Helping its box office run, Bollywood biopic “Bhaag Milkha Bhaag” is getting tax incentives from state governments in India. Several states seem to be tripping over each other to exempt entertainment…
Goa Film Festival
Germany has long played a significant role in international co-productions, but in recent months clear commercial interests as well as new funding initiatives have boosted collaboration with partners…
LONDON — India is looking to gain increased access to the lucrative Chinese film market after the box office success there of Bollywood pic "3 Idiots," which grossed $3 million. China currently…
India's Information & Broadcasting ministry has blacked out Comedy Central for 10 days, beginning May 25, for airing two primetime shows deemed offensive.
Indian helmer Gurvinder Singh's Punjabi-language "Anhey Ghore Da Daan" (Alms for a Blind Horse) has won the Golden Peacock for best film and a cash prize of Rupees 4 million ($73,700) at the 43rd…
India's National Film Development Corp., the country's leading state film org., has chosen 26 projects for its co-production market.
LONDON -- Ben Roberts, the new director of the BFI Film Fund, will deliver the keynote address as the Film London Production Finance Market on Oct. 17.
A tender and delicately rendered fable of devotion and community intolerance.
The Indian government is keen to make the western state of Goa the permanent home of the Indian Intl. Film Festival, along the lines of the Cannes Film Fest, and it is asking the Cannes organizers…
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