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New James Bond film ‘No Time To Die’ set to hit theatres in Maharashtra on Oct 22

Mumbai/IBNS: New James Bond film ‘No Time To Die’ is set to release in theatres in Maharashtra on Oct 22, the day when cinemas in the western Indian state reopens following COVID-19-induced restrictions.

Landmark report highlights untapped potential of Africa’s film industry

New York: Africa’s film and audiovisual industries could create over 20 million jobs and contribute $20 billion to the continent’s combined Gross Domestic Product (GDP), the UN cultural agency, UNESCO, said on Tuesday in a new report highlighting this untapped potential.

Britney Spears' father no longer singer's guardian after Los Angeles court order

Los Angeles/IBNS: A verdict by a Los Angeles Judge removed pop singer Britney Spears' father as the guardian of his daughter, media reports said.

TIFF 2021 screens 'As In Heaven' dealing with ignorance and misinformation

Toronto/IBNS: Toronto International Film Festival 2021 (TIFF 2021) is screening 'As In Heaven', a powerful film set in the 19th century, addressing issues like religious dogma, superstitions and unscientific beliefs that are still being dealt with by humanity.

Iconic French actor and 'Breathless' star Jean-Paul Belmondo dies at 88

Paris: Iconic French actor and New Wave poster boy Jean-Paul Belmondo, who was hailed as a national treasure of France and had starred in Jean-Luc Godard’s masterpiece “Breathless”, died at the age of 88 in Paris on Monday, media reports said. 

Offline registration for delegates for 52nd IFFI begins

Panaji/IBNS: The offline registration for the delegates for the 52nd  International Film Festival of India (IFFI) is set to be open from Sept 6, 2021.

US man featured as naked baby in Nirvana's 1991 'Nevermind' album cover sues band alleging sexual exploitation

The American man, who had featured as a naked baby in the cover of Nirvana's Nevermind album, has sued the band for "sexual exploitation", media reports said.

Afghan singer Aryana Sayeed flees country after Taliban invasion

Kabul/Istanbul/IBNS: Afghan singer-songwriter-television personality, Aryana Sayeed, reached Turkey after fleeing Taliban-invaded Afghanistan, which is now gripped with tension all around.

Emmy-nominated Tirlok Malik’s film celebrating India's 75th Independence Day to release digitally on Aug 27

New York/IBNS: New York-based Emmy-nominated Tirlok Malik’s short film ‘To New India with Love’ celebrating India’s 75th Independence Day would be will be released on various digital platforms by Padma Shri Dr. Sudhir Parikh, Chairman of Parikh Worldwide Media, with its world premiere on Aug 27 at 11.00 AM EST (USA/CANADA) and 8.30 PM IST (INDIA) on the YouTube channel of nritvfilmclub.

Fast and Furious 9 to hit the theatres on Sept 3

The ninth instalment in the Fast and Furious franchise, Fast9, will now be released in the cinemas on Sept 3.

KASHISH 2021 to virtually screen 39 LGBTQIA+ films from Asia

Mumbai/IBNS: Celebrating its position as South Asia’s biggest LGBTQIA+ film festival, in its 12th edition, KASHISH Mumbai International Queer Film Festival has turned the spotlight on LGBTQIA+ films from Asia selecting 39 films from countries like India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Myanmar, Iran, Lebanon, Turkey and Indonesia.

Universal Pictures drops trailer of The Addams Family 2

Los Angeles/IBNS: Universal Pictures has recently unveiled the official trailer for The Addams Family sequel, giving fans a sneak peek at Morticia, Gomez and the rest of the creepy and kooky clan as they make their way across the country on a family road trip-cum-vacation.

Grammy award winner and internationally renowned musicians unite with Indian legends to create the Yoga Anthem

Mumbai/IBNS: For the first time ever, a Grammy award winner and recognized artists from across the globe have come together to create a government-affiliated song like never before, now available exclusively on Damroo Music Streaming App.

Hong Kong: Movie discussing same-sex marriage issue of Taiwan removed from film festival

Hong Kong: A Hong Kong film festival has removed a documentary that discusses the issue of same-sex marriage.

Bangladeshi short film receives honorable mention at Prague film fest

Bangladeshi short film “Niruddesh Jatra” (Journey to oblivion) has received an honorable mention in the Best Student Director category at the Prague International Indie Film Festival.