Going the indie route leads to a side of Bollywood we've never seen before.
The "Bend It Like Beckham" director talks about looking into her own family's past to find her way into telling the devastating story of the Partition of India.
The co-founder of See Saw Films on developing a strong stable of distinctive filmmakers & bringing the captivating true story of Saroo Brierly to the screen.
The filmmakers behind this documentary about the decades-old tradition of travelling cinemas in India talk about allowing audiences to see the medium anew.
The "I've Loved You So Long" star talks about how a plane ride with Jean Dujardin led to a sweeping romance helmed by the legendary Claude Lelouch.
The writer/director talks about reconciling dueling cultural identities as a Pakistani-Norwegian womand and rewriting her narrative on screen and off.
The director on making the clever long-distance relationship movie so it can be enjoyed with all the senses.
The Indian writer/director on skirting the authorities to tell a gay love story in a country where it's forbidden and the professional heartbreak that led to personal triumph.
The director of India's official Oscar entry discusses being independent in the land of Bollywood, train jumping and the toll of globalization.
The producer on her single-minded development of the culturally conscious culinary romance.
Watching his friend make a life-changing move to India inspired a career-changing moment.
The director talks about going independent for this sexually frank and funny tale of women's empowerment in rural India.