Cannes to celebrate 100 years of Indian cinema
Amitabh Bachchan’s The Great Gatsby will open the festival in May. Cineswami also tells us about the second Sundance Screenwriters Lab
The Great Gatsby, directed by Baz Luhrmann, will open the Cannes film festival on May 15. Though Amitabh Bachchan said this about his role in the film – “I have a 2 seconds role in the film. Just did it as a gesture” – for his millions of fans worldwide, he is the only reason they’ll even consider watching the film. Click here to read more
Zee Talkies celebrates 100 years of Indian cinema with special calendar
The yearly calendar is dedicated to the finest actors and the best films in Marathi cinema
Filmfare Awards 2013: Shahrukh Khan and Anushka Sharma pay tribute to 100 years of Indian cinema
The awards ceremony was indeed a special one, as it’s Indian cinema’s centennial year
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan unveils Filmfare’s special trophy to commemorate 100 years of Indian cinema!
As Indian cinema celebrates its 100 years, B-town’s ultimate diva, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, showcased Filmfare Awards’ special trophy with a golden base
Every actor of our much celebrated film industry, big or small, craves to hold the black lady in their hands. Such is the desirability quotient of Filmfare Awards, that it can easily seduce the most desirable A-listers, with its irresistible charm. Click here to read more
Is Indian cinema 100 years old? Or not?
The controversy surrounding the subject is gaining steam, with naysayers claiming that we still have a year to go
Everyone’s busy celebrating 100 years of Indian cinema, with even the government putting aside other national crises to introduce new awards. Click here to read more
100 years of Indian cinema: Top 10 films of the silent era
The first film made by an Indian was Raja Harishchandra, which was shown to the public on May 3, 1913. As we enter the 100th year of India cinema, we take a look at the silent era (from 1913 to 1930) of the movies and present to you our top 10 films from this period
Raja Harishchandra, 1913: Even though the first film that went into making was Shree Pundalik by Dadasaheb Torne, in 1912, it was considered a British production. Click here to read more