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  • A viewer watches poster of a film in front of a cinema in Kakrail on Wednesday. Viewers’ interest in new films shows hope for a better future. –Ali Hossain Mintu

  • The audio market is full of new music albums, but hardly any of those attract audience due to the ongoing crisis between the musicians and producers. –Ali Hoosain Mintu

  • A still from Iron Man 3

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Dhallywood expects better days

A viewer watches poster of a film in front of a cinema in Kakrail on Wednesday. Viewers’ interest in new films shows hope for a better future. –Ali Hossain Mintu
Dhallywood expects a better business in the New Year following a significant development of the ailing film industry in the last year. The producers, directors, actors and related personnel hope that more commercially success films will be produced... Full story

Bollywood takes giant stride in 2013

If 2013 was significant for being the centennial year of Indian cinema, it didn’t disappoint with its output either, reports Hindustan Times. From breaking BO records to breaking new grounds, the film industry achieved it all. Full story

Musicians hope for solution to piracy, royalty issues

The audio market is full of new music albums, but hardly any of those attract audience due to the ongoing crisis between the musicians and producers. –Ali Hoosain Mintu
The musicians in the country hope that this year will bring success in the industry which has been severely suffering from decline in sale of albums. The musicians expect the government and production houses will help them solve the major two problems- royalty... Full story

Iron Man 3 tops 2013 box office

A still from Iron Man 3
Comic book blockbuster Iron Man 3 was the highest-earning film of 2013 around the world, reports BBC Online. The film, in which Robert Downey Jr reprises his role as billionaire crime-fighter Tony Stark, made $1.2bn (£734m), according... Full story

Streaming value shoots up in 2013

The value of music streaming in the UK surpassed £100 million for the first time in history in 2013 - but both album and single sales volumes were down on 2012, reports www.musicweek.com. Full story

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Exhibition To Live is to be slowly born By: Kashef Chowdhury Time: 12pm to 8pm Date: December 13 to January 13 Venue: Bengal Art Lounge... Full story


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