CINEMA OF THE PHILIPPINES
After the Spring: The Marrakech festival legacy
The Marrakech festival sees the emergence of Arab cinema rooted in powerful political content — from the 2006 Lebanon war to the Egyptian Revolution of 2011. A revolutionizing Arab cinema witnesses the new visual energy and strong political content emerging in after the Arab Spring.
5,000 evacuated in Philippines ahead of typhoon Kalmaegi
With the arrival of Kalmaegi, which on Monday went from a severe tropical storm to t...
South African Indian grandson revives cinema empire destroyed by apartheid
The internationally-acclaimed Avalon Group founded by AB Moosa snr...
Horror high: 32nd Tokyo film festival unveils a new brand of Asia’s scariest movies
The film fest, being held from October 28 to November 5, is delving deep into the culture of making scary movies in Asia.
Bitterness and regret: Rishi Kapoor expresses disappointment, says no one appreciates cinema artistes
The actor said that people from the field of arts are not given their due by the government.
PVR Cinemas makes Sri Lanka debut to redefine the movie-viewing experience
PVR Cinemas recently entered the Sri Lankan market with a new 9-screen property, PVR Lanka.
55 railway projects underway in Bihar, 362% rise in fund allocation: Govt
"No survey for Hajipur-Mahua New Line section has been conducted. However, a Reconnaissance Engg-cum-Traffic Survey (RETS) for new line between Bhagwanpur (located at a distance of 20 km from Hajipur)-Samastipur via Mahua (60 km) has been taken up," Union Railways Minister Piyush Goyal said in a written reply.
Marvel president responds to Martin Scorsese's 'not cinema' comment; calls art a subjective concept
Feige said that Scorsese's comment on Marvel films was 'unfortunate'.
Theatrical release still brings in over 60% of money a movie makes: Ajay Bijli, PVR
"In India, there will always be people who would like to get out to socialise and unwind by watching movies."
Strong quake shakes southern Philippines, no big damage seen
The Philippine Institute of Seismology and Volcanology said it had an initial magnitude of 6.6
UFO Moviez-Qube Cinemas deal off the table as NCLAT nod comes too late
Earlier, in January, the Mumbai bench of the National Company Law Tribunal had rejected the scheme of merger citing that the whole scheme appears to be framed for the purpose of evading the duly payable stamp-duty and to deny the shareholders at various levels their legitimate right of a proper valuation of the intrinsic share value along with goodwill.
Telugu actor Geetanjali passes away at 72 in Hyderabad after heart attack
She has worked in various Telugu, Malayalam and Tamil films.
Strong quake leaves many dead in Philippines island
The quake was followed by some 246 aftershocks, including two tremors above magnitude-5. The Philippines sits on the so-called Pacific Ring of Fire, an area of great seismic and volcanic activity that is shaken by about 7,000 tremors a year.
PVR enters Sri Lanka with a 9-screen property
PVR has collaborated with the Shangri La Group to launch the new nine- screen property, which includes two luxury cinema formats – PVR LUXE and one kids’ format PVR Playhouse. Sanjeev Kumar Bijli, joint MD, PVR, said that the market dynamics in Sri Lanka are very similar to that of India, which helped the company to decide on the market.
India to spend $1.3 trillion on modern infrastructure: President Kovind in Philippines
President Ram Nath Kovind in Philippines’s Manila stated both the countries, are committed to work closely to eliminate corruption. Presiden...
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