MUMBAI: The Digital Cinema Show 2006 at the Nehru Centre started off a little slow, but soon picked up pace by early afternoon. Today’s conference included interesting sessions from industry experts in the field of digital cinema and the making of digital films. The topics of discussion included cost effective cinema solutions, digital cinema technologies, quality control and digital film production.
The morning session on ‘Make Digital movies with 35mm quality with DV prices’ by Ashish Bhavsar from Arya Creations inaugurated the 3-day long conference, ending Sunday. Over the 3-days, hot topics like the latest imaging solutions, production of digital films, distribution and exhibition of digital movies, storage solutions, animations for digital cinema and more will be discussed and dissected. The exhibition is also featuring special film screenings all day at the conference hall at Nehru Centre.
The list of exhibitors included ADI Media Ltd, The Forge, Mhatre Electronics, Pooja Electronics, Quantel, Studio Assist, The FX Factory, Trans Electric, Visual Technologies, Western Digital and Yasuka Corporation displaying products from film recorders, cameras, lights, projectors, hard disks from HP, DVD recorders, digicams, monitors, displays, tripods to special effect filters, diffusers, studio items, production software and hardware. Visitors profile included audiographers, cinematographers, videographers, animators, editors, directors, producers, film exhibitors, equipment rental houses and others, both on the technical and the creative side from the film and television business.