Belatedly celebrating Indian movie centenary, the National Museum of Indian Cinema will open its doors in Mumbai next month.
The Indian government has unveiled a new regime for television ratings that will take almost immediate effect.
India is to introduce a simplified permit system for shooting domestic and international films from Jan. 1, 2014. The current lack of a 'Single Window Clearance' is one of the biggest obstacles…
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…
The winds of change are blowing across Indian cinema, particularly in the contentious ratings process. Films need clearance from the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) before they can be…
India and Spain have inked a co-production pact designed to improve co-operation between the two countries in feature films, docus and toonpics.
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