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Producers Guild of India issues clarification on shooting resumption guidelines

MUMBAI: The Film & TV Producers Guild of India (the guild) today issued a clarification relating to shooting guidelines that would be put in place once the lockdown courtesy the Covid2019 pandemic is lifted and filming is permitted by the various governments.  Certain media outlets have carried...

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This is not the time to think of loss or profit: SVF’s Mahendra Soni

The unprecedented COVID-19 crisis has thrown a spanner in the works of both large companies as well as small and medium enterprises. SVF, one of the biggest production houses in East India, is also not an exception.

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Industry must scale down together to ensure one party does not cannibalise another: Bodhi Tree CEO Mautik Tolia

The TV production industry had to hurriedly drop everything and wrap up shoots in order to comply with government directives to stop shooting and avoid large gatherings. With shoots re-opening in the near future, production houses will have to implement several changes in the way they function.

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Production houses keep their faith as they weigh impact of COVID-19

The iconic ‘Lights, camera, action’ has been temporarily silenced across the world. The COVID-19 pandemic is wreaking havoc on the once-thriving media and entertainment industry, stymieing its smooth functioning, at least for the time being.

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CINTAA seeks donations to help film, TV artists amid COVID-19 crisis

MUMBAI: The cine and TV artistes' association (CINTAA) has appealed to the masses and its A-lister members to donate rations and funds for the benefit of film and TV artists who have lost their livelihood amid the ongoing 21-day lockdown.

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