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"American Factory", a documentary produced by Barack and Michelle Obama for Netflix about a manufacturing plant in the US Midwest reopened by a Chinese billionaire, won the Oscar for Best Documentary.
If there is one alarming thing the coronavirus has taught us, it is that human activity – at least a good deal of it – has become redundant. This is not rocket science, it has nothing to do with artificial intelligence, automation: it is plain matter of fact.
The first Emirati science fiction feature length film “Aerials” was recently released on Netflix and had successfully attracted a large audience both internationally and within the region.
US video streaming company Netflix is in talks with Viacom18, part of the Indian conglomerate Reliance Industries’ media unit Network18, about a multi-year partnership to source content, three sources told Reuters,
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The 10th episode of South Korean show 'My Secret Terrius,' which was released in 2018, makes mention of a virus that has uncanny similarities to COVID-19.
Randeep Hooda is glad to be the first Indian male actor doing a Hollywood action film, and the Bollywood star says it feels great to be able to break stereotypical references of Indian characters in the West.
Netflix’s new reality show ‘Indian Matchmaking’ has sparked a backlash among viewers. The dating series, which follows a matchmaking service for Indians and Indian-Americans, has been described as a “cesspool of casteism, colourism, sexism and classism”.