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  • Culture centre,‘cinema’ sealed in Karachi

    KARACHI: Karachi Metropolitan Corporation staffers in the early hours of Tuesday sealed Markaz-i-Ilm-o-Saqafat Hall located near Ayesha Manzil over non-payment of KMC dues and for illegally subletting the premises...

    A statement issued by the KMC says that the KMC had handed over the premises to a company so that cultural activities could take place at the hall, but they rented out the hall to another party that converted it into a...

  • New movies likely to pull crowds on Eid

    PESHAWAR: The movie buffs and music lovers are enthusiastic to enjoy three new Pashto movies, five telefilms and sound 10 music albums on Eidul Azha...

    He said that Pashto movies went through an able team of censor and never promoted vulgar scenes and substandard contents...

  • In Trump-era movies, the war will not be normalised

    For a much smaller cohort, that speculation invited another, admittedly less pressing subject for discussion: what will Trump Doctrine movies look like?Films about the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan could be roughly categorised in two categories...

    But what was left? In a post-Vietnam era when patriotic wholesomeness and unabashed jingoism could no longer be accepted at face value, Hollywood made movies that largely avoided explicit...

  • WIDE ANGLE: 1992 MOVIES WORTH REVISITING

    It’s worth noting that 2017 marks the 25th anniversary of one of the most remarkable years in American cinema...

    And I am not sure I remember any year when we had as many movies that have so much to teach us today...

  • The Trump-era movies

    For a much smaller cohort, that speculation invited another, admittedly less pressing subject for discussion: what will Trump Doctrine movies look like?Films about the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan could be roughly divided into two categories: Fouled-Up-Beyond-All-Recognition absurdism and the Cult of the Operator...

    But what was left? In a post-Vietnam era when patriotic wholesomeness and unabashed jingoism could no longer be accepted...

  • Five Pashto movies screened on Eid

    PESHAWAR: The Pashto film industry commonly known as Pollywood has screened five Pashto movies full of thrill and romance on Eidul Fitr as compared to just three flicks last year...

    The five new Pashto movies – Das Khushi ba Mane, Zakhamoona, Sta Muhabat me Zindagi da, Giriftaar, and Gule Janaa -- are being screened in the cinema houses of Peshawar, Kohat, Swat, Karachi, Quetta and Kabul...

  • Why did Hollywood stop making John Grisham movies?

    Specifically: Hollywood stopped turning his books into movies...

    ”Indeed, Grisham’s first movies were big hits: The Firm (1993) starring Tom Cruise earned $158 million; The Pelican Brief (1998) starring Julia Roberts earned $101 million; The Client (1994) starring Susan Sarandon earned $92 million; and A Time To Kill (1996) starring Matthew McConaughey earned $109 million...

  • Movies to watch this summer

    And this summer you have loads of reasons to visit a cinema and chill out with some movie magic as many amazing children’s movies are releasing and in Pakistan too...

    The movies have been slotted into two sections — those for the younger ones who like some animated fun and then movies that tweens and teens will enjoy more...

  • Fifty years after Zhivago, Spain hopes movies will work magic on the economy

    Since earlier this year, the government has offered tax breaks for cinema and animation producers, hoping this will play a modest role in stimulating an economy that is recovering from crisis but still relies excessively on tourism for jobs...

    Unstoppable opportunityAccording to the Spain Film Commission, the country was by last year losing out on about 80 per cent of possible movies to other locations...

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