Indian cinema has played a major role in the global entertainment industry for over fifty years. In many ways, he pioneered a distinctly Indian style and captured the imagination of people around the world. However, over the past decade, Indian cinema has taken an interesting turn; many quirky films beganRead More →

Laurence Olivier and Merle Oberon in the 1939 big screen adaptation of Wuthering Heights The theater is presenting the film in association with Sci-Fi Scarborough, and the screening will be followed by a Q&A with Julie Dawn Cole, who plays the spoiled Golden Ticket winner. The April schedule also includesRead More →

Anna’s invention has caught the attention of the town these days. The web series is based on an article written by Jessica Pressler. This article formed the basis of the web series. Likewise, the trend is noticed in many other films based on magazine articles written by popular female journalists.Read More →

The market study on the Global Multilayer Laminated Films Market will encompass the entire industry ecosystem, covering major regions i.e. North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, America, the Middle East and Africa, and the major countries within these regions. The Multilayer Laminated Films Market report provides in-depth analysis of the market focusingRead More →

Kenneth Branagh’s ‘Belfast’ is everywhere by the minute, but there are dozens of great movies that have come from Northern Ireland over the years. Branagh says that as a child he experienced “20 seconds the world turned upside down”, which provided him with creative inspiration decades later. The award-winning actorRead More →

And with downbeat American indie band The National providing the showtunes, there’s no room for its cast to exercise their jazz hands. But Wright was probably deliberately provocative. He weaves achingly beautiful musical sequences into this mournful adaptation of Erica Schmidt’s off-Broadway musical. Its greatest asset is its leader. FantasyRead More →

The BubbleRapApp is a children’s book to read in rhythm and in rhymes about sharing and caring BOLTON EAST, QUEBEC, CANADA, Feb. 16, 2022/ — Equation video: teaser (girl): teaser (Boy): The BubbleRapApp is a children’s book to read in rhythm and rhyme about sharing and caring. With that inRead More →

Everyone knows the Vietnam War movie classics, like Rambo I: First Blood (1982), Full Metal Jacket (1987) or Apocalypse Now (1979). However, many will be surprised to find that none of these films were shot in the Asian country. Therefore, the following list contains five equally famous films that wereRead More →

Click to enlarge The first African-American parachute unit shines in Jump into the fire. While feature films tend to grab headlines, the real cornucopia of cinematic offerings at a festival come from the short film showcases. This year’s SpIFF presents nine groups of short films – separated into various worldRead More →

Stan confirmed today that iconic veteran Drag Race judge Michelle Visage and acclaimed Aussie comedian Rhys Nicholson will return for an all-new season of the Stan Original series. RuPaul’s Drag Race Down. Back alongside RuPaul, Michelle and Rhys will be on deck to critique and mentor a new set ofRead More →

the Global plastic films market from 2021 to 2027 global study document, which recently released, has been prepared with a nice blend of business insights, fresh ideas, realistic and current-gen solutions to deliver a better customer experience. The report includes regional and international market statistics and forecasts a profitRead More →

Dubai Expo 2020, the world’s largest fair showcasing cultural, technological and architectural marvels, is set to screen 11 Pakistani films. The ongoing edition of the World Expo is the first in the Middle East and expects around 25 million visitors until its end in March 2022. With dazzling pavilions fromRead More →

At its heart, Aamis is a film about the different ways we express intimacy: the ways we discover little nuggets about ourselves and others through the food we choose to put in our mouths and in our plates. “Good food is like music you can taste, color you can smell.”Read More →

EXCLUSIVE: Array Releasing has acquired two new feature films from emerging South Asian directors: Agam Darshi’s Donkey head, and Sujata Day’s Definition please. The company acquired the distribution rights for both films in the United States, United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand, with additional territory from Canada for Definition Please.Read More →

Choice of the week Macbeth’s tragedy Frances McDormand in The Tragedy of Macbeth. Photograph: Alison Rosa / Apple TV For his first film without a collaborator / brother Ethan, Joel Coen delivered a confident and elegant take on Shakespeare’s murderous Scottish play. Denzel Washington is a beautifully brooding Macbeth, whileRead More →

Netflix’s “red notification” has been hugely popular since its release, and having names like Dwayne Johnson, Ryan Reynolds, and Gal Gadot certainly didn’t hurt. Is the film good? I mean, yeah, it’s a perfectly acceptable action comedy. Nothing to write home about, but it’s still not a bad way toRead More →

Here are 5 Akshay Kumar movies that were announced but weren’t made “class =” lazy img-responsive “data-src =” PM-920×518.jpeg “width =” 920 “height =” 518 “alt =” What! Did you know that these 5 films by Akshay Kumar that were once announced but never made ”/> Akshay Kumar isRead More →

Mumbai, Maharashtra, India (NewsView) It was a celebration of the human spirit in every way, at the CFBP Consumer Film Festival Awards Night at Taj Land’s End, Bandra, Mumbai. Now in its fourth year, this Council for Fair Business Practices (CFBP) initiative celebrates everything from art and movies, fashion, andRead More →

Priyanshu Painyuli’s role as handsome Captain Gagan Thakur in recently released OTT superhit Rashmi rocket still praised from all over more than a month after its release. Without a doubt, this strengthened Priyanshu’s career in Bollywood. The 33-year-old actor is no newbie to rave reviews, however, and was well receivedRead More →

The Eastern Nigeria International Film Festival ENIFF started last Wednesday in Enugu showing 50 films from 15 countries around the world.The four-day event features, among other films, a Moroccan film, “Ultimate King”, best Nigerian narrative film, “Yahoo Plus” and other award-winning films.ENIFF co-founder Obianujuaku Akukwe-Nwakalor, who spoke to reporters inRead More →

Nicolas Cage has illuminated the big screen with his performances for decades. Although his career has seen its ups and downs, he is undoubtedly a talented actor and he always delivers an entertaining performance. He’s touched on almost every genre, including drama, comedy, action, and horror. Even though he hasRead More →

Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Edgar Ramírez have teamed up for the romantic drama “Nobody’s Heart”, directed by Isabel Coixet (“The Bookstore”, “The Secret Life of Words”). WestEnd Films has kicked off international sales for the film, which will be presented to buyers on the US Virtual Film Market this week. CAARead More →