Fahad Naveed

SPOTLIGHT: PERWEEN’S LEGACY OF HOPE

SPOTLIGHT: PERWEEN’S LEGACY OF HOPE

A docudrama directed by an Oscar-winning filmmaker about Karachi’s assassinated social activist Perween Rahman is to debut on Updated 22 Aug, 2021 03:02pm
CINEMASCOPE: THE SOUND OF SILENCE

CINEMASCOPE: THE SOUND OF SILENCE

Riz Ahmed’s quietly powerful Sound of Metal was one of the few cinematic highlights in an otherwise bleak year at the movies Published 28 Feb, 2021 07:17am
CINEMASCOPE: LIVING ONE’S LIFE

CINEMASCOPE: LIVING ONE’S LIFE

Pixar’s brilliant Soul gives clear evidence that the story of jazz can be very different, depending on who is telling it Published 17 Jan, 2021 06:55am
THE ICON REVIEW: SWIPE TO SUCCESS

THE ICON REVIEW: SWIPE TO SUCCESS

Arafat Mazhar’s Swipe, a hand-painted animated short film, forces us to look at our blasphemy industry in a different light Published 15 Nov, 2020 07:37am
THE SECRETS SOCIETY

THE SECRETS SOCIETY

In a culture where so many things are treated as secrets, people are constantly looking for safe spaces to speak. Published 08 Nov, 2020 07:17am
DOCUMENTARY: DEATH AND THE MAIDEN

DOCUMENTARY: DEATH AND THE MAIDEN

Kirsten Johnson’s Dick Johnson Is Dead is a tale of familial bonds, friendship and loss that will resonate universally Published 01 Nov, 2020 06:55am
THE WAR OF NARRATIVES

THE WAR OF NARRATIVES

A year after the Balakot strikes, both India and Pakistan are still pitching their version of events to the world. Updated 08 Mar, 2020 07:24am
CINEMASCOPE: A CLASS APART

CINEMASCOPE: A CLASS APART

Above all, Parasite is a story about class and inequality. It is a great study in how the rich see the poor Updated 09 Feb, 2020 10:58am
FEUDS OF THE DECADE

FEUDS OF THE DECADE

The feuds that defined the past 10 years in Pakistan and could influence the country in the coming decade as well Updated 30 Dec, 2019 04:53pm
Big Tobacco perils

Big Tobacco perils

The back and forth in tobacco-related policies is nothing new. Published 01 Jul, 2019 07:14am