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We Are One: Ten best films and events to keep track of at Global Film Festival on YouTube

From films like ‘Nasir’ and ‘Atlantiques’ to directors like Francis Ford Coppola, Bong Joon-ho in conversation, here are the essential watches over the next 10 days

Raghu Dixit composes an anthem to support folk artists of Rajasthan

Nithya Menen, Javed Ali, Danish Sait, Latha Rajinikanth among other celebrities join Raghu in a fundraising online concert on May 31

Halitha Shameem could resume filming ‘Minmini’ in 2020 or early 2021

The ‘Sillu Karupatti’ filmmaker posted a tweet teasing the status of her sophomore project, whose production was put on wait for the cast of child actors to grow up

‘We need to acquire immunity without totally leaving it to Nature’s hands’: Kamal Haasan

Actor-politician talks to us ahead of his conversation with Kerala’s Health Minister KK Shailaja Teacher, to cut through the misinformation spread via social media about the pandemic

Lockdown-special live performances: from DJ sets to theatre

Be quizzed by British celebrities and enjoy the Met opera in your pyjamas, for this week’s list of Live Gigs features a mix of comfort viewings and highbrow culture

In artist Siva Kumari’s painting, Bharat Mata presents positive art to fight the COVID-19 demon

Artist Siva Kumari’s acrylic painting and an innovative video showcase the strength of togetherness while highlighting the role of women during lockdown

Next time, I will make ‘Thalapathy’ Vijay say ‘When do we start shooting, nanba?’

Lyricist-filmmaker Arunraja Kamaraj on his latest single ‘Kannakkuzhi Azhage’ and the film that almost happened with actor Vijay

Ilaiyaraaja and SPB join hands for ‘Bharath Bhoomi’

The video song was released on Ilaiyaraaja’s official YouTube channel on Saturday

This studio in Kerala capital provides facilities to host performances for live streaming

Cameo Light Studio in Thiruvananthapuram will be hosting a series of performances, many of which will be streamed online

Disney+ Hotstar new arrivals in June: ‘Jojo Rabbit’, ‘Ford vs Ferrari’, ‘Perry Mason’

Two Oscar-winning films, a behind-the-scenes look into the making of 'Frozen 2' and a new origin show on American fiction’s legendary criminal defense lawyer

Get ready to party with Zouk Phuturescapes this weekend

The Singapore Tourism Board (STB) has teamed up with nightclub Zouk Singapore to organise Zouk Phuturescapes — a series of virtual parties for audienc

What you need to know before PlayStation’s ‘The Future of Gaming’ event

The virtual event, scheduled for the early hours of June 5 (India time), could finally answer gamers’ questions about the PlayStation 5 and its exclusive gaming content

The best of lyricist Yogesh: A musical tribute

Veteran lyricist Yogesh was the man behind the songs of many films like ‘Anand’ and ‘Rajnigandha’, passed away in Mumbai on Friday. Here is a musical tribute to him

Richa Chadha live on Instagram @the_hindu

In an Instagram Live session on #LockdownWithWeekend, actor Richa Chadha talks about the roles that inspire her. Today at 8 pm on @the_hindu

HBO Max greenlights ‘Homeschool Musical: Class of 2020’ from Laura Benanti

The special is inspired by Benanti’s ‘Sunshine Songs’ initiative, in which high schoolers upload at-home performances from spring musicals that were cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic

Anupam Kher to launch his play ‘Kuch Bhi Ho Sakta Hai’ digitally

Anupam Kher’s autobiographical play ‘Kuch Bhi Ho Sakta Hai’ directed by Feroz Abbas Khan has been staged more than 450 times in 15 years

Lady Gaga’s album ‘Chromatica’ is out now

The 16-track album which was meant to release in April, was delayed due to COVID-19

When Indian folk art finds a viral muse

From masked women in pattachitra paintings to warli compositions tracking the spread of the virus — here’s how Indian folk artists are documenting the crisis

Pick of the week: Online events to catch

Concerts, stand-up and other online events you just can’t miss

How event planners are adapting to the world of virtual shows

From comedy to music and summer camps to workshops, organisers and ticketing platforms are adapting to the world of virtual shows

'Eeb Allay Ooo!' movie review: The kingdom of monkeys

Prateek Vats explores politics, nationalism, religiosity, bigotry and struggles of the working class in a non-judgemental tale about Delhi’s primate repelling business

'Gulabo Sitabo' music review: Folk for the win

The ten-track soundtrack of upcoming Shoojit Sircar film is an earthy earworm through and through

Larry Kramer’s visionary crusades

Playwright and pioneering AIDS activist Larry Kramer passed away on May 27. He was 84. His body of work includes the seminal play, The Normal Heart, w