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6 short films you cant miss at the Dharamshala International Film Festival 2016

Inauguration Of 4 Day Festival In Los Angeles Celebrates Trans...

October 20th 2016 marks the official induction of the 1st Annual Trans Nation Festival, co-hosted by Amazon Prime. This 4 day celebration runs October 20th -23rd 2016, and will pay tribute to the trans community through beauty, art, and film. The ... Huffington Post, 12 hours ago

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The Film Blog: What Nate Parker said about the Nigerian film market

Some of us on TFB believe that the best thing Nate Parker could have done for his image for his new film, Birth of a Nation. Instead of talking about all that messiness with the rape allegations, we are talking about a film that everybody seems ...
 YNaija.com1 week ago Rome Film Fest: Roberto Benigni on Meeting President Obama and His Return to Film  Hollywood Reporter3 days ago Tura film fest enthralls kids  The Telegraph1 month ago The Indian film that received a standing ovation in Venice  Rediff.com1 month ago

'What I am today is because of cinema'

Director Raam Reddy made it big with his Kannada movie, Thithi which won the Best Feature Film award at the 63rd National Film Awards. The movie is a dramatic comedy about how three generations of sons react to the death of the oldest in their clan.
 Deccan Herald1 month ago 'Thithi' named best film at first BRICS festival  Deccan Herald1 month ago

Best complement I got for 'Akira' was from Papa: Sonakshi Sinha

Sonakshi Sinha's recently released film 'Akira' has garnered a huge appreciation nation-wide, with daddy Shatrughan Sinha calling her to be "a worthy daughter of a worthy father."When the 'Dabangg' actress was asked about the best compliment ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

Mindanaoan film 'Women of the Weeping River' wins Best Picture at QCinema 2016

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Mughal-e-Azam: A world class Indian production at last

'We want to be a nation at par with the best internationally.''But why is it in theatre we continue to have such low standards?' Aseem Chhabra speaks to director Feroz Abbas Khan about his fabulous stage production of Mughal-e-Azam.Photographs and Video: Rajesh Karkera/ IMAGE: Akbar's durbar in the play. Nisar Khan impresses in Mughal-e-Azam. All creative people have that one big dream. For Feroz Abbas Khan, the dream was to stage the iconic 1960 Indian film Mughal-e-Azam. And after ...
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Royston Tan wins award at Sapporo International Short Film Festival

SINGAPORE - Homegrown film-maker Royston Tan won the Best Asian Short Film prize at the Sapporo International Short Film Festival on Saturday night (Oct 15). The win was for Bunga Sayang, about a young boy who strikes up a friendship with an old ...
 Asiaone1 week ago Film Review: Lost Girls  The National Student1 day ago Making a 'Swachch' sweep with his film  New Indian Express3 days ago Prominent Luminaries in Global Film Industry to Present at SCREENSINGAPORE  Live Production5 hours ago

UN picks Indian documentary made in Virtual Reality

United Nations' Virtual Reality app, UNVR, has acquired Indian documentary in VR, titled "Cost of Coal". Anand Gandhi, best known for his directorial "Ship of Theseus", and his team at Memesys Culture Lab are the minds behind the film, helmed by ...
 NetIndia123.com2 days ago Indian documentary made in VR picked up by UN's virtual reality app  Times of India2 days ago UN acquires Indian VR documentary "Cost of Coal" for its UNVR platform  Tech2 firstpost.com3 days ago 'Cost of Coal', India's first documentary in VR, acquired by UN  Economic Times3 days ago
DNA India

Screen Savour: Nationalism strikes & art loses validity

The wave of uber-nationalism seems to have hit the film industry with full force. The outrage surrounding Karan Johar’s Ae Dil Hai Mushkil (ADHM) because the film features a Pakistani actor has reached alarming proportions, and is symptomatic of a larger ...
 The Financial Chronicle5 days ago ADHM row: MNS claims 'victory', film producers give in to Raj Thackeray's 3 demands  DNA India5 days ago Wont work with Pakistani actors, Producers say after meeting CM Fadnavis, MNS Thackeray over ADHM row  catchnews.com5 days ago ADHM row: Govt. has assured security and law and order, says Mukesh Bhatt  Sify1 week ago

Where nationalism is concerned, I don't think Bollywood is divided: Ajay Devgn

Mumbai: Actor-filmmaker Ajay Devgn, who awaits the release of his "Shivaay" directorial venture, says the Indian film industry is scared of politics because if a person speaks against any political party, his film will be prevented from releasing. ...
 ZeeNews.com5 days ago Ajay Devgn casts an impressive spell with Shivaay trailer 2  ZeeNews.com3 days ago Bollywood scared of politics, is vulnerable: Ajay Devgn  Deccan Herald5 days ago Ajay Devgn: Bollywood not divided over nationalism, very vulnerable where politics is concerned  Firstpost.com5 days ago
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