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 23 February 2017
La La Land has sent droves of movie fans to Los Angeles locations featured in the Oscarnominated film and now, Warner Bros is getting in on the act by resurrecting the coffee shop from the film for its studio tour.Visitors on its US$62 (S$88) basic tour or US$295 deluxe package in Burbank, California, can see a pop-up version of the store, where Mia, play...
-  The Straits Times
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 22 February 2017
The Jammu and Kashmir Tourism Department has showcased the state’s scenic beauty and film tourism potential in one of the country’s largest travel show OTM that begun at Bombay Exhibition Centre from today.The State’s Tourism Department, which is also one of the participants, has decorated its space beautifully highlighting the pristine ...
-  Greater Kashmir
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 22 February 2017
Churning one solid film after another, Phantom Films has, over the years, gained the trust of audience and earned a standing in the industry, but its member and filmmaker Vikas Bahl says that even today they struggle to convince people to fund their projects.The latest film under the banner is Raj Kummar Rao-starrer Trapped, and citing its example Vikas s...
-  The Indian Express
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 22 February 2017
Marvel films, Pixar sequels will also get the IMAX treatment.IMAX and Walt Disney Studios have extended their slate deal through to 2019.The agreement will see Disney productions continue to be digitally re-mastered into the IMAX format for release in IMAX cinemas around the world.A selection of Disney titles will also be partially shot directly into IMAX...
-  Screen Daily
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 21 February 2017
Indian filmmakers never cease to amaze the global audience with their storytelling and filmmaking skills. As the Berlin Film Festival drew to a close on Saturday, Indians had a reason to rejoice. Debut filmmaker Amar Kaushik’s short film, Aaba bagged the prestigious award at the 67th Berlin International Film Festival 2017. The unconventional love s...
-  Indian Television
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 21 February 2017
The soft power of culture is one way of increasing understanding between nations. On paper, Kung Fu Yoga, the second of three movies to be jointly produced by the Chinese and Indian film industries, had all the elements to help attain that goal: an ethnically diverse cast that included Hong Kong action star Jackie Chan and a plot conceived around and shot...
-  South China Morning Post
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 21 February 2017
Jamshedpur-born awardwinning filmmaker Imtiaz Ali had never travelled anywhere, apart from Delhi, Patna and smaller towns of North India, when he first landed in Mumbai in the ’90s to pursue a career in television writing. “Everything was a discovery at the time,” he recalls. A decade later, Imtiaz went on to make his directorial debut w...
-  Ahmedabad Mirror
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 20 February 2017
Filmmaker Sajid Nadiadwala is all set to release his latest production Rangoon, helmed by Vishal Bhardwaj and starring Saif Ali Khan, Shahid Kapoor and Kangana Ranaut, which releases this Friday.Sajid, who is a co-producer on the war film along with Viacom 18 and Bhardwaj himself, will now be teaming up with Dangal’s director Nitesh Tiwari for a fil...
-  The Quint
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 19 February 2017
Brad Grey, the chairman and chief executive officer of Viacom Inc’s (VIAB.O) Paramount Pictures film studio is expected to leave with an announcement coming as early as next week, according to two sources familiar with the situation.Grey’s departure from the studio, which he has headed for 12 years, comes after years of underperformance, produ...
-  Antigua Observer
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 19 February 2017
Riding high on the success of Baahubali that used YouTube effectively to engage with its audience much before the release of the movie, the US-based video-sharing website is now trying to woo Tollywood producers to hop on to its platform for promotional activities. "We have seen that in Bollywood, movies are coming up with videos on YouTube three to 12 mo...
-  Times Of India
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