Saturday, January 22, 2022


Budding filmmakers reeling under pandemic woes

Forced to postpone their projects due to Covid, independent talents have to make adjustments in schedules, budgets

A platform for budding filmmakers

The filmtech platform not just provides a platform for filmmakers to showcase their films but also helps in monetising the content being showcased.

Abhay Deol feels Bandra Film Festival will help indie filmmakers

It has always been difficult for independent films and documentaries to reach out to the masses, even though things have evolved now in the content space with so many digital and OTT players entering the market.

Priya Prakash to play an emotionless girl

The psychological crime thriller 'Karma' has the 'wink girl' in the lead playing a paranoid schizophrenic

Hollywood’s number of women directors rise in 2020

Women directors comprise 16 per cent of filmmakers calling the shots on the 100 highest-grossing last year

Karan Johar issues clarification to Bhandarkar on title ‘Bollywood Wives’

The 'Kuch Kuch Hota Hai,' director took to Twitter to share the note and addressed it, "To my dear friend @imbhandarkar."

Mrunal Thakur: Few filmmakers envision women characters with equal footing

There are very few filmmakers who envision a story that gives its women characters an equal footing. In the best of Rakeysh's works, one can see how beautifully he layers his women. Be it Soha Ali Khan's Sonia

Over 50 authors speak at Rainbow Lit Fest

In June, the Festival organized Rhyme & Reason – a national poetry competition in partnership with Gaylaxy Magazine and The Q-Knit.

Daniel Craig’s ‘No Time to Die’ release pushed back to 2021

According to Variety, the film, starring Daniel Craig in his final stint as the agent formerly known as 007, is expected to hit theatres on April 2, 2021, a year later than initially planned.

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