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Night of hypocrites

OSCARS 2018

Night of hypocrites

The Shape of Water’s big wins show that Hollywood still has its head in the clouds

By Navin J Antony
Celebrating history and diversity

OSCARS

Celebrating history and diversity

At this year's Oscars, there was less anger, and more hope

By Diya Mathew
Oscars 2018: The list of winners

ACADEMY AWARDS

Oscars 2018: The list of winners

Here's the list of all the winners at Hollywood's biggest event of the year

Web Desk
Oscars 2018: Jimmy Kimmel nailed it… almost

ACADEMY AWARDS

Oscars 2018: Jimmy Kimmel nailed it… almost

Hosting the Oscars is risky business

By Anjuly Mathai
The Frances McDormand moment at the Oscars

ACADEMY AWARDS

The Frances McDormand moment at the Oscars

McDormand's parting flourish, "Inclusion Rider", was brave and hard-hitting

By Sneha Bhura
Coco's victory: Latin pride in the time of Trump

OSCARS 2018

Coco's victory: Latin pride in the time of Trump

The Pixar film has an all-Latino cast and integrates colourful world themes

By Sneha Bhura
Meet Sufjan Stevens, the indie-folk sensation who took Oscars by storm

OSCARS 2018

Meet Sufjan Stevens, the indie-folk sensation who took Oscars by storm

A man fixated on mortality, agony of love and Bacon-esque views on futility of life

By Vaisakh E Hari
 James Ivory's Oscar win proves age is just a number

ACADEMY AWARDS

James Ivory's Oscar win proves age is just a number

89-yr-old Ivory took home the Oscar for best adapted screenplay

By Priyanka Bhadani
The best Kimmel zingers from the opening monologue

OSCARS 2018

The best Kimmel zingers from the opening monologue

"We made a movie called 'What Women Want' and it starred Mel Gibson"

Web Desk
Call Me By Your Name: A sensual portrayal of first love

CINEMA

Call Me By Your Name: A sensual portrayal of first love

A genuinely crafted film that normalises same-sex relationship

By Nirmal Jovial
In the Shape of Three Billboards: When a mute rebel meets a raucous anarchist

OSCARS NIGHT

In the Shape of Three Billboards: When a mute rebel meets a raucous anarchist

Hell hate no fury like a woman scorned, or rather silenced

By Jose K George
 'MeToo' dilemma set to dominate this year's Academy Awards

OSCARS

'MeToo' dilemma set to dominate this year's Academy Awards

The job of policing accusations among the academy’s members has proved slow

By Jill Serjeant
Politics and the free press

THE POST

Politics and the free press

The Post tells an important story from history, of the ethics of journalism

By Priyanka Bhadani
Dunkirk review: An incredible tale of survival

DUNKIRK

Dunkirk review: An incredible tale of survival

In his latest cinematic venture, master filmmaker Christopher Nolan takes you up, close and personal with one of the great war tales of all time

By Jose K George
Cheers to Churchill

DARKEST HOUR

Cheers to Churchill

Churchill is brilliantly portrayed by Gary Oldman in an Oscar-worthy performance

By Anjuly Mathai
This bull’s no bully

FERDINAND

This bull’s no bully

Like all good children’s stories, this one too has a message to take home: strength doesn’t really mean proving you’re the strongest

By Anjuly Mathai
Taking on the world, with three billboards

THREE BILLBOARDS OUTSIDE EBBING, MISSOURI

Taking on the world, with three billboards

The billboards are a stark reminder of shallow public sentiments

By Jose K George
The Shape of Water: A magical, mystical tale of love

THE SHAPE OF WATER

The Shape of Water: A magical, mystical tale of love

Del Toro seems to possess a remarkable flair for bringing fantasy alive on screen

By Jose K George