Thursday, October 21, 2021

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Bandra Film Festival’s next line up ‘Silent Crimes’ goes live today

The posters of the films were unveiled recently on BFF's social media and we can't wait to watch them.

Passion drives Hyderabad techie to turn novelist

Sai Nikhil Etikyala quit job to pursue his love for story-telling

Malayalam movies gearing up for Telugu remakes

The age-old connect between Malayalam and Telugu film industries is now just getting better with the advent of OTT platforms

BookMyShow launches movie streaming service

With over 22,000 hours of content being Exclusive to the platform at launch, BookMyShow Stream will feature multiple marquee Premieres every Friday.

Telangana govt permits 100% occupancy in theatres

Theatre owners were asked to duly follow Standard Operating Protocols laid by the government.

Taking illegal, explicit content on Drive ‘very seriously’: Google

A Google spokesperson told IANS that "Drive has clear policies that prohibit the distribution of content that contains malware, copyrighted and sexually-explicit material".

Google Drive becomes a goldmine for pirated, explicit content

Apart from thousands of porn videos, at least 25,000-30,000 links are likely sharing illegal content like malware, software, movies, games and what not. One can search such links in Google Drive at ease. Just do a search and download at will

Irrfan Khan’s Paan Singh Tomar to be screened at IFFI

The film festival will pay homage to the late star by screening his cult classic 'Paan Singh Tomar' on Friday. Indian film critic and trade analyst Taran Adarsh shared the news on his Twitter handle.

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

‘My films seek to leave audiences with a thought’: Bhumi Pednekar

"I think my films should entertain people but at the same time, it does seek to leave audiences with a thought that will hopefully change their thinking for the better. Most of my films have had heavy social messaging," she said.

How hand hygiene is going beyond basics

At a niche level, innovations like recycled packaging, herbal hand wash, fruity fragrances are also doing good.

Oscars update eligibility rules to allow drive-in screenings

According to Variety, the new rule clarifies that a theatrical run for only seven days is required and that drive-in theatres qualify as a commercial venue.

Gandhi’s life through Augmented Reality

The preview for the media was followed with the AR being opened to the general public through their smartphones

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