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MONTHLY

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An interview series featuring

the creative community and their influence on culture,

knowledge & impact

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Indu Harikumar

29 Sep 2023

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Rohini Kejriwal

30th November 2023

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31th January  2024

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27 Oct 2023

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22nd December 2023

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26th December 2023

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The Monthly began in 2022 as a monthly series of digital reports that examined opportunities & gaps in cultural happenings and emerging trends in media. 

The Pandemic, Gen Z and Content

The generation* that grew up with the internet - and KNOW how to use it!

By Sneha Nair

The Spectres of Asian Horror Cinema

As filmmakers continue innovating in a genre that has become somewhat stale in the West, there only seems to be a rise in the consumption of Asian horror.

By Sneha Nair

 Third Culture representation in Media 

Third Culture Representation in Media

What does it mean to be a bit from everywhere and
nowhere at once?

By Sneha Nair

KO in India

The Korean Wave, better known as the Hallyu Wave has taken India by storm, and it looks like it’s here to stay. 

By Sneha Nair

Web 3.0 for South Asian Creators

The creator economy is currently booming with more than 50 million people around the world who consider themselves creators. But Asian Creators don’t seem to be seeing the same kind of returns as their North American counterparts.

By Sneha Nair

Decolonising Sci-Fi in South Asia

South Asian Science Fiction has taken several imaginative forms of looking at the world  - the most notable being that of a decolonized society. 

By Sneha Nair

New media in MENA

With the rise of Liberalism in MENA, Arab citizens are now advocating a culture of equity, tolerance, good governance, and the rule of law, as they work through some of the region’s largest media outlets to spread their ideals within the culture. 

By Sneha Nair

Mediums of Change

Anyone who has confronted India’s society and politics has had to deal with the media revolution that the country has seen: newspapers in India’s major languages have trebled their penetration, television has become a mass medium, movies have inspired policy changes, and New Media has created mini revolutions.

By Sneha Nair

Behind the Scenes :

A Closer Look at South Asian Women in Screenwriting

South Asian Voices
- Making Waves

A closer look at South Asian Women in Screenwriting

South Asian Voices- Making Waves

Kartiki Gonsalves will go down in history as one of the first Indian women screenwriters to receive an Oscar for her movie “The Elephant Whisperers"

Is this win enough to make a difference for women screenwriters across South Asia?

For the 10th edition of the Monthly, we look at the international film festival circuit and the representation of South Asian voices and narratives within the domain.

By Harshita Sethia
By Sneha Nair &
Harshita Sethia

In 2023, The Monthly is growing to include
conversations with creators, discussions on emergent strategies
for impactful media, and resources for creator well-being and
community growth.

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