Qube Cinema announced as Digital Cinema Partner for annual IIT Techfest

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Film technology is set to take centre stage at the 20th IIT Techfest 2016, Asia’s largest science and technology festival, with leading end-to-end digital cinema manufacturers, Qube Cinema, as Digital Cinema Partner. The festival runs 16th -18th December.

Drawing on decades of experience in cinema technology, Qube Cinema Chief Technology Officer, Rajesh Ramachandran, will be presenting a talk on ‘Technology Drives Cinema’, providing the expected 165,000 delegates attending with an in-depth insight into the future of digital cinema technology.

Rajesh Ramachandran will be presenting at IIT Techfest on Saturday 17 December, 2016 from 11am to 12pm.

Ramachandran said: "Digital cinema technology has advanced incredibly over the past several years to become a formidable force in the film industry. Festivals like IIT Techfest allow technicians to better navigate this new landscape, by continuing to nurture innovations, talents, technologies and cultures on a global level.”

“Qube Cinema shares Techfest’s vision for continued ideation and innovation development,” Ramachandran added. “We do this each and every day by creating products which strengthen the relationship between filmmakers internationally, and offering unique services to aid the distribution of film product to the far corners of our industry.”

Qube is also the presenting partner for Rakesh Sharma's keynote at Techfest, IIT Bombay. Ashok Chakraawardee Sharma became the first Indian to go into space when he flew aboard the Soyuz T-11, launched on April 2, 1984, as part of the Intercosmos programme.

Delegates can also look forward to a Qube Cinema presentation of TVF Tripling, which will bring together the team behind the blockbuster web series.

About IIT Techfest
Born in 1998 with the motto of promoting technology, scientific thinking and innovation, Techfest has surpassed 19 golden years of creating an unmatched aura of a science and technology spectacle year after year at the IIT Bombay campus at Powai, Mumbai. It is today well established as Asia's Largest Science and Technology festival with more than 165,000 people in attendance and a reach of over 2500 colleges across India and over 500 overseas. In its endeavour to provide an international platform for the youth to showcase their talents and skills in fierce competitions, displaying cutting edge technology and research from all over the globe, having world renowned personalities motivate the youth and promoting solutions to alleviate the common man of his banal yet significant problems, Techfest strives for one and all to get inspired and look up to.