2022   Far Out Magazine – ‘Glossary of Non-Human Love’: Ashish Avikunthak and Infra-realist sci-fi.

    2022   BOMB – Ashish Avikunthak interviewed by Arun A.K.

    2022   A Homegrown Avant-Garde Short Film Fuses Shakespeare’s Othello With Kathakali.

    2022   Indian Express – Bureaucratic Archaeology is a scholarly investigation of the history and hierarchical structure of the ASI.

    2021   Translating Silence: Ashish Avikunthak’s Cinematographic Version of Come and Go.

    2021   Screen Slate – An Idiom Unto Itself: An Ashish Avikunthak Retrospective.

    2021   Far Out Magazine – Ashish Avikunthak on making cinema from the margins.

    2021   Rolling Stone – Art-House Filmmaker Ashish Avikunthak On How Philosophy Influences His Work.

    2021   Grazia – To Kill A Thinking Bird: A Brief Retrospective On Ashish Avikunthak’s Films.

    2021   India Today – Cutting it Out.

    2021   Film Companion – Verbose, Tantric, and Challenging: The Films of Ashish Avikunthak.

    2019   Times of India – Avant-garde theatre to host Indian indie filmmaker retrospective.

    2018   Interview with P.K. Surendran in Malayalam in Madhyam Weekly, Trivandrum.

    2018   Anandabazar Patrika - An Interview with Arunava Patra.

    2018   Interview with P.K. Surendran - “Dialouges before Suicide” in Chalachitra Sameeksha.

    2017   Humanities Underground - Rati Chakravyuh: Dissolving Nothingness into Nothingness.

    2017   Agamikal - Death, Narrative, Forgiveness and Ashish Avikunthak.

    2017   MIG TV - CinemaSpeak: Ashish Avikunthak on cinema as art.

    2017   Times of India – Uncertified film screening at Kolkata gallery miffs CBFC.

    2017   Bangla Black – Interview with Ashish Avikunthak.

    2017   Mint – Goddess in the Details: Aapothkalin Trikalika.

    2017   Asian Age - On a wire, the unpierced one.

    2017   CinemaSpeak: Ashish Avikunthak on cinema as art.

    2017   Ei Somoy - Aapothkalin Trikalika

    2017   Times of India - Bengali film makes to Berlin

    2017   URI associate professor’s experimental film to be screened at Berlin Film Festival in February

    2016   Exhausting the inexhaustible: reading the structure of Samuel Beckett’s Come and Go through Ashish Avikunthak’s Endnote.

    2016   Kalkimanthankatha, Q&A at Tisch School, New York University.

    2016 - Of Gods Ghosts and India's disappearing history - An Interview with Sanjena Santhian.

    2016   Dialogs Before Sucide - An Interview with P.K. Surendran.

    2016   Maha Kumbh Journal during the making of "Kalkimanthankatha" - Part 2

    2016   Maha Kumbh Journal during the making of "Kalkimanthankatha" - Part 1

    2015   Review of Kalkimanthankatha by Murtaza Vali in Art Forum, November 2015

    2015   Momentum: Research & Innovation, Univeristy of Rhode Island - Death is not the End.

    2015   Violence of her Desires, by Suchira Vijayan in in the exhibition catalog of Experimenter Gallery, Kolkata.

    2015   Indian Express, Mumbai – Eyes Wide Open

    2015   The Hindu, Chennai – Outside the Boundaries

    2015   Asian Age, Mumbai – Churning no Absolute

    2015   DNA Newspaper, Mumbai – Not a slave to modernity

    2015   Pachakkuthira, Trivandrum - 'Aathmahathyakku Mumbulla Sambhaashanangal' (Dialogues before suicide) in Malayalam by P. K. Surendran.

    2014   Ashish Avikunthak 2014 – An interview in an online film journal Débordements.

    2014    Circling Time by Deepika Sorabjee, Art Slant.

    2014    Image Music Text by Kamayani Sharma in Art India.

    2014    Ashish Avikunthak by Niru Ratnam in Art Review.

    2014    Exchange with Shezad Dawood in Back Sun: Alchemy, Diaspora, Hetrotopia (Arnolfini: Bristol).

    2014    Indian Express, Mumbai – Temporal Universe 

    2014    The NH7 Radio, Mumbai – In Conversation with Ashish Avikunthak

    2014    Ashish Avikunthak’s Rati Chakravyuh: Tales of Long Takes by Aparna Frank in online film magazine

    2014    Pravasi Shabdam, Trivandrum – ‘Sarppilamaaya Kaalatthe Aavaahikkunna Cinema’  (Conjuring Spirality of Time) in Malayalam by P.K. Surendran.

    2014, Kolkata - Rati Chakravyuh Review by Anindya Sengupta

    2013     East By Northwest – An interview in an online film journal Débordements.

    2013     Ei Somay, Kolkata – Kumbher Shandhaner Chitrakar (Bengali). 

    2013     Indian Express, Kochi –  Charmed by transcendental magic. 

    2013     Indian Express, Kochi –  Reinventing the mythical world.

    2013    Chenda, Trivandrum –  Ashish Avikunthak:  Cinema, Kaalam, Myth, Anushtaanam (Cinema, Temporality, Myth, Rituals) in Malayalam by P.K. Surendran.

    2012     Time Out, Mumbai – Past Master.

    2012     Indian Express, Mumbai – The Art of Cinema

    2012     Sunday Guardian, New Delhi - Should ‘high art’ evolve with the times to stay in the race.

    2012     Midday, Mumbai – The Secret of Death.

    2011     Dancing Othello (Brihnnlala Ki Khelkali): An Interview with Ashish Avikunthak by Maurizio Calbi in Anglistica 15 (2).

    2011     Postcolonial Entanglements: Performing Shakespeare and Kathakali in Ashish Avikunthak’s Dancing Othello, by Maurizio Calbi in Anglistica 15 (2).

    2010    Time Out, Mumbai – Graphic Detail.

    2010    Indian Express, Mumbai - Moving Images.

    2010    REEL IT IN, By Deepanjana Pal, published in:

    2009    Yale Daily News, New Haven - A Profile: A Split Existence

    2009   'Archetype': Two Solo exhibition by Ashish Avikunthak and Sakti Burman at Aicon Gallery  – An article in the

    2009    National Center for Performing Arts Catalogue – Lead feature article in context of a retrospective at NCPA, Mumbai.

    2007    The Experimental Short Films of Ashish Avikunthak by Abhishek Hazra first publshed in

    2007    Ananda Bazzar Patrika, Calcutta – Jal-Panir Takae Toiri Bangal Chobi Locarno Te (Bengali).

    2007    Prado New, Locarno – From the Fringe of the Fringe.

    2007    Hindustan Times, New Delhi  – Man Behind the Mooch: Ashish Avikunthak’s first film makes it to Locarno.

    2007    The Hindu, Trivandrum  – Journey into Women's Mind.

    2007    Deshabhimani (Malayalam), Kochi

    2007    Malayala Manorama (Malayalam), Trivandrum

    2007    Deshabhimani (Malayalam), Kochi