Q can be credited to bring to the fore that realization again – to relook at the caged mundane existence and an inspired belief to break free. That is why we find him, in the first part, deliberating with the repeated drudgery of existence when the characters utter the same dialogue over and over again, from different angles and voice modulation.
Q breaks through the clutter not only by making unconventional films but also coming up with innovative strategies to promote them. Just like his last film Gandu gave birth to the concert Gandu Circus; Kolkata is now gearing up for TripTash, a live extension of Tasher Desh
Independent filmmaker Q (Qaushiq Mukherjee) has teamed up with online portal PocketFilms to distribute offbeat and quirky independent films online. The slate of films including shorts, documentaries and music videos will be selected by Q. It will include Q’s Gandu and his national award winning documentary Love in India. Q and his team have acquired […]
Paris-based sales agent Insomnia World Sales has acquired world rights to Qaushik Mukherjee a.k.a Q’s latest film Tasher Desh. Insomnia World Sales CEO Luc Ntonga said, “It’s not so often to discover such a visually striking, bold and energetic film from India. It confirms Q as a talent to continue to follow. No doubt the […]
Qaushiq Mukherjee a.k.a. Q’s Suzanne Takes Me Down was a part of the Slam Collective at the ongoing 19th Slamdance Film Festival.
Tasher Desh, the latest film by Gandu fame Kaushik Mukherjee (Q) will compete in the Cinema XXI section of the 7th edition of the Rome Film Festival. The festival will run from 9th – 17th November, 2012. Tasher Desh is based on Rabindranath Tagore’s dance drama with the same name. The film is co-produced by Anurag Kashyap. In an interview with […]
16 Indie filmmakers from across the country (13 of them national award winners) have joined hands to submit a petition to the Information and Broadcasting minister
The word challenge may be the key to deconstruct indie cinema. Perhaps the only way that a film could claim that it’s indeed an independent film is when it challenges, provokes and engages.
Qaushik Mukherjee’s Gandu (Asshole) will compete at the 17th Athens International Film Festival that opens on Thursday. The opening film of the festival is Michel Hazanavicius’ The Artist. Around 175 titles will be presented at the festival under 15 sections. The festival will pay tribute to Japanese filmmaker Yasuzo Masumura and Dutch filmmaker Johan van der […]
Love in India, the national award winning documentary by Kaushik Mukherjee (Q) will be screened followed by a panel discussion and interaction with the filmmaker on August 17 at Cinemax Mani Square in Kolkata. This event is part of “I & Eye”, multi-city seminars on Documentary Practices and Perceptions organized by Whistling Woods International. The […]