Inox today announced the launch of its second multiplex in the Indian city of Mysuru at Centro. The new multiplex has four auditoriums with a total of 474 seats. Inox now operates 16 multiplexes with 66 screens in the state of Karnataka.
The film production company FutureWork has opened a training program called the FutureWorks Academy in Chennai, India. As demand for high end visual effects work continues to rise and the industry is facing a critical skills shortage, FutureWorks Academy provides entry-level artists a clear path to success by offering the opportunity to learn from senior level professionals and work on live projects in a structured, supportive environment.
NEC Corporation India has entered into a strategic alliance with UFO Moviez, India’s largest digital cinema network and in-cinema advertising platform to deploy the next generation of laser projectors.
Films from across the world will be screened at the upcoming 11th edition of the Dharamshala International Film Festival, which is set to be held from November 3-6 at the Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts in McLeod Ganj, Dharamshala. The movies will be screened at inflatable theatres.
Multiplex chain Inox Leisure is presenting the Coldplay concert live on the big screen October 29. The live broadcast will allow fans to experience Coldplay’s acclaimed Music of the Spheres show, which has been a huge success across the globe.
The Confederation of Indian Industry, in partnership with various stakeholders, is organizing its flagship initiative of CII’s media and entertainment vertical: the 11th CII Big Picture Summit. The two-day summit will take place on November 16-17 at Hotel Le Meridien in New Delhi.
Miraj Cinemas, which calls itself India’s fastest-growing multiplex chain, has opened three-screen multiplex in Faridabad to provide the best-in-class cinema experience coupled with modern technology. The newly launched multiplex has a total seating capacity of 689 seats.
The Confederation of Indian Industry, in partnership with various stakeholders, is organizing the 11th CII Big Picture Summit. The two-day summit will take place November 16-17 at the Hotel Le Meridien in New Delhi.
For the first time in more than thirty years, cinema lovers in Kashmir, the northernmost geographical region of the Indian subcontinent, will be able to see films on the big screen. Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha this week inaugurated the valley’s first multiplex in the Sonawar area of the city.
Cinépolis, India’s first international and the world’s second largest movie theatre circuit by attendance, has announced the screening of an exclusive set of matches of the Asia Cup Live in partnership with Asian Cricket Council.