d argue that it is films like Salt N Pepper or Julie And Julia, which have us helplessly craving for something as primal as tasty food.
The Malayalam director talks about the unexpected and undesired relevance of his 2019 medical thriller, the links between better Public Healthcare and a socialist government, and the purpose of art.
From Last Week Tonight to Aashiq Abu’s Virus to K3G, a list of things to watch and read to help keep you informed, entertained and distracted through the Coronavirus pandemic
The actor talks about how she shifted from academics to theatre before finding a place for herself in cinema
The leading Malayalam director on the “very small” Kerala industry, its unforgiving audience and undoing the mistakes of Gangster
Register now for a special screening of Aashiq Abu’s acclaimed thriller Virus
There’s an enormous amount of dignity in the narration. No one wears makeup. The actors seem as committed as those doctors and nurses were
One needs to watch Virus to understand where Malayalam cinema stands today. In no other industry can you manage to bring together so many top performers to tell a story
Ahead of Virus, the elusive writer of Sudani From Nigeria talks about Muslim representation in Malayalam cinema, its inclusiveness and the way Africa was portrayed in his film