MUMBAI: Whistling Woods International (WWI) recently announced their partnership with Entertainment Partners as their Technology Partners. Through this affiliation, Entertainment Partners movie production software EP Budgeting & Scheduling will now be available to the WWI students studying movie production.
EP Budgeting & Scheduling, which was earlier known as Movie Magic is being used in the US for the past 40-50 years. Recently, high-end Indian production houses like Dharma Productions, Yash Raj Films, Mukta Arts, etc have adopted this software. Lagaan was the first Indian movie where the software was introduced here
"We are really happy to have Entertainment Partners as our technology partners. We always strive to give the latest & the best technologies to our students. We have our new production lab where the EP Budgeting & Scheduling software will be available. WWI will not only encourage its students to work on this software but also make available to ex-students as well as Industry A-listers", said Whistling Woods International president Meghna Ghai Puri.
WWI has also recently opened a production lab in association with their technology partner – Entertainment Partners. "It is great to partner with such a high-status institute. After this association, we are planning to conduct more & more workshops not only for the students from WWI about also others as well", said Entertainment Partners vice president, Marketing and Sales Richard Guay.
Among companies that have extended their hands to work in close partnership with Whistling Woods International include Apple (where WWI is the first Apple Authorised Training Centre (AATC) for Education in India ), Sony, Kodak, Fuji Film, Adam Audio, AMD, Apogee Digital, ARRI, Audient, Belden, Loud Technology, Nortel, Nvidia, Recording Architecture, Rode, Sennheiser, Softimage, Sound Devices, Spectracine and Toon Boom.