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  • Books are more important than films to Vishal Bhardwaj

    New Delhi: Ace filmmaker Vishal Bhardwaj, who is known for movies that are adapted from great works of literature, feels that books and literary works are much more important than films as good books lead to good stories for films.

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    MAMI’s special screening for visually impaired of Milind Dhaimade’s debut feature “Tu Hai Mera Sunday”

    As many as 20 million blind people watch films in South Asia. with this viewership in mind, MAMI scheduled a first-of-its-kind uncensored screening – Milind Dhaimade’s debut feature “Tu Hai Mera Sunday” – for the visually impaired in collaboration with the NGO Point of View which had two differently abled female fans of actor Barun Sobti flying in from Goa  and abroad to attend the show.

  • BookMyShow associated with Jio MAMI Mumbai Film Festival with Star

    Mumbai: BookMyShow, India’s largest online entertainment ticketing brand, is preparing in full force for the Jio MAMI Mumbai Film Festival with Star. The event, which is arguably among the most coveted film festivals in India, will be held in Mumbai from October 20 to 27, 2016.

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    5 not to miss international films at the Jio Mami 2016

    The Jio Mami Film Festival is all set to kick off from October 20, 2016. This year the film festival brings 12 stunning films from 18 countries and 10 foreign languages.  From a rom-com to horror, there’s everything you like. And to help you with the selection, we bring to you 5 not to miss films at the Jio Mami Film Festival 2016. Here we go:

  • Tu Hai Mera Sunday is a must watch at MAMI: Poll

    Shahana Goswami and Barun Sobti-starrer “Tu Hai Mera Sunday” has been selected as one of the top ‘must watch’ films at the forthcoming Jio MAMI 18th Mumbai Film Festival, according to a poll conducted by the festival organisers, says IANS.

  • MAMI to open half ticket section with The Little Prince

    Jio MAMI 18th Mumbai Film Festival with Star to open Half Ticket Vertical with ‘The Little Prince’. The opening film will be screened at PVR, Lower Parel. This section presents a variety of acclaimed films to children and young adults to nurture their appetite for distinctive artistic experiences.

  • MAMI will not screen Pakistani films

    Mumbai: After a city-based social organisation threatened to protest against the upcoming MAMI Mumbai Film Festival for screening Pakistani film “Jago Hua Savera”, the organisers have decided not to showcase the movie.

  • 18th Mumbai Film Festival brings Oscar submissions to India

    MAMI, the 18th Mumbai Film festival which returns October 20-27 even bigger and better than before has added a host of exciting new themed packages.One of these is a package of 12 stunning films, submitted for the most prestigious award in the world, the Academy Award. These films are from 18 countries and in 10 foreign languages and will be screened in India for the first time at the festival which is

  • MAMI set to enthral movie buffs, with special focus on Turkey

    The much awaited MAMI fest is near and its celebrity trustees including Karan Johar, Zoya Akhtar, Rohan Sippy, Anurag Kashyap, Vikramaditya Motwane, Siddharth Roy Kapur, Manish Mundra, Vishal Bhardwaj, Dibakar Banerjee joined Co-chairperson, Kiran Rao and Festival Director Anupama Chopra to announce its line-up of documentaries, short films and features to be showcased at the festival. The line-up boasts of 180 films from 54 countries with new award categories like Best film

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    Google’s ‘India in a Day’ premiered at Jio Mami Film Club

    The Jio Mami Film Club hosted the Indian premiere of Google’s ‘India in a Day’ on September 20, three days before its theatrical release at Versova’s PVR Icon. The film will be released throughout India on September 23, 2016.