Nakuul Mehta - Best Actor Male In A Lead Role (Fans Choice) Sharing the picture snapped with the award, Nakuul wrote, "🎵This is not a, this is not a Swan, swan song...🎵..Won the Best Actor - Popular at the #IndianTellyAwards2019 for #Ishqbaaaz. Can't think of a better farewell for everybody who has invested their life & blood into this baby of ours. Gargantuan gratitude ❤️" - (sic) … [Read more...] about Indian Telly Awards Winners Share Pics; Hina Celebrates Victory; Kunal Calls Nakuul His Inspiration!
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The film marks Abu-Assad's return to the director's chair in his native homeland after 2017's survival thriller The Mountain Between Us, starring Kate Winslet and Idris Elba. It also sees the filmmaker reunite with both his Paradise Now star Ali Suliman and Maisa Abd Elhadi, who appeared in Abu-Assad's 2015 biopic – and his last feature shot in Palestine – The Idol. … [Read more...] about Berlin: Two-Time Oscar Nominee Hany Abu-Assad Preps Palestinian Thriller ‘Huda’s Salon’
Never mind that, despite its Polish IP, little of The Witcher actually shot in the country (other than a few key scenes reportedly done at the Ogrodzieniec Castle near the German-Czech border, the series was filmed mainly in Hungary and on the Spanish island La Palma). Cavill’s all-conquering hero is a fitting symbol for the growing strength of Poland’s homegrown audiovisual industry. Take the film business: Polish box office topped $290 million last year, with 60.9 million admissions, continuing a long run of record-breaking years. Disney’s The Lion King managed to beat out local hit Kogel Mogel 3, the latest in a wildly popular comedy franchise, and Joker came in just ahead of Patryk Vega’s Politics, a ripped-from-the- headlines news satire, but local-language features, which account for about a third of total ticket sales, remain the driving force behind revenue growth. … [Read more...] about Why the Polish Film Industry Is Quietly On a Roll
The video features the band in a live action and pencil-sketch sequence called rotoscoping in which the live action footage is traced over frame-by-frame to give the characters realistic movements. Approximately 3,000 frames were rotoscoped, a process that took 16 weeks. … [Read more...] about A-ha’s ‘Take On Me’ Rotoscope Video Hits One Billion Views On YouTube
First, I'm a huge fan of the BAFTAs and a long-term member. After last year, we sat down as an industry and had a discussion about eligibility. What the last year has really shown us is it's not about how much money you throw at things, it's about the quality of the films that are being produced. I'm a big fan of some of the streaming services, though I haven't been as impressed with the films as with some of their other content. But I think there is something about the unholy alliance between creatives and the suits, that you see at the [film] studios that produces success. You can't just thrown money at a director and expect to make a hit movie. … [Read more...] about Vue CEO Tim Richards on ‘Parasite,’ Battling Netflix and Pulling Out of Saudi Arabia