‘Game of Thrones’ is Gone, but TV Production Continues to Thrive in Spain’s Navarre Region
Spain’s northern region of Navarre has fortified its position as a hub for the audiovisual industry in recent years and, mirroring trends seen elsewhere in the country, seen particularly strong growth in TV production in the past year, in spite of the current COVID-19 pandemic.
In media and entertainment, there’s no model for global platforms to acquire in local countries, says Ronnie Screwvala
Founder and Managing Director of Chiratae Ventures, serial entrepreneur and investor Ronnie Screwvala talks about future of media and entertainment industry, the debate around OTT vs theatres, navigating the COVID-19 crisis, and more.
Film trade expert Komal Nahta reveals if producers are earning from OTT releases
The Indian entertainment industry is witnessing a massive shift with the lockdown in place due to the coronavirus pandemic. Theatres are shut and the digital release of films has taken precedence, keeping the momentum in mind. But are these releases benefitting the producers?
People are grudgingly watching movies at home: PVR CEO
Paperless tickets, sanitisation cabinets, empty seats—PVR Cinemas CEO Gautam Dutta talks about why cinemas must reopen and with what precautions, and what they can achieve against OTT rivals once back in the race.
Women directors at the heart of London Indian Film Festival 2020
Among some of the highlights of this year’s festival are Arati Kadav’s sci-fi film ‘Cargo’, Deepti Gupta’s documentary with musician Sona Mohapatra and Tannishtha Chaterjee’s directorial debut, ‘Roam Rome Mein’.