First Clap seeks to provide a new platform for aspiring filmmakers
Always fancied being a filmmaker? Here’s a big opportunity for you — a three-minute short film can be your shot at fame.
First Clap, said to be India’s first theatrically-showcased talent hunt for aspiring directors, was launched on Wednesday evening, in the presence of heavyweights of cinema — including actor Suriya, directors K.V. Anand and Jayendra and cinematographer P.C. Sreeram.
Moviebuff launches First Clap, India's first theatrically showcased talent hunt for aspiring filmmakers, challenging them to tell a compelling story in three minutes on any subject of their interest. The top five shortlisted films, selected based on feedback from industry experts and audience voting, will be screened for a period of five weeks across 150+ screens in the Qube Cinema Network.
During this time, the general public will be invited to vote for their ranking of these top five films on Moviebuff.com.
AVInteractive.com , Dec 07, 2016
Qube Cinema has announced the appointment of film technology heavyweight, Wendy Aylsworth, to its board.
As a specialist in emerging technologies, entertainment ecosystems, joint ventures, global facilities management and digital content production and distribution, Aylsworth most recently served as senior vice president of technology for Warner Bros. where she oversaw the establishment of new technologies and assessed the impact of emerging technologies on content creation and distribution.
Qube Cinema, the leading manufacturer and provider of end-to-end digital cinema technology, have announced the international roll-out of Qube Wire; an online digital cinema distribution service that aims to eliminate the outdated process of physical Digital Cinema Package (DCP) transportation.
Jio MAMI 18th Mumbai Film Festival with Star will showcase films of all genres from around the world in Mumbai from 20th-27th October, 2016. For the second year in a row, Qube Wire has tied-up with the festival as a key partner.
Vinita Bhatia learns how Qube Wire issued over 18,000 key delivery messages to release Kabali across 3,500 global cinema screens
September 2016, Digital Studio India
Say ‘No’ to piracy; do not download the internet from Kabali’ – this was one of the many jokes spawning across the internet before the movie opened to sold out shows in India and abroad. While several companies in southern India gave employees a day off to watch it, some AirAsia flights even had actor Rajnikanth’s face painted on it. Such is the euphoria that the actor evokes amongst his fans.
CNBC-TV18 July 28, 2016
Rajnikanth's Kabali has set the Box Office ablaze, with collections of over One Hundred Crore rupees in its very first weekend. CNBC-TV18's Jude Sannith bring in all the details.
FilmJournal.com Jul 26, 2016
Kabali, the new film featuring Indian superstar Rajinikanth, opened across the globe on July 22, setting box-office records. Directed by Pa Ranjith and produced by Kalaippuli S Thanu under his V Creations banner, the movie pioneered the use of Qube Wire to issue over 18,000 KDMs (Key Delivery Messages) worldwide in over 3,500 screens across 2,400 sites.
NewsTodayNet.com, Monday, 1 August 2016
Only change is permanent. And the film industry is a standing example for this, witnessing revolutionary changes in the form of technology.
From silent cinema to talkies, then from black & white to colour, reels to digital filmmaking, 3D, photo realistic and motion capture - Kollywood stands a witness to all this.