As Guns & Guitars recently made its debut in the OTT platform MUBI India, it seems like a good time to revisit our sojourn in Shillong, the rock capital of India, during the shoot of the film.
By now we all know the importance of OTT/digital platforms and their impact upon our lives, the pandemic having the environment around us. With cinemas remaining closed for several months & with several issues plaguing the entertainment sector even today, it’s very unclear as to how things would turn out for the industry for the rest of 2021 as well. While the Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) has been in the news of late for the development of a ‘toolkit’ by 17 major OTT platforms, in line with the implementation of the self-regulation code that was introduced in 2020, now they have made a major announcement, all these 17 major OTT platforms will offer one month’s free subscription to Indian consumers.Continue reading “Breaking News: Leading OTT Platforms to Offer a One-Month Free Subscription for Indian Audience, Move Aimed at Widening Subscription Base”
For a week starting January 31, subscribers of the curated streaming service MUBI, can watch the critically-acclaimed film PARASITE at any PVR theatre through the MUBI GO app. The black comedy, directed by Bong Joon-Ho, has received six Oscar nominations and is the only South Korean film to win the Palme d’Or at the 2019 Cannes Film Festival. Continue reading “Watch Bong Joon-ho’s Multiple Oscar Nominated Parasite With MUBI GO From This Friday”