09 January 2018
About 270 miles southwest from Las Vegas, where Intel chief executive Brian Krzanich is at CES unveiling his company’s latest developments, the lights are off in a massive studio space where many of those wonders are waiting to be used by the biggest names in Hollywood entertainment.
Located in soundstage 25 of the MBS Media Campus in Man...
- Tech Crunch
08 January 2018
Intel is partnering with Paramount Pictures to explore the cinematic applications of its volumetric video technology, which it’s previously used to livestream and record virtual reality sports matches. The announcement comes after the company finished construction on Intel Studios, a 25,000 square foot volumetric video capture stage in Los Angeles.
- Venture Beat
07 January 2018
The prices of movie tickets, which are set to go up by `50 in multiplexes and by `40 in single-screen halls, following a High Court directive, will become normal from January 19. The increased prices will be in place for nine days, from January 10. The price hike, observers say, is to rake in money on the occasion of reported big-budget releases during th...
- The New Indian Express
05 January 2018
Bangladesh is going to relax norms for movie co-productions with India so that filmmakers from the two countries can work together keeping in mind the 35 crore Bengali population spread across the world, said Bangladesh information minister Hasanul Haq Inu. During an interactive session, Inu said he had already relaxed some rules to help co-productions w...
- The Times of India
04 January 2018
But Kashmir Daily won’t hit the big screen in the Valley as there are no functioning cinema halls there
This Friday, for the first time in 45 years, a Kashmiri feature film, shot and produced entirely in the Valley, will hit cinema halls outside Kashmir.
Kashmir Daily explores the themes of drug addiction and unemployment in Kashmir. It will be re...
- The Hindu
03 January 2018
India's film industry is looking to Korea for inspiration in a bid to capitalize on a national youth craze for all things K-Pop.
India is riding the Hallyu wave.
The term — used to describe the global popularity of entertainment made in Korea — has started popping up in Bollywood circles as Indian audiences cotton on the charms of K-Pop.
- The Hollywood Reporter
03 January 2018
In recent years, with the number of screens and box office growth in China, many countries have set their eyes on China, hoping to grasp the opportunities that the Chinese market has to offer.
Seeing the trend, a renowned American film producer recently came to China offering his insight on how to build movie characters that will resonate in cross-cultur...
- China Plus
02 January 2018
We are not politicians, historians or judicial experts, so we will refrain from commenting on the right or wrong about the recent Padmavaticontroversy. But as students of business, we find the government apathy for media disconcerting, especially as we firmly believe that films can solve the biggest problem facing India right now — jobs.
- First Post
31 December 2017
he influx of good content in digital space has already lured Hollywod biggies and now Bollywood stars have started embracing the trend with names like Shah Rukh Khan, Saif Ali Khan and Rajkummar Rao exploring the medium.While Shah Rukh's production house Red Chillies Entertainment and streaming giant Netflix are working on a series based on the book, "Bar...
- PTI News
30 December 2017
A look at some statistics from the last 12 months revealed that Indian films have a fall-back option in the form of overseas markets.
Looking at some of the Bollywood movies released this year, one can't help but wonder that given the number of films that struggled to break even, how is it that the industry remains lucrative for those invested in it.
- Money Control