By Yash Thakur. Posted on July 09, 2015
Everything a filmmaker needs to know, curated from around the world.
Europe's largest annual Asian event, the London Indian Film Festival (LIFF) is expanding this year to serve audience's in U.K. second largest city, Birmingham. The festival will run in the city from from 20 – 26 July.
LIFF director Cary Sawhney talks to Jamuura about the inception, the perspective and the future of his film festival, ahead of the 6th edition this month.
Popular film criticism site The Dissolve shuts down. Since July of 2013, it has consistently been home to some of the most engaging and thought-provoking writing on the 'net, and was a source for the Criticwire's (Indiewire offshoot) Daily Reads.
"I have no desire to play any other superheroes after this," Ryan Reynolds tells Huffington Post ahead of the highly anticipated Deadpool film. The film is set to release early next year.
New trailer for Steven Spielberg's true story thriller Bridge Of Spies starring Tom Hanks. The film follows an American lawyer who finds himself thrown into the center of the paranoid Cold War.
Before Sunrise trilogy star Julie Delpy is back behind the camera (the last time was for 2 Days in New York), and in front of it, with the broadly crowd pleasing movie Lolo.
Casey Affleck, Chris Pine and Ben Foster are caught in a massive storm in the true story drama The Finest Hours. The story follows the crew of an oil tanker who must fight to survive after their ship is ripped in half during a vicious storm.
One of the most exciting writers in Bollywood, Juhi Chaturvedi (Vicky Donor, Madras Cafe, Piku) takes us through her journey of creating memorable characters.
Here are 10 tips that will help you be more prepared and efficient when you start editing a project.
Ready for a summer full of fundraising? This list should help you on your quest for funding.
There are still a lot of films that are lying in the cans and awaiting a theatrical release, despite winning accolades at international festivals. Here’s a list of 7 such films that we would love to see in theaters sometime soon.
Here's a comparison between the storyboards and the scenes shot in John Carpenter's iconic thriller The Thing. The film ranks as one of the moat popular horror films of all time.