Vivek Agnihotri is set to release his upcoming “The Kashmir Files” featuring Anupam Kher, Mithun Chakraborty, Darshan Kumar and many more. While the film has already garnered a lot of attention for several reasons, ETimes has reached out to the indie filmmaker who has made some explosive revelations about hisRead More →

AREWA24, the leading Hausa-language family entertainment and lifestyle television channel with a production studio in Nigeria and West Africa, announces the launch of its “new original drama and film division”. The company’s new production division will develop, script and produce a series of new drama series and original feature films,Read More →

(Editor’s note: This article, written by Susan Brind Morrow, originally from Geneva, first appeared in The Nation, the oldest continuously published weekly magazine in the United States, covering current affairs, progressive political and cultural opinion and analysis. It is reprinted with The Nation’s permission.) The Finger Lakes region was settledRead More →

The 2022 Brand Film Awards US, presented by PRWeek US, Campaign US and MM+M, are open for submissions. The seventh annual celebration of brand storytelling – formerly known as Brand Film Festival New York – will showcase the year’s most artistic, creative and impactful films produced by and for brandsRead More →

Saudi Arabia’s leading art house, Cinema ElHoush champions independent films, which move away from mainstream commercial cinema. Independent films are often described as the cinema of the elite, given that they target audiences with refined tastes and do not bring in significant box office revenue. However, they collected important worldRead More →

SHARJAH, 13th October, 2021 (WAM) — A panel discussion titled “Independent Films” held last night at the 8th Sharjah International Film Festival for Children and Youth (SIFF 2021), provided attendees with a unique opportunity to reflect on the changing role of independent films and their impact on regional cinema. BigRead More →

Sharjah 24: The 8th Sharjah International Film Festival for Children and Young People (SIFF 2021), which runs until October 15, offered participants a unique opportunity to reflect on the changing role of independent films and their impact on regional cinema, during a round table entitled ‘Independent Films’ which was heldRead More →

The Tokyo Olympics attract the attention of the Brazilian public. Many people get up early to follow the matches organized in Japan. If you are part of this group, you have everything to enjoy Champion Life, a feature film starring swimmer Katrin Savard and available on the virtual cinema platform.Read More →

Staying at home hasn’t stopped programming director Richard Beer from arranging an ongoing film schedule for Vancouver’s only independent cinema, the Kiggins Theatre. “We just launched Virtual Cinema,” Beer said last week. It is a streaming service hosted by a company called Film Movement, which aims to bring the latestRead More →