Monthly Archives: August 2021

CII SummitFX 2021 saw eminent personalities talk about the current state, growth and future possibilities of the AVGC industry

CII’s Media and Entertainment Committee hosted the second edition of CII SummitFX, which lasted for six days and saw some interesting sessions from August 24-29. Fittingly, the theme for 2021 was “The Reset”. Emerging from the two waves of COVID 19, many industry verticals in the Animation, Visual Effects, Gaming …

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Bollywood bets big on patriotic sagas

New Delhi: Bollywood is ready to bet bigger on the proven strategy of patriotic and nationalist films in the post-covid months to bring audiences back to the cinema. Filmmakers and trade experts have said that films like Kangana Ranaut’s Tejas where she plays a fighter pilot, the biopics on Sam …

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Upcoming Netflix Original Movies You Need To Know

When he was doing teen comedies like “Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy” and “Step Brothers” few expected longtime Will Ferrell collaborator Adam McKay to become one of the most critical critics. fierce of American culture. “The Big Short and” Vice “retained McKay’s signature sense of humor, but used it …

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Transparent Conductive Films Market Size and Forecast 2021-2028 | Key players – Nitto Denko Corporation, Teijin, TDK Corporation, Toyobo, Gunze, Canatu, Cambrios Technologies, C3nano

Transparent Conductive Films Market Size and Forecast Transparent Conductive Films Market Data and acquisition research study with trends and opportunities 2021-2028, the Transparent Conductive Films Market study is a compilation of the Transparent Conductive Films market in its entirety on the basis of types, applications, trends and opportunities , Mergers …

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Ganju Film Society begins its journey

Horendro Nath Singh and Sourav Kumar Singh A new film society named Ganju Film Society, comprising young people from the ethnic minority community of Ganju, began its journey on Thursday, a press release said. Horendro Nath Singh and Ronjit Kumar were elected respectively chairman and secretary general of the first …

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12 Minute Movie References Explained

12 minutes, an elegant thriller in a time loop, carries within it the love of cinema of the developer Luis Antonio through various allusions and tributes. The most obvious of these is of course the time loop mechanism itself, which is immediately reminiscent of the 1993 film. Groundhog day. References …

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“His socialist smile”: Docs Ireland Review | Comments

Director: John Gianvito. WE. 2020. 93 minutes The latest photo from documentary filmmaker and video essayist John Gianvito is further reflection on the themes that have occupied much of his career: protest, social injustice, radicalism. The subject of this sparse and stripped-down film is 19th-century activist, activist, speaker, and author …

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Film festivals put Arkansas cinema in the spotlight

A growing number of film festivals are attracting the attention of filmmakers in northwest Arkansas and could create more jobs supporting the state’s creative economy, organizers say. “What’s so interesting about cinema is that it’s not just an art, it’s business, it’s economic development, it’s tourism,” said Kathryn Tucker, Director …

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Beyond Prince Caspian: Ben Barnes

In 2008, the world of Narnia added a new character when Prince Caspian stepped on the scene and spotlighted talented newcomer Ben Barnes. Like many viewers, this was my first introduction to Barnes as he portrayed Caspian in the sequel to the hit movie. The Chronicles of Narnia, The Lion, …

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WANJIRU GICHOHI – The African research assistant as a hunter-gatherer: an insider’s perspective

Download PDFPrint the article Fatma Alloo’s activism developed in the decades following Tanzania’s independence in 1961, when she worked as a journalist under Julius Nyerere, or Mwalimu, the first president of Tanzania; co-founded the women’s rights group Tanzania Media Women’s Association (TAMWA) in 1987; and co-founded the vibrant Zanzibar International …

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Stop whatever you’re doing and buy A24 merch

Last year, a group of celebrities began wearing merchandise featuring the logo of independent film studio Elara. From Timothée Chalamet and Emily Ratajkowski to Finn Wolfhard and Pete Davidson, Hollywood’s hottest names couldn’t get enough of the production company founded in 2014 by Sebastian Bear-McClard and Josh and Benjamin Safdie. …

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Global Polyvinyl Butyral (PVB) Market Business Strategy, Application Analysis, Company Profile and Technology Analysis, Major Players Forecast Report Till 2027

Global Polyvinyl Butyral (PVB) Market was valued at US $ 2.81 billion in 2020, estimated at US $ 4.50 billion in 2027 with a CAGR of 6.06% from 2021 to 2027. Global Polyvinyl Butyral (PVB) Market industry research report 2021-2027 presents precise information and comprehensive analysis of the market size, …

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BlackStar Film Festival returns for its 10th year

A native of Philadelphia, Ephraim Asili, now an assistant professor at Bard College in New York, will see his first feature film screened at BlackStar. “The Inheritance” is both a narrative fiction and a cinematic essay on the history of black liberation. The protagonist inherits a West Philly house from …

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