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Top honours for 2 films by FTII students

“Aaranyak”, a diploma film directed by Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) student Renu Savant, has bagged the prestigious Swarna Kamal for best direction in a non-feature film category in the 62nd national film awards announced on Tuesday. Times of India, 1 month ago
From India with collaboration on his mind Graphic Ghana, 2 days ago

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Stan Chambers, Los Angeles TV journalism institution, dies at 91

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Stan Chambers, who joined KTLA-TV news in Los Angeles in the late 1940s, at the dawn of the television age, and spent six decades as a local TV journalism institution, died on Friday at the age of 91, the station said.
 Reuters2 months ago For Dodgers fans, the TV shutout continues  Benton Foundation1 day ago


ADMISSIONS OPEN - COURSE COMMENCEMENT DATE: 1st May 2015 Duration: SIX MONTHS MINDSCREEN FILM INSTITUTE, Chennai, a venture of Rajiv Menon, Director-Cinematographer, besides its regular courses on Cinematography and Screenwriting, is launching the ...
 The Big Idea2 days ago

Western Sydney representation: Should board members of state cultural institutions be appointed by postcode?

The newly-appointed Sydney Festival board member David Borger says diversity is invaluable on the boards of cultural institutions. Photo: Supplied The state's major cultural institutions and festivals are seeking to increase western Sydney ...
 WA Today21 hours ago

Local detective, William Hill, proudly recounts family's law enforcement history

While with the Okeechobee City Police Department, Jack Hill (second from left) helped recover some stolen televisions. Pictured with their recovery are: (left to right) Chief Carlyle Thomas, Jack Hill, Curtis Phelps, Billy Arnold and R.E. Thomas.
 Delaware Newszap1 day ago

Who's Behind The Latest Ethnic Food Trend? Maybe It's A Government

Causa is a traditional Peruvian dish of potatoes stuffed with chicken. This one was cooked at a culinary institute in Lima, Peru, but a version may soon be appearing on a plate near you, thanks in part to a push by Peru's government to promote the ...
 NPR1 day ago

Space: It Is NOT the Final Frontier

Tweet [embedded content] Tweet [embedded content] In 1966, American television was taken by storm with a different kind of series — enter Star Trek. It explored brave new worlds beyond what we knew on Earth, and dared to take curious young ...
 Free-i-News1 day ago Reforming the UN Security Council: a Tale of Blood, Sweat, and Tears?  Free-i-News10 hours ago Woman Defeats Mine, Saves Wilderness, Wins $175,000  Free-i-News2 days ago

Dr Oz Generates Buzz

Television personality Dr Oz, also known as cardiovascular surgeon Mehmet Oz, MD, is at the center of a stormy debate after a recent public letter called for his ouster from an Ivy League school. The letter was written by 10 physicians at other ...
 Dermatology Online Journal3 days ago Can The New Surgeon General Become The Next Dr. OZ?  Forbes.com15 hours ago Can The Surgeon General Become The Next Dr. Oz?  Forbes.com12 hours ago Dr. Oz Fights Back Against Critics  Monthly Prescribing Reference3 days ago

Hail to the TV commanders-in-chief

Hail to the Chief. And the Chief. And the Chief ... On television, the presidency is a growth industry, as five very different chief executives — three men and two women — play significant roles this season on a broad range of shows: ABC's ...
 USA Today2 days ago

Devices tell on kids' sight

New Delhi, April 24: Children who spend inadequate time outdoors or too much time on computers, mobile phones or television are at risk of developing short-sightedness, a study has suggested. Doctors at the All India Institute of Medical ...
 Calcutta Telegraph3 days ago
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