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Voot Select to kick off direct-to-OTT Film Festival on 24 July

Voot Select is all set to host its first ever direct-to-OTT film festival starting 24 July. The Voot Select Film Fest will stream as many as 15 critically acclaimed movies across genres in a span of eight days, the platform announced on Friday.

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52nd edition of IFFI calls for entries for Indian Panorama

The 52nd International Film Festival of India (IFFI) has announced a call for entries for Indian Panorama, 2021. Indian Panorama is a flagship component of the International Film Festival of India (IFFI) under which the best of contemporary Indian films are selected for the promotion of film art.

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KAM SUMMIT '21 - Co-Production: Not a distant dream anymore?

Mumbai: Day one of the KAM Summit 2021 witnessed an enriching session on ‘Co-Production: Not a distant dream anymore’ where discussion over how co-production has been a lucrative opening for the animation sector and what are the different models and challenges being faced in co-production took...

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Amazon Prime signs multiyear licensing deal with Comcast's Universal

New Delhi: Starting 2022, Universal Pictures’ new live action films will first debut on Comcast's OTT platform Peacock after their theatrical releases, and then land exclusively on Amazon Prime Video four months later. The arrangement is part of a multiyear deal that Amazon has signed with Comcast’...

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India opens facilitation office to speed up approvals for international filmmakers: Javadekar

India has opened up a facilitation office to attract more international filmmakers to India and ensure that they get all permissions in one go, said the union minister for information and broadcasting Prakash Javadekar on Tuesday.

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