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The New Screen Ecology in India Digital Transformation of Media

Digital Revolution: Smith Mehta’s New Book Unveils the Transformation of India’s Media Landscape

The New Screen Ecology in India: Digital Transformation of Media is a new book authored by Smith Mehta.

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4DX is a 4D film presentation system developed by CJ 4DPlex, a subsidiary of South Korean cinema chain CJ CGV.

Immersive Cinematic Thrills: 4DX Film Experience in India

In recent years, the Indian film industry has witnessed a revolution in the way movies are experienced. Gone are the days when viewers would simply sit back, popcorn in hand, and watch a film unfold on the big screen. Today, the Indian audience is increasingly seeking an immersive and multisensory cinematic experience, and one of…

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YISFF 2023: Calling All Student Filmmakers for an International Showcase!

In an exciting development for young filmmakers, Yuva Media and Entertainment, Chennai, is thrilled to announce the launch of the 1st Yuva International Short Film Festival (YISFF). This prestigious film festival is geared towards students in colleges and universities worldwide and is scheduled to take place on November 5, 2023, at “The Edouard Michelin Auditorium…

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The query was “Write a short story on social inclusion“ Once upon a time, there was a small village nestled in the hills. The people in this village were kind and friendly, but they also had a tendency to exclude anyone who didn’t fit in with their idea of what was “normal.” This meant that…

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Golden 1990s: The Decade which redefined cinema

The 1990s was a period of immense growth for the movie-going public. The decade saw the birth of some of the most iconic films in history, with the likes of “Jurassic Park,” “Terminator 2,” and “Forrest Gump” all making their debuts. But more than just being a time of great movie releases, the early 1990s…

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Why did the Lumière brothers see cinema as "an invention without any future"?

Lumière Brothers predicted cinema as an ‘invention without any future’: What these early Film Makers thought of cinema

Introduction In the late 1800s, the Lumière brothers [Auguste Marie Louis Nicolas Lumière (19 October 1862 – 10 April 1954) and Louis Jean Lumière (5 October 1864 – 6 June 1948)] were considered to be the fathers of modern cinema. But despite their early success, they actually saw very little future for the medium. In…

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Sony Pictures Entertainment and Hyundai Motor Announce Unique And Pioneering Multi-Picture Promotional Partnership

Hyundai Motor Company and Sony Pictures Entertainment today announced they have entered into a unique and unprecedented multi-picture promotional partnership that will feature the automaker’s new models and technologies in upcoming Sony Pictures productions. Under the deal Hyundai Motor will also offer substantial marketing support and the companies will collaborate on a wide range of ancillary content-creation. The partnership will marry Sony Pictures IP…

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Katla shooting during covid

Covid-19 loses against the determination of filmmakers

by Sonalika Singh Director Baltasar Kormakur and Producer Lucas Foster stand at the dawn of a new era of filmmaking. Both of them have resorted to strict and rigorous methods to battle against the spread of the Coronavirus in order to continue with the shooting of a Netflix series “Katla” and a horror movie based…

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‘Filmmaking cannot be taught, but can be learned’ – Uma Vangal

The report by Yash Mishra The internet is full of webinars since the lockdown. Out of all the Department of Media Sciences of Anna University College of Engineering organized an excellent webinar for film scholars and lovers. The guest speaker was Uma Vangal, a well-known filmmaker and a film critic. The topic was around “Cinema…

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