VENICE FILM FESTIVAL
New Zealand's first Indian film premieres in Toronto
'Apron Strings' - the film from NZ with a substantial Indian theme was premiered at Toronto International Film Festival. Movie Reviews: Hijack, Tahaan, A Wednesday
Gurvinder Singh’s 'Chauthi Koot' portrays terror on screen without showing any violence
In less than two hours, the movie unravels the dread ...
Movie legend Antonioni passes away
Antonioni, who made only about 20 films, died at his home in Rome on Monday night with his wife Enrica Fico by his side.
Hollywood lowers the hype at Toronto film festival
The stars are here but the Oscar hype is on low volume at the Toronto film festival this year as major studios hold their promotional fire for movies looking to win awards until later in the year.
Cutting deals is an art this globe trotter has perfected
There is a palpable sense of joy when S Subramanian speaks about his travel through Europe and the US rather than deals.
Indian films wooing audiences across the world
Screenings at international film festivals are doing Indian films a whole lot of good. They are not only wowing audiences across the world, but also opening up new markets for the Indian film industry.
Taipei: On a different trail
The Taroko National Park, the Woodcraft Street and some villages are some of the wonderful attractions that you can discover when you decide to explore Taipei on your own.
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