For those who are interested in learning the language of cinema and for those who are just plain movie buffs, Celluloid, the Film Club, offers a wide variety ranging from the popular to the parallel. Discussions with filmmakers and critical analysis form a part of the activities. In the year 2015-16 the film club screened several documentaries The Textures of Loss by Pankaj Butalia; Fragments of the Past by Uma Chakravarti, renowned historian and former faculty member; Unfreedom based on the subject of sexual politics; and a short film In the Mood for Love by Aakriti Kohli and Sandeep Kumar Singh. The films were followed by discussion with their makers. Lastly, the documentaries Killing Us Softly by Jean Kilbourne on Women and Popular Culture was screened.