Siddhant Adlakha

Siddhant Adlakha is a critic and filmmaker from Mumbai, though he now lives in New York City. They're more similar than you'd think. Find him at @SiddhantAdlakha on Twitter

‘Group Therapy’ formalizes comedic catharsis

Six stand-up comics sit down to discuss their insecurities

‘Universal Language’ brings the Iranian New Wave to Winnipeg

Matthew Rankin’s Cannes selection is a surreal embodiment of cultural yearning

‘Caught By the Tides’ dramatizes a changing China through two decades of footage

The Cannes Film Festival plays host to the ultimate Jia Zhangke film

‘All We Imagine As Light’ is a radiant, radical film about Indian sisterhood

The personal and the political are tightly wound in Payal Kapadia’s history-making Cannes drama

‘In Our Day’: Another relaxing reflection from Hong Sang-soo

An introduction to the South Korean maestro through the lens of his 30th feature

Hasan Minhaj is ready for war in ‘Off With His Head’

A report from the comedian’s new stand up tour, which comes reinvigorated with righteous fury

‘Rebel Moon – Part Two: The Scargiver’ is another Zack Snyder Flub

The first film’s equal and opposite, Netflix’s second entry might just derail the entire sci-fi series

Max’s Vietnam War Series ‘The Sympathizer’ is an Energetic Delight

I’m seeing double: four Robert Downey Jrs!

Time-travel romance ‘The Greatest Hits’ gets it very nearly right

…except the ending