Earlier this year, the merged Indian multi-chain PVR and Inox launched a joint distribution arm. PVR Inox PicturesEarlier, PVR Pictures said it would “increase investments in content acquisition to streamline high-quality content for the Indian market, create more opportunities for underrepresented auteurs and independent creators, and deliver a strong content profile to Indian audiences.”
PVR Inox operates a network of 1689 cinema screens in 361 properties across 115 cities in India and Sri Lanka and has a 43% share of multiplex screens in India. PVR Inox Pictures is the largest distributor of foreign language films in India and a leading distributor of Indian films.
“When two great powers come together, the scope of possibilities is unprecedented. PVR Inox Pictures will continue to serve as a partner to content producers worldwide and expand the quality and depth of content available to Indian consumers. PVR Inox Pictures is better positioned than ever to create value for global producers, sales agents, the independent film community and studios. Sanjeev Kumar BijliCEO, PVR Inox Limited, at the Cannes Film Market on Wednesday.
Meanwhile, amid aggressive expansion plans, 50 screens are closing in the next six months, the company announced in its consolidated financial results for the quarter and the 12-month period ending March 31, 2023. “These assets are either incurring losses or are sitting in malls that have reached the end of their life cycle with no hope of revival,” PVR Inox said. The company reported a net loss of $40 million, mainly due to the underperformance of Bollywood films.
the sky It has produced a three-part series, “7/7: Britain’s Day of Terror” (working title), which will launch on Sky Documentaries and streaming providers. right now In the year in 2025 to mark the 20th anniversary of the 7/7 bombings. The Sky Original documentary series aims to provide an authentic account of the events that took place in London on 7 July 2005 as part of an al-Qaeda operation that left 52 people dead and over 700 injured.
Made by Explosion moviesThe Sky Studios series follows three perspectives in parallel: the detectives are desperately hunting for answers. the ordinary civilians involved in the attacks; And the unheard voices from those closely associated with criminals.
The series was commissioned for Sky Documentary by Zay Bennett, Sky MD of Content, Poppy Dixon, Director of Documentaries and Information and Tom Barry, Commissioning Editor. Danny Horan will serve as executive producer and Karim Shah will produce. NBCUniversal Global Distribution will handle international sales of the series on behalf of Sky Studios.