Now that Chaitanya Tamhane's 'Court' has been declared India's official entry for Oscars, we try deciphering the hype surrounding the Academy Awards
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Filmmaker Rahul Rawail on Thursday accused panel chairperson Amol Palekar of having an agenda not to let "Court" be selected as India's official entry for the Oscars, but yet wanting to be the "hero" behind its eventually selection
'Court', a small-budget multilingual drama, will represent India at 88th Academy Awards. This is a rare case which attracted all-round positive response from the film folk...
After years of debate over the credibility of the jury members who make the crucial choice of which film goes as the official entry for the Oscars, this time they seem to have got it bang on
Maharashtra Culture minister Vinod Tawde today said selection of Marathi film 'Court' as the country's official entry to the Oscars was a proud moment for the entire country
Bollywood director Rahul Rawail, a part of the 17-member jury that collectively chose 'Court' as India's official entry for the Oscars, on Wednesday resigned from the panel over differences with jury chairperson Amol Palekar
The news of "Court" making the cut as India's official entry in the Best Foreign Language Film category at the 88th Academy Awards, left its director Chaitanya Tamhane "genuinely surprised"
First time director Chaitanya Tamhane's Marathi film 'Court', a National Award winner, has been chosen as India's official entry for the 88th Academy Awards
The 88th Academy Awards are on the roll, but India has yet to send its nominations, the attention grabber over here is the fact that whether the jury will favour indie films like past two years or will it give a chance to this year's blockbusters
An announcement on India's official entry to the 88th Academy Awards is likely to be made soon. We turn to five acclaimed Bollywood filmmakers for predictions...
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