Film festival News
Prabhas-Rana Daggubati-Anushka Shetty-Tamannaah starrer Baahubali to participate in IIT Madras fest Saarang!
Team Baahubali is all set to promote their magnum opus period drama on a grand scale…
The much awaited multi-lingual period drama, Baahubali, is going to participate in the 40th edition of Saarang, the prestigious cultural fest of India’s premiere educational institution, IIT Madras, from January 7-11. Wonder what they will be doing there? Click here to read more
Mani Ratnam: Every movie at film festival teaches something
The ace filmmaker has been jury to many film festivals in India and across the globe as well
Ace filmmaker Mani Ratnam, a regular at film festivals across the globe, attends the movie extravaganzas as a movie buff because he feels every film teaches something worthwhile. Click here to read more
Filmistaan trailer: Will the film manage to tickle the funny bone?
The first trailer of the film is out and it looks like a treat for all cinema ke pujaris. Check it out… Click here to read more
Is Rajkumar Hirani planning to make another Taare Zameen Par?
The P.K director wants to follow his favourite actor and direct a children’s film. Will this be the next Taare Zameen Par?
Rajkumar Hirani, watched his son Vir’s directorial debut film Return Gift, and expressed his desire to direct films for children someday. Return Gift, a four-minute film made by the teenager son of the 3 Idiots director, is based on a true story of his grandmother. Click here to read more
Sharon Stone to be honoured at the Marrakech International Film Festival!
Her philanthropy efforts have earned her yet another feather in her cap!
Sharon Stone is set to add another award to her mantelpiece in the coming weeks when she will be honoured at the Marrakech International Film Festival in Morocco. Click here to read more
Filmit India Film Festival: School students make shorts on heritage!
INTACH organised a unique film production initiative where children were trained to make films to spread awareness about heritage and the environment
The Indian National Trust for Art & Cultural Heritage (INTACH) held a short film-making competition for students from 30 schools in eight Indian cities. Click here to read more
‘Gattu’ travels to Indian Film Festival Stuttgart
The film that won at the Los Angeles and New York film festivals now goes to Germany
It’s the time of indie films making big, and director Rajan Khosa’s film Gattu is making the most of it. After travelling to various parts of the world, the film has now been invited to the ninth edition of Indian Film Festival Stuttgart, Germany. Click here to read more