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DearCinema Top-10 of 2012

By Editorial Team • Published on January 4, 2013

In 2012, we published 777 new stories, which were read by 712,406 unique visitors. We received 3.8 million page views, the highest in our six year long journey.

Here is what was most read and shared on DearCinema.com in 2012:

Amour film still

Top-10 posts

  1. Doubting the woman: Paoli Dam in Chhatrak
  2. Amour Beasts of the southern wild scripts available online
  3. Documentary Review:Love in India by Q (Kaushik Mukherjee)
  4. Never thought a film with 25 songs could go to Cannes: Anurag Kashyap (Interview: Anurag Kashyap, Gangs of Wasseypur)
  5. Demystifying Cannes Film Festival: India at Cannes 2012
  6. Shanghai Review: Lost in Adaptation
  7. David Cronenberg’s Cosmopolis: A Vision of the ‘Hyperreal’
  8. Interview: It must be boring to be a star: Nawazuddin Siddiqui
  9. Who selected Barfi for Oscars
  10. Review: Dark Shadows by Tim Burton

Gow 2Top-10 Interviews

  1. Never thought a film with 25 songs could go to Cannes: Anurag Kashyap (Interview: Anurag Kashyap, Gangs of Wasseypur)
  2. Interview: It must be boring to be a star: Nawazuddin Siddiqui
  3. I started off wanting to just make a film…any film: Vasan Bala, director of Peddlers
  4. Time spent on sets of low grade films- the basis of Miss Lovely: Ashim Ahluwalia
  5. I wanted Paan Singh Tomar to be my first film: Tigmanshu Dhulia
  6. You can be adventurous and experimental with DSLR: Stanley ka Dabba Cinematographer
  7. No producer, no star wanted to touch “Shahid”: Hansal Mehta
  8. I made Shor to practice what I had learnt on the sets of GoW: Neeraj Ghaywan
  9. No script is fool-proof, make allowances and go with your instinct: Kahaani director Sujoy Ghosh
  10. In Conversation with Marten Rabarts, Head of Development, NFDC

barfiTop-10 Reviews

  1. Documentary Review:Love in India by Q (Kaushik Mukherjee)
  2. Shanghai Review: Lost in Adaptation
  3. Barfi: Not strictly a review
  4. Review: Dark Shadows by Tim Burton
  5. Review: Life of Pi
  6. Review: Rituparno Ghosh’s “Chitrangada”
  7. The Avengers: The Myth of Technology
  8. Review: Gangs of Wasseypur
  9. Kahaani: mother of a mystery thriller
  10. The Dark Knight Rises: great on surface, benumbing hollowness beneath
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