Srishti Behl Arya, Director International Originals, Netflix India leads the films division, and admits she has her hands full with the increasing number of direct-to-digital releases.
While gender inequality may have come to haunt the Venice Film Festival, TIFF 2018 does not seem to have a problem in that department.
Shekhar Kapur wants to return to Indian cinema 24 years after Bandit Queen; says 'our Hindi films try too hard'
In the late '90s, the 72-year-old director Shekhar Kapur turned to Hollywood and made award-winning films such as Elizabeth and Elizabeth: The Golden Age.
Marathi film producer Atul B Tapkir was found dead at a luxury hotel in Pune on Sunday morning, police said. A post on his Facebook page indicates he was disturbed over the financial loss in filmmaking and a troubled family life
The head of the jury Priyadarshan said that while Hindi films were good, regional films fared better at the 64th National Film Awards 2017.
The Marathi film industry has always nurtured cinematic gems, and films like Kaasav, Ventilator and Dashakriya winning 2017's top National Awards is proof.
In conversation with Meenakshi Shedde on why regional cinema is doing so well.
A compilation of the best Indian films released in 2015 from among those watched by Anna MM Vetticad; it covers fiction features in all languages.
The latest edition of the Gorakhpur Film Festival is will held this weekend.
Bollywood filmmaker Karan Johar said that regional cinema is not his cup of tea because he doesn't understand the dynamics involved in vernacular movies.
Ever since her arrest, Shweta has been trending on the internet and she is getting vocal support from several corners.
Third Eye Cinema Fund (TECF), a Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi)-registered alternative investment fund, has decided to raise funds for the movie industry and earn 'blockbuster returns' for its investor.
The panel in its report also added that the Information and Broadcasting secretary was "receptive" to the idea of uploading regional classics in the Internet as it would ensure wider reach
The Committee on Estimates, while looking into the performance of National Film Archives of India suggested that Youtube, Facebook and Twitter could be explored to disseminate Indian films internationally.