Founded in 2007, FutureWorks is an award winning, MPAA certified and major studios approved Post-production house. With over 70 International titles and numerous domestic projects, FutureWorks has proved to be a creative force in executing and providing solutions to all Film & Television post requirements.. Know More
HarperCollins Publishers India Pvt Ltd. is a wholly owned subsidiary of HarperCollins Worldwide and came into being in 1992 completing 25 years in India and almost 200 years globally. HarperCollins India is the world’s largest entertainment to education publisher.HarperCollins India has shown phenomenal growth.. Know More
The Jio MAMI Mumbai Film Festival with Star is an inclusive movie feast. We showcase the latest cutting-edge, independent cinema – art house fare alongside genre movies from Bollywood and Hollywood and cult international movies. We offer the best of world cinema to the people of Mumbai and we offer the best of Indian cinema to the world.
Panasonic Cameras have always been the quintessential tool of every filmmaker to capture every scene in utmost detail from the golden ages. The depth of Image/video processing, crisp focusing ability and crystal clear sound recording ability of the camera has played a vital role in the success of many renowned directors to showcase their envisioned work in true meaning of High Definition.
The oldest and largest film festival for non-feature films in South Asia, which began in 1990 is organized by the Films Division, Ministry of Information & Broadcasting, Government of India. The Organizing Committee of MIFF is headed by the Secretary, I&B and consists of eminent film personalities, documentary makers and film critics.The festival directorate is constituting two Juries.. Know More
Films Division of India was established in 1948 to articulate the energy of a newly independent nation. For more than six decades, the organization has relentlessly striven to maintain a record of the social, political and cultural imaginations and realities of the country on film. It has actively worked in encouraging and promoting a culture of film-making in India that respects individual vision and social.. Know More
National Film Archive of India (NFAI) was set up in February, 1964 as a media unit of the Ministry of Information & Broadcasting, Government of India with the primary objective of acquiring and preserving Indian cinematic heritage. This includes preservation of film and non-film material including but not limited to celluloid, stills, glass slides, posters, lobby cards, scripts and song booklets... Know More