DQE plans 3D live action film for kids
K Rajani Kanth
Hyderabad-based animation, gaming and entertainment company DQ Entertainment International, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the AIM-listed DQ Entertainment Plc, is working on a high-definition 3D stereoscopic (with wearable red and blue glasses for viewing pleasure) live action children’s feature film with a budget of euro 21 million (approximately Rs 145 crore).
“The film, based on a popular European fiction novel, will be funded by French production house Method Films in which DQE has a 20 per cent stake. DQE will be doing the animation, rendering (3D work in computer), post-production and composition for which it will be given service revenues. The film will complete production by September 2010 and have a global theatrical release by winter 2010 or beginning of 2011 with the Asian rights remaining with the company,” Tapaas Chakravarti, chairman and chief executive officer of the DQE Group, told Business Standard, while declining to spell out the title of the film.
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