Satyajit Ray's The Apu Trilogy, based on Bibhutibhushan Bandopadhyay's novels, instantly placed Mr Ray and Indian cinema on the world map
Kangana Ranaut said: "Their theatre business is crashing because of the influx of digital media. I'm all for world cinema, but it needs to be a film that brings employment and money into our country"
Hrithik Roshan's Kaabil hit the theatres today morning. Sussanne Khan described his performance as the 'most-hearted performance' in history of Indian cinema
The news of the death of Wajda -- who had been recently taken to hospital -- here was confirmed by a representative of the Polish Filmmakers' Association
Sushant believes that his curiosity to explore the various aspects of cinema and its makers around the world arose when he started working with Dibakar for their 2015 crime mystery Detective Byomkesh Bakshy
Through this technology, Rajamouli will offer audiences a feeling of being present on the sets of Baahubali
"I have been offered films from there (Hollywood) since 2006. The only difference is, I've never mentioned it or spoken about it. My aspirations are very simple. I want to make a film out of here that's world standard. That will make me very happy," said John Abraham
In a short span of her career in the entertainment industry, Freida has carved a niche of her own in world cinema through her roles in films like Slumdog Millionaire,Miral, Day of the Falcon
"I would love to (do short films). Short film is such a difficult and new world for people, who are a part of full length feature films. I think the genre has to be something exactly like this," said Kangana Ranaut
"I have never seen a movie like 'Visaaranai' in Tamil. This will be one of the best movies in world cinema," Rajinikanth posted on Twitter. His colleague Kamal Haasan wrote, "I thank Balu Mahendra for inspiring Vetrimaaran towards good cinema. Watched Visaranai with awe"
"Masaan is a very special film for me. I would love to show it to Francis Ford Coppola, because it was truly world cinema," said Richa Chadha, who will be on jury panel of 15th edition of the Marrakech International Film Festival along with Mr Coppola. "I'm really looking forward to the film festival"
In his speech, Ilayaraja dwelt upon the wave of violence all over the world and asked for music to be 'made compulsory' in schools and colleges. Anil Kapoor, who beckoned the audience to 'get lost in the magic of cinema', set the stage on fire as he danced to the chartbusting number My Name is Lakhan from the 1989 film