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Allen Solly recreates innovative ‘Open Work Culture’ for Moviegoers

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By K Ashwin Mobile: 09920183006 Email:indianshowbusiness@gmail.com

Allen Solly, India’s foremost semi-formal brand from Aditya Birla Fashion and Retail Ltd., launched its latest campaign ‘Open Work Culture’ – recognizing the importance of an employee-friendly work environment. In line with the brand philosophy of embracing #OpenWorkCulture through its ‘Cool Work Wear’, the campaign highlights the cool quotient of a new-age working ambience. The elements in the ambience include environment-friendly commutes, pet-friendly workplaces, and taking time off work along with working in a comfortable work environment and workspaces.

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MACANESE CULTURE CHARMS DELHI AT THE ‘EXPERIENCE MACAO FESTIVAL’

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By K Ashwin Mobile: 09920183006 Email:indianshowbusiness@gmail.com

To celebrate the opulence and splendid culture of Macao, the Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) organised the ‘Experience Macao Festival’ at Cyber Hub, Gurgaon from 30th November to 2nd December with a lot of fun activities, delicious Macanese food and memorable ‘Macao moments’.

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MS Dhoni The Untold Story and six other films featuring Jharkhand to display the state’s vibrant culture as a part of Special Focus at IFFI 2018

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By K Ashwin Mobile: 09920183006 Email:indianshowbusiness@gmail.com

IFFI 2018 is giving the international audiences a taste of Jharkhand’s vibrant culture, as a part of Special Focus on the state by screening a total of seven films that have an unmistakable Jharkhand flavour in them. Being a recipient of the special mention award for promoting filmmaking in 2016, Jharkhand is in a rightful position to collaborate with 49th IFFI to become the first state in State Focus section. Films such as Begum Jaan, MS Dhoni The Untold Story, Ranchi Diary, A Death in the Gunj, Mor Gao Mor Desh, Ajab Singh ki Gajab Kahani, and Panchlet will be screened as a part of this segment at IFFI 2018.

In connection with this, Jharkhand Day will be celebrated on 24th November 2018 as a part of the festival.

Directorate of Film Festivals, in a statement, said, “India’s rich diversity lies in the landscapes and scenic locales and natural settings that are so different from each other as one traverses from one state to another. Of late, Jharkhand has provided the much needed ‘playground’ for films, lending them its natural beauty that has been so beautifully captured by the talented filmmakers of our country. We are featuring these films at IFFI 2018 for the audiences from across the world – for a glimpse of this beautiful Indian state.”

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Vice President kick-start cycling culture in Delh

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By K Ashwin Mobile: 09920183006 Email:indianshowbusiness@gmail.com

Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu

Despite its impressive growth trajectory in almost every material index, Delhi cannot breathe an ideal unpolluted air. The solution to fight against this pollution problem lies in the huge public enthusiasm for cycling which was witnessed during the World Bicycle Day on 3rd June. Cycling is not only an effective remedy to pollution, but also a great way to outdo traffic jams and rising fuel price.  Read more

Varsha Naik represents Indian Culture at “Dancing in the Spotlight” in Symphony Space Theatre New York City

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By K Ashwin Mobile: 09920183006 Email:indianshowbusiness@gmail.com

Spotlight Productions celebrated their ninth year at Symphony Space Theatre located at New York City. Varsha Naik’s Navrang Dance Academy, NJ shined at the Symphony State theatre. The only act that featured an Indian Dance form at the show – “Dancing in the Spotlight”. Varsha Naik, who is the choreographer, along with her talented team of 21 dancers proudly showcased Indian culture and art through their dance at the prestigious Symphony Space Theatre on Broadway. Read more

Final Deadline for Java International Film & Culture Festival (Exclusively in FilmFreeway)

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By K Ashwin Mobile: 09920183006 Email:indianshowbusiness@gmail.com

Dear Filmmakers,
Welcome to the heart of Java, a historic place saturated with memories of the past.
JAVA INTERNATIONAL FILM & CULTURE FESTIVAL (JIFCES) aimed to popularize Indonesian historically ancient culture and bring the virtue value of our ancestors back to the modern era. We invite all filmmakers, artists, and newcomer from around the world to submit and participate in bringing up the good essence inside us through film.
JIFCES is conducted in collaboration between seasoned international filmmakers and the Madukara Foundation.
We are accepting film from all over the world, in documentaries and narrative film category, and open the door widely for newcomers in the industry.
The place is great to relish the ancient atmosphere of Kraton and winning filmmakers be pampered by the relaxing fresh air at the foot of Ungaran Mountain in Central Java–a perfect place for relaxing your mind and refreshing your soul while exchanging knowledge with other winning filmmakers.
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