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BERLIN– Guneet Monga and Karan Johar, the Indian power duo behind Cannes sensation “The Lunchbox,” are set to team up on the local remake Gaumont's “Intouchables,” the French comedy blockbuster…
In a further sign of Indian films targeting non-traditional audiences, Bollywood powerhouse YRF has hired Guneet Monga to execute international strategy on an indie pickup.
Japanese film "Like Father Like Son" was named as the best film at the Asia Pacific Film Festival awards ceremony in Macau.
Wong Kar-wai's "The Grandmaster" tops the nominations for the awards at the upcoming Asia Pacific Film Festival, which will return to Macau for the second year.
International executives and festival programmers this week flock to Goa, India for the Film Bazaar project market which takes place this week in the former Portuguese colony.
The decision to pick "The Good Road" as India's Oscar contender sparked howls of anguish from a high-profile group of Bollywood insiders who had thrown their weight behind "The Lunchbox," which had…
Benny Chan's action thriller "The White Storm" will have its world premiere as the opening film of the upcoming Hong Kong Asia Film Festival (Oct. 25 – Nov. 19).
Oscars touch a nerve around the world. The Film Federation of India has written to filmmaker Ritesh Batra demanding an apology for his Facebook posting that set off a media firestorm when he…
From India, surprising news: Ritesh Batra's acclaimed Cannes debut “The Lunchbox” will not be India's submission for the best foreign-language film award at the Oscars. The news from Japan was no…
The selection of "The Good Road" as India's foreign-language Oscar contender and the snub for hot favorite, "The Lunchbox" spark controversy.
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