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I&B minister Prakash Javadekar inaugurates Virtual India Pavilion at Cannes Film Market 2020

Minister of information and broadcasting, Prakash Javadekar inaugurated the India Pavilion at the Cannes Film Market 2020 virtually. The pavilion showcases Indian cinema across linguistic, cultural and regional spheres and aims at forging an increasing number of international partnerships in...

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Lionsgate reports $944 million revenue in Q4

Global content leader Lionsgate has reported fourth quarter (ending 31 March, 2020) revenue of $944 million, operating loss of $12 million and net loss attributable to Lionsgate shareholders of $45 million or $0.20 diluted net loss per share on 219.9 million diluted weighted average common shares...

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Don't break the chain: Why streaming piracy prevention requires industry-wide collaboration

Video piracy is not dissimilar to a game of cat and mouse where both protagonist and victim are caught up in a seemingly unending match of wits and agility.

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REWIND NETWORKS' HITS MOVIES LAUNCHES ON MYANMAR'S CANAL+

Singapore/Yangon – Rewind Networks today announced the launch of HITS MOVIES in Myanmar through a carriage deal with CANAL+. The channel is available on Channel 1004 in HD. HITS MOVIES joins sister channel HITS, which has been on CANAL+ (Channel 34) since January 2018.  

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Oscar departs from norm; awards 'Parasite' multiple times

MUMBAI: The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences sprang a few surprises at the Oscar Awards today. For starters, it rechristened the foreign language film category to best international feature film. It took that renaming pretty seriously by showering the South Korean film Parasite with...

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