“Miss Phudina Chuttni is urbanised – a regular, every day urban Pakistani," says Muhammad Moiz of his onstage persona.
The team behind Laal Kabootar explains what it takes to recreate Karachi in way that feels real.
Was the ‘Gully aesthetic’ just an aestheticisation of poverty? Was this story Zoya Akhtar’s to tell?
Even a well-intentioned festival can struggle to break free of the structures that have come to define us
The speakers grappled with the 'intellectual' and 'artist' label rather than talk about Karachi's pressing concerns
IBA's 'Thinkfest' was generally dynamic and inclusive, but still, something was amiss