All articles by Devika Girish

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10 great films set in Mumbai

As Mira Nair’s classic tale of Mumbai street kids Salaam Bombay! debuts on Blu-ray and digital platforms, we soak up some of cinema’s most vivid depictions of the Indian megacity.

By Devika Girish

10 great films set in Mumbai
Interviews

Barry Jenkins is rebuilding American history with The Underground Railroad

By Devika Girish

Barry Jenkins is rebuilding American history with The Underground Railroad
Lists

The most anticipated films of 2021

By Thomas Flew, Devika Girish and others

The most anticipated films of 2021
Reviews

Judas and the Black Messiah lays bare the criminality of a US police state

By Devika Girish

Judas and the Black Messiah lays bare the criminality of a US police state
Reviews

Summer of Soul brings us the Black Woodstock, four decades late but still vital

By Devika Girish

Summer of Soul brings us the Black Woodstock, four decades late but still vital
Interviews

“I wanted it to feel like a river, like memory”: Garrett Bradley on Time

By Devika Girish

“I wanted it to feel like a river, like memory”: Garrett Bradley on Time
Interviews

“Foreigners in a foreign land, finding a sense of hope”: Hong Khaou on Monsoon

By Devika Girish

“Foreigners in a foreign land, finding a sense of hope”: Hong Khaou on Monsoon
Reviews

Papicha review: fashioning rebellion in 1990s Algeria

By Devika Girish

Papicha review: fashioning rebellion in 1990s Algeria
Features

Brazil in a Black Mirror: How Bacurau turns the western on its head

By Devika Girish

Brazil in a Black Mirror: How Bacurau turns the western on its head