Lost amid all the debate over the historical accuracy of hit period romancer "Jodhaa Akbar" was the fact that it showcased Indian special effects on an unprecedented scale.
The growth trajectory described by Kerala's Toonz Animation India is one that much of India's cartoon industry aspires to.
Looking at the pages of a newspaper in Mumbai, a foreign visitor will not be starved of gossip about Hollywood celebrities or news of upcoming releases. Copious entertainment sections may often run…
Ten years ago, India's animation industry was keen to promote the "Brand India" label, a pitch that suggested the quality of work might be better than foreigners imagined. Nowadays, nearly all the…
India is fast becoming the world's largest proving ground for how digital cinema can change an industry.
Henry Thomas, Kevin Corrigan Lothaire Bluteau, Carmen Chaplin and Reshad Strik have joined Distant Horizon's English-language remake of Japanese chiller "Don't Look Up."
Didier Lombard, chairman-CEO of giant Gallic telco France Telecom, will deliver one of the keynote speeches, "Inventing a New Media TV Experience," at April's 45th Mip TV mart.
"Captain Abu Raed," the Jordanian pic that picked up the World Cinema Audience Award at Sundance, has been acquired for international distribution by Fortissimo Films.
In a major outreach to the Indian diaspora, Wal-Mart will distrib Eros Intl. movies in Canada.
Hong Kong looks set to be the first territory in the world where Internet Protocol TV services overtake more traditional cable delivery of pay TV.
Ashok Amritraj has his own moviemaking reality TV show, "Gateway," that preemed last week on Sony's PIX network in India. But while he is selling Indian youngsters the dream of making it in…