Wednesday, 30 January 2013

Shemaroo gets Maha govt tender for digital restoration

Shemaroo Entertainment, the content aggregator and distributor, has bagged a project of government of Maharashtra to digitally restore 4,000 minutes of content.
According to the agreement, the company needs to restore several of short films and documentaries from negative/print.

Hiren Gada, director, Shemaroo Entertainment, said, “We are honoured to get an opportunity to serve the Govt. of Maharashtra and digitally restore many of its films and documentaries. The process will enable us to save content from getting lost.”
Shemaroo had set up its in-house digital post production studio in 2001. It has restored more than 450 films till date. Shemaroo has worked with many of the known players in the industry to restore their content, namely, Yash Raj Films and Vinod Chopra Productions among others.


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