Amazon India Bought the Biggest Films When Cinemas Were Closed. As They Reopen, How Will the Streamer Adapt?

Amazon Prime Video’s India service, like their streaming rivals Netflix and Disney Plus Hotstar, have enjoyed the benefits of acquiring theatrical titles with cinemas closed. But as the country’s movie theaters prepare to reopen, what’s Amazon’s next play for feature … Read more…

Horror Films Have Always Tapped Into Pop Culture’s Most Urgent Fears. COVID-19 Will Be Their Next Inspiration

The Great Depression, McCarthy era and Vietnam War. In addition to being pivotal episodes in modern American history that fueled periods of great unrest, these events have something else in common: they all served as the catalyst for distinct trends … Read more…

‘Our Planet’ Producer Silverback Films Returns with David Attenborough’s Powerful “Witness Statement” to the World

Silverback Films made a splash last year with Emmy-winning natural history hit “Our Planet,” which quickly became Netflix’s most watched docuseries soon after launching. Narrated by Sir David Attenborough, the ground-breaking series mixed jaw-dropping scenes of nature with an urgent … Read more…

Jasmila Zbanic, Director of Venice Competition Film ‘Quo Vadis, Aida?,’ Prepping New Films, Series (EXCLUSIVE)

Bosnian filmmaker Jasmila Žbanić, whose latest feature, “Quo Vadis, Aida?,” world premieres Sept. 3 in competition at the Venice Film Festival, is developing a slate of new projects, including a documentary about the Jewish Bosnian businessman and philanthropist Emerik Blum, … Read more…

Lucrecia Martel’s ‘Chocobar’ Among Locarno Festival Lineup of ‘Films After Tomorrow’ Works-in-Progress

New works by prominent auteurs Lucrecia Martel, Lav Diaz, Lisandro Alonso and Wang Bing grace the lineup of works-in-progress unveiled by the Locarno Film Festival. The canceled Swiss fest dedicated to indie cinema on Thursday announced 20 titles that made … Read more…

Film News Roundup: Kaniehtiio Horn Romantic Comedy ‘Tell Me I Love You’ Lands at Vision Films

In today’s film news roundup, romantic comedy “Tell Me I Love You” finds a home; the Canadian government gives COVID-19 relief funding to the Canada Media Fund and Telefilm Canada; and the cancelled Sun Valley Film Festival gives out awards. … Read more…

Film News Roundup: Kaniehtiio Horn Romantic Comedy ‘Tell Me I Love You’ Lands at Vision Films

In today’s film news roundup, romantic comedy “Tell Me I Love You” finds a home; the Canadian government gives COVID-19 relief funding to the Canada Media Fund and Telefilm Canada; and the cancelled Sun Valley Film Festival gives out awards. … Read more…

‘Once normalcy returns, Sooryavanshi and ’83 will be the first two films to arrive’, says Reliance Entertainment’s Shibashish Sarkar

While Sooryavanshi features Akshay Kumar and Katrina Kaif in lead roles, ’83 stars Ranveer Singh, Deepika Padukone and Pankaj Tripathi in pivotal characters … news entertainment – BingNews DEAL UPDATE:

‘Once normalcy returns, Sooryavanshi and ’83 will be the first two films to arrive’, says Reliance Entertainment’s Shibashish Sarkar

While Sooryavanshi features Akshay Kumar and Katrina Kaif in lead roles, ’83 stars Ranveer Singh, Deepika Padukone and Pankaj Tripathi in pivotal characters … news entertainment – BingNews BEST ENTERTAINMENT UPDATE:

Hailey Baldwin Films Justin Bieber Hilariously Pretending ‘The Floor Is Lava’ In A Onesie — Watch

Justin Bieber showed off his endurance skills in this makeshift obstacle course! The singer hopped and skipped his way through his home, all without touching the floor! Hollywood Life BEST DEAL UPDATE: Receive Free 2-Day Shipping + A Sweet Birthday … Read more…

Latido Films Boards ‘Born a King’ as Movie Mints Millions in Saudi Arabia, UAE (EXCLUSIVE)

BUENOS AIRES  —  Bringing onto the market what looks like by far the biggest new movie at Ventana Sur, Latido Films has acquired international sales rights to Agustí Villaronga’s “Born a King,” starring Ed Skrein, fresh off his star-turn in … Read more…

BBC Studios & Oxford Scientific Films Team With China International Television Corporation On Wildlife Doc Series

BBC Studios and ITV-backed Oxford Scientific Films have teamed with China International Television Corporation (CITVC) on a high-end documentary series that will explore China’s national parks. The British firms have partnered with the subsidiary of China Media Group, as well as EOS … Read more…

‘Barbarians Rising’ & ‘This Is Football’ Producer October Films’ Chairman Denman Rooke Departs After 24 Years

Denman Rooke is stepping down as executive chairman of October Films, the UK and U.S. production company known for making History’s Barbarians Rising. Rooke has worked at the production outfit for 24 years, first joining as a director in 1995, … Read more…