Film | Hoop Dreams (1994)

Considered as one of the most influential documentaries, Hoop Dreams is also regarded as one of the best. Seeped in reality, the film follows William Gates and Arthur Agee, two basketball NBA dreamers/hopefuls, from their Freshman Year in School till admissions into College, a period of about 4 […]

The Tea Seller of Nandgaon

Sitting cross-legged amidst his confectioneries he was starting to get impatient. “Aap rehne he do, nahi bechni aur kachori aapko” (leave it now, I don’t want to sell any more kachoris to you) he said with slight irritation. There was no anger in his words, only his speech […]

Film | Fly a Legacy (2012)

Memories! Memories that live on. Fly a Legacy is a personal celebration of memories, memories that have left a legacy behind… I’ve known Ronnie B. Goodwin for a few years now, through Facebook. My first interaction with him happened when I reviewed his exceptionally wonderful short film Shooter, […]

Film | Radioman (2012)

He’s been called a “cultural institution” by Tom Hanks. To some, he is a lucky charm. With countless guests and blink-and-you’ll-miss appearances in films, Radioman is a person that defines the city of New York. I have often called myself a film enthusiast or even a film fanatic, […]