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The Hindu, May 21, 2016

With illegal copies of new films continuing to flood the market, the Tamil film industry is desperately in need of a crackdown

19-05-2016 on May 15,2016

Suriya’s latest film 24 directed by Vikram Kumar is running successfully all over. But, the pirated print of the film had come to internet sites on the first day itself. That was removed after the complaints from the team of the film to the cyber cell. But some days later, the pirated print came again and this time came in the streets of Bangalore in the form of CDs and DVD’s.

Gjanavel Raja, one who produced this film along with Suriya had started a strike by fasting by demanding action against this issue which is killing cinema industry. The QUBE Digital, satellite partner of the film claims that they found out from where the pirated print come out to the streets of Bangalore.


IndiaGlitz [Saturday, May 14, 2016]

Producer K.E.Gnanavel Raja of Studio Green banner conducted a hunger protest to put an end to piracy which has been a threat to the Tamil film business over the years. His recent big release '24' starring Suriya in triple roles has also become the victim of piracy mongers as the pirated online copies of the film have been identified.

Now in a shocking revelation it has been confirmed that the pirated version was shot at the film's screening on its release day in PVR Cinemas in Bangalore. The Qube Cinema Network has analyzed the pirated copy and found that the copy was shot during the 9 am show on May 6 2016 at a PVR screen in Orion Mall, Bangalore.

Published: 31st December 2015 , The New Indian Express
CHENNAI: Say IMAX in Chennai these days and people go ga-ga. You can’t blame them, considering how larger-than-life this latest big screen experience is. And this craze for new developments in cinema has been consistent from the days when film reels were wound and played by hand, especially in a cinema-crazy land like Chennai.

Inavate Asia Pacific
March 2015

Catching a movie at the cinema is one of Asia Pacific’s favourite pastimes. Hurrairah bin Sohail takes a look at how the audio and visual technology, as well as the market, is developing.

Movies are big business in Asia Pacific. Increased demand for films from countries like China has made the APAC region an important market globally. Asia Pacific also has its own thriving film industries in countries like India, Hong Kong, South Korea and Japan just to name a few. This makes the cinema sector an extremely interesting and attractive sector for the AV industry.


Thales, leader in critical information systems and cyber security, announced it had won the silver award for Best Deployment and Case Study in InfoSecurity Products Guide Global Excellence Awards with its protection of a digital cinema distribution system for Qube Cinema. Filmmakers, producers and distributors can now encrypt their digital content and protect their intellectual property while still keeping it easily accessible to authorized users.


Powering Full 4K Color Grading and DCP Review of Feature Films

Playa Vista, CA: June 24, 2014… Qube Cinema has installed its XP-I server and Xi 4K integrated media block (IMB) in Super Star Power Productions’ new 4K DI suite in Los Angeles. The combination postproduction facility and theater offers a seamless 4K pipeline from review of uncompressed 4K image files taken directly from 4K cameras, through color grading at 4K, to the Qube XP-I server and Xi IMB and projected via Barco's new DP4K-P postproduction projector. Hollywood producers and directors of feature films will now be able to review 4K images, color grade at 4K in real time and generate 4K DCPs for final QC, all from a single 4K projector in a home-like setting.


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