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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Dover, NH May Have Another Cable Option Soon

Residents of the city of Dover may soon have another option when it comes to who provides their cable services. City council will consider a resolution at Wednesday night’s meeting for a cable franchise deal with Atlantic Broadband. Dover currently has a non-exclusive cable franchise agreement with Comcast. This agreement …

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It’s fair time and time to get a job

Celebrate together again. That’s the theme of this year’s Central Washington State Fair, which runs September 24 through October 3. The fair will need a lot of workers this year and with around 70 days until the fair starts, the fair managers are organizing a job fair. Fair officials said …

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Parliamentary panel to question MeitY, MHA on the Pegasus issue on July 28, Telecom News, ET Telecom

New Delhi: Standing parliamentary committee, chaired by Congressman Shashi Tharoor, to question information and technology ministry and interior ministry officials over alleged illegal surveillance of journalists and political leaders using the Pegasus software. A meeting of the Standing Parliamentary Committee on Information Technology was called on July 28. Officials from …

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July 21 to 25 • The Nob Hill Gazette

It’s hard to believe we’re coming to the middle of summer, but luckily there’s an ever-growing list of exhibits, festivals, and fun ways to celebrate the second half of the season. Check out all the new and old events the Bay Area has to offer this week. Discover the works …

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Magnesium Diboride Market Size by Key Companies – Materion Corporation, Stanford Advanced Materials, ESPI, READE – The Manomet Current

New Jersey, United States, – The report highlights the current impact of COVID-19 on the Magnesium Diboride Market as well as the latest economic scenario and changing market dynamics. The Magnesium Diboride market report is a comprehensive document that contains vital information on key players, market trends, price analysis, and …

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Russian season at the Cannes Film Festival

This year, Russia sent six films to the Cannes Film Festival, four in competition and two in non-competitive categories. And the filmmakers won three awards: the Grand Prize for the film “Hytti Nro. 6 ”by Juho Kuosmanen co-produced with Russia – shared with the film“ Ghahreman ”(Hero) by Iranian filmmaker …

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Greatest A24 Movies of All Time

Can the box office success of “Ex Machina” be attributed to Oscar Isaac’s dancing? After all, the fetish actor who swung his arms and hips at a groovy beat has become a must-have GIF. In a way, the answer is yes, but only because this scene symbolizes the memorable tone …

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Every Jigsaw game played (before the first movie)

Saw’s first movie was released and apparently set in 2004, but John “Jigsaw” Kramer was playing games long before the opening credits. The first one Seen The movie was released and apparently set in 2004, but John “Jigsaw” Kramer was playing games long before the opening credits. Unlike many other …

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Poly Antistatic Film Market Size, Trends and Key Players – Achilles, Wiman, Blueridge Films, Syfan, Mitsubishi Polyester Film, Toray

Sample download request Need for customization Price and purchase options New Jersey, United States, – The Poly Antistatic Films market report contains the most basic information about the market. This comprehensive report offers insights into the market, models and drivers of business growth. It also includes Anti Static Poly Film …

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An escape movie for every mood

Before every top floor of a bar was transformed into an escape room marketed to offices looking for team-building exercises, there were the claustrophobic movies that set them off. 2019 Escape room turned out to be a big hit revealing one of the most terrifying tales of a group trapped …

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Cannes pays tribute to Bellocchio – Lifestyle

(ANSA) – ROME, JUL 16 – The Cannes Film Festival pays tribute to committed cult Italian director Marco Bellocchio with a three-day event culminating with the presentation of a Lifetime Achievement Award on Saturday at the outcome of the 74th edition of the emblematic festival. Thursday, Bellocchio, 81, had a …

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Best Cheap PC Games | TechRadar

Some PC gamers with big budgets for the best gaming PCs or gaming laptops maybe not a lot of money to spend on the best pc games. Others may just want something cheap to pass the time. Either way, there are plenty of notable titles that won’t break the bank …

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Lizzie Borden finally gets her due

Lizzie Borden, the filmmaker named after the 19th-century woman acquitted of her parents’ ax murder, has always been a self-proclaimed rebel. Appearing in the downtown New York art scene in the 1970s, she embarked on an artistic practice that embraced unpredictability, endurance and otherness. His critically acclaimed 1983 cult film, …

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Loki episode 6 ends teased in Avengers: Endgame

A Avengers: End of Game the line teased the terrifying conclusion to the finale of Loki. With the sixth and final episode released on Wednesday (July 14), fans have found out which of their many theories came to fruition – and are reacting rather enthusiastically. Many thought the next Thanos-style …

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Sandalwood claims Padma award for Ananth Nag

Bangalore: After Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent appeal to citizens to identify talented people for the Padma Awards, Sandalwood came together to nominate the name of Ananth Nag who has appeared in over 200 films for the honor. Director-turned-actor Risabh Shetty has launched a campaign on his social media pages …

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“Tomorrow’s Today” by Timothy Hines with Kelly Le Brock and Burt Young, Wins 3 Los Angeles Cinematography Awards

Above: Timothy Hines’ comedy film on recovery and redemption, ‘Tomorrow’s Today’, notched three wins at the Los Angeles Cinematography Awards. Timothy Hines’ comedy film on recovery and redemption, “Tomorrow’s Today,” won three awards at the Los Angeles Cinematography Awards, a film festival that demonstrates excellence in the art of cinematography …

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Nora Al Sharif’s “Ismail” paints a picture of Palestine you might not have seen

Ismail movie poster Istikana Nora Alsharif’s film “Ismail” has just been released on Istikana AMMAN, JORDAN, July 12, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – Istikana, the leading subscription video-on-demand service focused on Arab indie films, documentaries, shorts and classics, has released award-winning documentary Ismail إسماعيل by Palestinian director Nora Alsharif Nora Alsharif’s film …

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A powerful meditation on trauma

During its last week, the Cannes Film Festival will screen a few films that can be called anthologies of one kind or another: “The French Dispatch” by Wes Anderson (five discrete stories under one concept) on Monday, the anthology “The Year of the Everlasting Storm” (seven different directors discuss life …

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Adhesive Films Market Size by Major Key Vendors, Industry Growth and Application, Forecast 2021-2028 – The Manomet Current

New Jersey, United States, – the Adhesive Films Market The study provides details of market dynamics affecting the market, market size, and segmentation, and casts a shadow over major market players by highlighting the favorable competitive landscape and successful trends over the years. This market report presents the detailed profile …

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When a movie is good, but still wrong

Sometimes having good intentions and eyewitness testimony isn’t enough for a problem-focused newsreel to connect with its intended audience. The film “Dea”, recently edited by Hong Kong sales company Good Move Media, is one example. He is investigating the endangered lives of foreign domestic workers, who number in the hundreds …

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Why Netflix Movies Look So Weird

The history of cinema as an art parallels its history as technology. Have you ever wondered why the color of The Wizard of Oz is so saturated? Well, it wasn’t the first technicolor film, but it was the first to effectively advertise MGM’s new 3-band color process to a global …

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Weirdest Stories Disney Should Turn Into Movies Next

“Hercules” isn’t the only myth Disney should consider adapting. Known as “Quetzalcóatl” for the Azteks and “Kukulcán” for the Mayans, this feathered serpent god was originally associated with vegetation, but its popularity and influence increased until it was considered the god of the morning and evening star, death and resurrection, …

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