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Cinema St. Louis & The Saint Louis Science Center Announce The St. Louis Science Fiction & Fantasy Short Film Festival

Cinema St. Louis (Csl) and the Saint Louis Science Center are excited to announce the first edition of a science fiction and fantasy short film contest – an opportunity for regional filmmakers to let their imaginations shine.

This juried competition will award cash prizes to the top three entries: $500 for Best of Fest, $200 each for Best Sci-Fi and Best Fantasy selections. The winning shorts will then be featured at the Science Center’s First Fridayprogram on Friday, May 4, 2018, and will screen in the Science Center’s Omnimax® Theater. In addition to the three cash-prize winners, additional works will be chosen to screen throughout the First Friday program.

A four-person jury of film professionals (filmmakers, film scholars, film critics) and a scientist will select the finalists, including both the three cash-prize winners and the additional films. Jury members will be announced on Csl’s website.

Cinema St. Louis will then screen the
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Salman Khan no longer part of No Entry sequel?

Salman Khan no longer part of No Entry sequel?
Back in 2005, we saw the release of the Anees Bazmee directed film No Entry. Starring Salman Khan, Anil Kapoor and Fardeen Khan, the comic caper received a good response from the audience. Ever since then, there have been multiple reports about a sequel to the film being made. However, now over a decade on,Read More

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My comedies are for the entire family: Anees Bazmee

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Filmmaker Anees Bazmee has said his films, including his latest ‘Mubarakan’, are meant to be watched by the entire family. The director of films like ‘No Entry’ and ‘Welcome’ also said his films will never have kissing or sex scenes that would make the family audience cringe.Read More

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Anil, Arjun and Arjun premiere Mubarakan’s First Poster!

Anil Kapoor and his nephew Arjun Kapoor come together for Bollywood’s comedy event of the summer in the upcoming film Mubarakan releasing in theaters on July 28. Arjun takes on a double role while Anil reunites with director Anees Bazmee following their past blockbusters Welcome, No Entry, and Welcome Back. The first look of Mubarakan has been unveiled in this exciting new poster.

Synopsis: Karan (Arjun) and Charan (Arjun) are identical twin brothers but their personalities are completely diverse. Karan has grown up in London while Charan in Punjab. Karan is street-smart, calculative and flamboyant while Charan is simple, idealistic and honest in his approach! Karan is in love with Sweety (Illeana D’cruz) while Charan is in a relationship with Nafisa (Neha Sharma). Karan’s family fixes Karan’s wedding with Binkle (Athiya Shetty), daughter of one of the wealthiest families in London. He convinces his family to fix the match with Charan instead.
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Script of No Entry sequel is ready, will approach Salman: Boney Kapoor

Filmmaker Boney Kapoor has said the script of the sequel to the 2005’s highest grosser ‘No Entry’ is ready and he will soon meet Salman Khan to discuss the film.

“I am going to meet Salman very soon and discuss the sequel. If he can’t do it then we will explore possibilities. We have a script ready so we will explore” Boney Kapoor was quoted as saying by the Press Trust of India.Read More

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Hrithik Roshan or Salman Khan? Boney Kapoor clarifies

The last couple of days, rumors were making in social media that Boney Kapoor who is the producer of the blockbuster film Salman Khan starrer 'No Entry' (2005) has approached Hrithik Roshan for its sequel. Boney Kapoor who heard this came forward and clarified to media that the script of the sequel has been locked.


Boney Kapoor, when asked about Hrithik's possibility in the script, said that he had not approached any actor for the sequel as of now but he is in talks with Salman Khan for this project. He also said Salman is the first preference to...
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Breaking: Salman Khan opts out of No Entry sequel; Hrithik Roshan to step in?

Breaking: Salman Khan opts out of No Entry sequel; Hrithik Roshan to step in?
Back in 2005 we saw the release of the film No Entry, now, years later rumours have been rife that the sequel of the film, much like the original would star none other than Salman Khan. In fact numerous articles have been published by various media sources stating that the film would be going onRead More

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Salman has loved the script of No Entry Mein Entry: Anees Bazmee

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Mubarakan’ director Anees Bazmee has said Salman Khan has ‘loved’ the script of the sequel to the 2005 blockbuster ‘No Entry’ and the superstar will play a double role in the comedy.

Deccan Chronicle quoted Bazmee as saying “Salman Khan has loved the script of No Entry Mein Entry. I have a great rapport with him and in this film, he will be seen in a double role”Read More

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Google maps tells us 2 Very magical locations are close to each other

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Google maps tells us 2 Very magical locations are close to each other
I always knew you could find some fun/weird stuff on Google Maps and Street View, but now you can find magical creatures and sorcerers! Both Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them and Doctor Strange have New York City locations and Google has revealed a special Easter egg for both. Marvel Comics has always pulled from real-world locales for their stories and the Sanctum Sanctorum, Dr. Stephen Strange's home, is one of them. We'll see it in the upcoming Marvel film, but Google (or Marvel, or both) decided to have a bit of fun and let us spot it on a map. Empire Magazine's Chris Hewitt apparently discovered it first, but you need to type "Doctor Strange’s Sanctum Sanctorum" in order to get the actual name to pop up. Love this. Type 177a Bleecker Street into Google Maps and this shows up. (I think it's actually a grocery
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Comedy films with double innuendos a shortcut: Anees Bazmee

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Credited with Bollywood’s popular laugh riots “No Entry” and “Welcome”, filmmaker Anees Bazmee says comedy is the toughest genre to work on for a writer, and when a movie is loaded with double entendres, it’s merely a “shorcut”.

Of late, the Hindi film industry has witnessed a surge in comedy entertainers, but a sex comedy laced with sexual innuendos seem to be the current favourite flavour. Bazmee is not all for it.

“There are some good comedy films even now, but comedy films which are double-meaning and are a shortcut. I don’t want to make them and I don’t want to watch them. I don’t want to even say whether they are good or bad… My personal choice is to work around buffoonery,” Bazmee told Ians in an interview.

The maker of movies like “Singh Is Kinng”, “Thank You”, “Ready” and “Welcome Back”, said he
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Ileana DCruz roped in for Mubaraka

Ileana DCruz roped in for Mubaraka
Few days back, there were reports that suggested that the Barfi and Rustom actress Ileana D'Cruz had been roped in to feature in Aankhen 2. However, the actress put these rumours to rest clarifying that she was not part of the project. Now we hear that Ileana will feature in the soon to go on floors Anil Kapoor - Arjun Kapoor starrer Mubaraka. In fact sources close to the film stated that though the makers of Mubaraka have approached the actress to feature in the film, she is yet to give a green signal. Commenting on the same Ileana's manager says, "Yes Ileana has been approached to play a role in Mubaraka, however it is still too early to make a decision. We should have more clarity on the subject within the next ten days." As for the film, Mubaraka that is directed by Anees Bazmee is scheduled to
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Anil Kapoor and Arjun Kapoor at loggerheads in Mubaraka

Anil Kapoor and Arjun Kapoor at loggerheads in Mubaraka
Earlier we had reported that Anil Kapoor and Arjun Kapoor would soon be seen playing uncle and nephew respectively in Anees Bazmee's Mubaraka. However, now we hear that the two will if fact be at loggerheads with each other in the film. Apparently, Anil and Arjun will be seen as warring family members who are constantly trying to prank each other. This situation gets further riled when they are given accommodation opposite each other when attending a family wedding. The setting kick stars in Punjab where both Anil and Arjun are invited to attend a destination wedding in Europe and put up in houses facing each other, where their constant one-upmanship wreaks havoc with the wedding prep leading to much hilarity. Scheduled to go on floors in November, Mubraka is said to be a melange of The Big Fat Greek Wedding meets No Entry. Featuring ample amounts of romance,
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Us in Progress Wrocław 2016 Submissions Are Now Open

Us in Progress Wrocław 2016 submissions are now open. This little-known event in Poland offers American indie filmmakers one of the biggest opportunities in the world to meet the international trade in an intimate and fun setting. Every year one of the films here seems to make it into Sundance. The filmmakers get to know European buyers, sellers and programmers. The great thing about European film festivals is that they do not take your money and then refuse your film. They cost nothing to apply and can make your reputation abroad.

Submissions are now open for the sixth edition of the Us in Progress (October 26-29), a co-production forum held in Wroclaw, during 7. American Film Festival. Applications for projects will be open until August 15, 2016. No entry fee is required.

Please go to or click here for detailed regulations and entry form.

Us in Progress is a unique event presenting independent American projects in final production stages to top European buyers (sales agents, distributors and festival programmers), post-production houses and festivals in order to help them achieve completion and to foster the circulation and general exposure of American independent work in Europe. The forum is composed of invitees-only screenings of the American feature narratives in rough-cut stage with a filmmaker-producer teams in attendance. Formal one-to-one talks and informal meetings further facilitate networking and exchange.

Applications are open for Us-produced narrative feature projects in post-production stage:

• looking for completion money, services and sales agent or European distribution

• projects in post-production when applying, with at least 30 min of the film edited and to reach feature format by the presentation date. If selected, the feature length version of the rough/fine cut will be presented. No excerpts or trailers will be accepted.

• projects with no Us or international premiere nor European sales representation prior to October 2016 are eligible.

To the selected 4-6 projects the organizers will offer:

a flight to Poland for 1 team member and accommodation during 3 day Us in Progress (October 26-29) in Wrocław, Poland

• networking opportunities during the American Film Festival parties and events

• post-production and promotion packages worth of $40,000 total

• exposure to the European buyers in a friendly professional environment.

Us in Progress alumni that premiered at Tribeca Film Festival 2016 included:

• "The Loner" directed by Daniel Y Grove

Mike Ott and Nathan Silver's "Actor Martinez"

• "Live Cargo' by Logan Sandler

Deb Shoval's "Awol"

Us in Progress take place twice yearly, in Paris, France (June, 7-14) during Champs-Elysées Film Festival and in Wroclaw hosted by the American Film Festival in fall (October 25-30, 2016). Paris edition submissions have just closed and we are looking forward to receiving your work for Wroclaw edition.

Us in Progress is a joint initiative of the Polish New Horizons Association and the French Champs-Elysées Film Festival (in collaboration with New York-based Black Rabbit Film).

After being called one of '25 Coolest Film Festivals of the World', American Film Festival has been recently placed on the MovieMaker's list of "Top 50 Film Festivals Worth the Entry Fee, 2016". The magazine assures that American Film Festival plays a tight collection of the year's best American indie films, as well as the two-day U.S. in Progress event for works-in-progress (winners receive handy post-production packages). And if shooting in Poland appeals to you, Aff should be your favorite resource: Participants enjoy presentations from the Polish Film Institute, Polish production and post-production houses, and a field trip of Poland and Lower Silesia shooting locations.
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Anees Bazmee set to start Aankhen 2 with Big B and two more films after Welcome Backs success

Anees Bazmee set to start Aankhen 2 with Big B and two more films after Welcome Backs success
Anees Bazmee could well be heaving a sigh of relief. His Welcome Back has finally released and a gap of four years since Ready (2011), a Rs. 100 crore affair with Salman Khan, has finally been closed. While the Anil Kapoor, Nana Patekar and John Abraham starrer is also doing fantastic at the Box Office, the maker of Welcome and Singh Is Kinng has now moved on to his next.

"First to go on floors would be Aankhen 2 with Amitabh Bachchan. Yet again, Amitji would have company of three blind men. However, unlike the first in the franchise, they won't be Akshay Kumar, Arjun Rampal or Paresh Rawal. Instead, new actors would be stepping in," informs our source.

While this would continue the trend of multi-starrers for Anees Bazmee, who has also made No Entry, Thank You and No Problem, the other two films would be a comedy followed by a love story.
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Shah Rukh Khan snapped outside Salman Khan's house ahead of hit-and-run verdict

After the two created news when they came together at Arpita Khan's wedding last year, superstar Shah Rukh Khan made a visit to 'Dabangg' Salman Khan at his Galaxy Apartment. He dropped in at Salman's residence last night before the hit-and-run verdict was out. Also seen were Salman's sister Arpita and brother-in-law Ayush Sharma.

Salman has reportedly flown back from Kashmir where he was shooting for his upcoming movie Bajrangi Bhaijaan.

Allegedly, Salman Khan was involved in a hit-and-run case in 2002. According to latest reports, Salman Khan has been proven guilty by the sessions court.

Salman Khan will soon be seen with Sonam Kapoor in Prem Ratan Dhan Payo and Kareena Kapoor Khan in Bajrangi Bhaijaan. He is also producing Hero and is in talks for Dabangg 3 and Entry Mein No Entry.
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Reflections 2014: Biggest Disappointments of 2014

Bollywood churns out on average 120 plus films a year, with 2014 reaching 142. So to think all of them will go down in history as being successful is rather naive. But what about the ones we thought would work wonders but came up short? The ones that left us thinking, “Why was this allowed past the editing board”? Even ones that somehow managed to cha-ching the money registers sky high. 2014 had its fair share of films that fit all these categories. BollySpice brings you the biggest disappointments of 2014.

10. Holiday

A.R.Murugadoss blew everyone’s mind when he told a tale of an anterograde amnesia patient desperately seeking revenge for the murder of his girlfriend in Ghajini. Yet when it came to a follow up film, one could say Holiday fell short of all the trimmings to recreate the magic. The writer in Murugadoss failed to see the shortcomings of his story,
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Women of Color Invited to Submit Fiction & Non-Fiction Films to Adiff 2014. Compete for $1000 Cash Prize

Submissions are now open for the 22nd annual African Diaspora International Film Festival, which will run from November 24 to December 14, 2014. The call specifically invites women of color filmmakers from around the world, with feature length narrative or documentary films, to compete for the Public Award for the Best Film Directed by a Woman of Color. The winner receives a $1,000 cash award, as well as a plaque.  The deadline for submission is Sunday, August 31, and there is No Entry Fee!  Films submitted must be New York premieres. Accepted filmmakers will be notified by October 31. To submit your film, complete an online entry form...
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Salman Khans double roles in Prem Ratan Dhan Payo and No Entry Mein Entry

Salman Khans double roles in Prem Ratan Dhan Payo and No Entry Mein Entry
This Khan has never known moderation. After 1997's Judwaa Salman Khan had never played a double role. That is about to change three times over. In his next three successive releases, Salman Khan features in double roles. First off was the eagerly-awaited Kick in which Salman features in the two avatars of the hero and a caped super-hero. Says the film's director Sajid Nadiadwala, "People never expected Salman in a super-hero avatar since the original Telugu film had no such character." After his triumph in the hero-superhero avatars, Salman Khan goes straight into Sooraj Barjatya's Prem Ratan Dhan Payo where he has a full-fledged double role. And that isn't all. Right after Barjatya's film comes Anees Bazmee's No Entry Mein Entry where again, Salman has a double role. In January 2015, Anees has finally got Salman Khan's dates for the sequel to his 2005 hit No Entry. Says Anees,
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Salman sings romantic song for Kick

Salman sings romantic song for Kick
Salman Khan seems to be exploring all his (hidden) talents one by one. After having made his mark as an impeccable TV host (10 Ka Dum, Bigg Boss), then penning lyrics (in No Entry's sequel), Salman is now all set to be a singer as well. He has now sung a romantic duet with Shreya Ghoshal in Sajid Nadiadwala's directorial debut Kick. The said track is called 'Hangover' and has been composed by the Meet Brothers. The song was shot at Mehboob Studio a couple of days back. Buzz is that the gorgeous Nargis Fakhri has been roped in to do a special number in the film.
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Esha Gupta’s photoshoot for the May 2014 edition of the Elle India magazine!

Esha Gupta who gained popularity from her debut in Jannat 2 has been on a high note ever since poses for the May 2014 edition of Elle India.

Esha was last seen in Chakravyuh and made a special appearance in the hit Gori Teri Pyaar Mein song ‘Dhat Teri Ki’, graces not only the cover of Elle India, but a whole fashion spread photoshoot in summer swimwear!

Esha will be seen in Fox Star Studio’s Humshakals which is releasing 20th June 2014 and is filming for the popular 2005 film No Entry’s sequel No Entry Mein Entry.

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