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A class cinemas on strike from Monday

In protest against decision not to seal tickets without advance payment to welfare fund board The Malayalam film industry received a jolt just a couple of weeks ahead of Christmas, one of the biggest seasons for the industry, with the A class ... The Hindu, 2 months ago

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Nivin Pauly unveils his Jacobinte Swargarajyam look

Latest updates from the Malayalam film industry. Young heartthrob Nivin Pauly has unveiled his stylish look from Vineeth Sreenivasan’s Jacobinte Swargarajyam. The shooting of the film is currently going on at Dubai. It’s homecoming of sorts for Nivin in Vineeth’s set, as it was the actor-director who had launched Nivin in Malarvady Arts Club. Interestingly, actor Aju Varghese, who was also launched by Vineeth in the same film and is one of the most in demand comedians around, ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Sshivada Nair weds Muralikrishnan

Latest updates from the Malayalam film industry. Sshivada Nair, who starred in Fazil's forgettable Living Together but shot to fame with the Tamil film Nedunchalai, married actor Muralikrishnan on December 14. Sshivada has completed the Tamil film Zero and will star opposite Bobby Simha in Vallavanukkum Vallavan. Muralikrishnan was launched as an actor in Vinayan's Reghuvinte Swantham Rasiya and was seen in Dulquer Salmaan's debut ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

The voyage from 2G to Hemaji

The year was probably 1980 and it was my first encounter with film star Hema Malini at Kamalistan Studio, Mahakali, Mumbai on the set of 'Razia Sultan.' There was a dialogue - 'Kya Razia ne apna who haseen wada pourah naheen kiya.' Despite several ...
 Meri News1 week ago
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Chris Christie's revenge on Jersey Shore

Hand an Oscar to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie for Best Political Action Move — for vetoing efforts to bring back film-industry tax credits in New Jersey. The state Legislature was pushing to revive the expired giveaway. But Christie — who in ...
 New York Post3 weeks ago Theatre strike ends; Christmas to witness a rush of film releases  Times of India1 month ago A-class theatres' strike in Kerala: Christmas releases to be affected  International Business Times India1 month ago The Trouble With the Christian Adoption Movement  The New Republic Online1 month ago
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Tickets, Boutiques and Reactions

Tickets. The other day I half-jokingly said that "agood trick is, find an industry where the words ' Monte Carlo model' make you sound brilliant and mysterious, then go to town." I was mostly making fun of the film industry, which seems to have ...
 Bloomberg View2 weeks ago

Were Off to See the Wizard

Although it borrows from film noir, theimage illustrating this edition's CoverStory is a fitting representation of the potential for capital generation and job creation underpinning Acts 20 and 22. Theincentives provided by those two lawsare ...
 Caribbean Business Online3 weeks ago

Jordan Bateman: It's Time To Wean B.C. Film Off Taxpayer-Funded Subsidies

Every once in a while, you'll see one of those faded red bumper stickers from 2013, pleading to "Save B.C. Film!" Well, mission accomplished -- thanks to a Canadian dollar that has slumped below 70 cents U.S. The film business is booming in B.C., ...
 Huffington Post Canada3 weeks ago

Shutdowns at the drop of a hat

Flash strikes by a combine of A class cinemaowners inflict heavy damage on cine industry Had there been an award for the most number of shutdowns in Mollywood, the Kerala Film Exhibitors Federation, a combine of A class cinema owners, would have ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

MMFF funds not subject to audit, MMDA chief tells solons

THE funds for the Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) are not subject to audit although the proceeds come from the taxpayers money, the House of Representatives learned on Monday. Metro Manila Film Festival chairperson Emerson Carlos made this ...
 Philippine Daily Inquirer1 month ago
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