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World's biggest film festivals, including India's MAMI, come together for 'We Are One' online film fest
This is how it is going to be, the way forward. The outbreak of coronavirus pandemic has led to social distancing across the world, with several big events getting canceled amid self-isolation. So what happens to annual film festivals, that attract thousands every year and prove to be a platform to many filmmakers? They have now decided to take the film festival online.
Netflix documentary on Michelle Obama to stream from May 6
You can now get up close and personal with former first lady Michelle Obama as Netflix announced a new original documentary on her that is slated to release on May 6.
Actor-producer Steven Yeun to create television series for Amazon
Steven Yeun has struck a first-look TV deal with Amazon Studios as he gets to create television series for the streaming giant.
Oprah Winfrey, Julia Roberts and more to take part in 'The Call to Unite' online global event
Celebrities are trying their best to create awareness and raise funds amid the coronavirus outbreak. Charity concerts have seen the likes of Elton John, BTS, Lady Gaga, Backstreet Boys and many more artists coming together to raise funds and help those who have been financially affected by the pandemic.
The whole truth behind Quentin Tarantino's film with Michael Madsen, John Travolta
We have information on the real truth behind Quentin Tarantino’s project of criminal brothers with ‘Reservoir Dogs' Vic Vega played by Michael Madsen and ‘Pulp Fiction's Vincent Vega essayed by John Travolta.