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Cinematic Revolution in Indian Cinema

• Khushwant Singh’s historical novel is set to be adapted for the big screen with no sets, actors, or even cameras, in a first for India’s film industry • Unlike Hollywood, India’s film industry is cautiously optimistic about AI due to the lower production costs and doubt that it can replace human creativity By K Dass.

Tensions at Berlin’s European Film Market

Pro-Palestinian supporters staged a protest in the main Marius Gropius Bau venue of the Berlinale's European Film Market. About 50 people entered the ground floor of the main atrium shouting "Stop the genocide", while large banners were open.

Streaming Giants Enter Password Crackdown Era

As the streaming landscape undergoes a transformative shift, Disney+ and Hulu have recently joined the ranks of platforms cracking down on password sharing, taking cues from the game-changing strategy pioneered by Netflix. By: Wee Yan Ling

What Will The ESPN-Fox-Warner Sports Streaming Bundle Cost?

With the three major media companies ESPN, Fox Corporation and Warner Bros. Discovery teaming up, it has created a platform which some are acknowledging as the “Hulu for Sports.” By: Dylan Low

Disney and Epic Games Forge a Mega Entertainment Universe

With a $1.5 billion equity investment, the multiyear project aims to create a vast and interconnected world that seamlessly combines beloved Disney characters from Star Wars, Marvel, Pixar, Avatar, and beyond. By: Wee Yan Ling

Dutch Films and Talents Look to Achieve Global Success

According to a study by London consultancy Olsberg SPI, Dutch films have been underperforming and failing to meet their full potential. One key reason mentioned was the underrepresentation of Dutch titles at the mainstream international festivals. By: Dylan Low

Byron Allen's Billion-Dollar Bid

Byron Allen, the media entrepreneur known for his bold takeover attempts, is making headlines once again with a $14.3 billion proposal to acquire Paramount Global, the film and TV giant. By: Wee Yan Ling

Buying content has dipped in the TV and Entertainment space

The TV and Entertainment sector has witnessed some interesting shifts recently. Let’s probe into the reasons behind the dip and what we can expect. By: K Dass

New Rules at the Emmy

With short form programming becoming less relevant over time, so does the number of Emmy categories dedicated towards it. We look into the rule changes for 2024’s edition for Emmys and its implications. By: Dylan Low

Alec Baldwin Pleads Not Guilty in Rust Shooting Case

Alec Baldwin pleads not guilty to involuntary manslaughter charges related to the 2021 on-set shooting of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins during the production of the film, Rust in New Mexico. By: Wee Yan Ling