Comic Con, India is dedicated to expanding India’s popular culture by creating high profile events that cater to fans of not only comics but also Movies. The Telugu Film Industry, iMovie Cop and the Motion Picture Dist. Association, India Pvt. Ltd. joined hands to launch Comicorner at the 2014, Comic Con held in Hyderabad between 11-12 October.
Rajkumar A, chairman – Anti Video Piracy Cell, Telugu Film Industry said, “iMovieCop is glad to be a part of this joint initiative of the Telugu Film Industry and MPDA at ComiCorner, Comic Con 2014. For the “Movie Cop” this is indeed a great platform to connect with movie enthusiasts, have fun and create awareness about film piracy.”
Comicorner aimed to engage audiences at Comic Con with fun activities which included “Creating your own comic”. It presented a unique opportunity to engage with the industry and consumers to educate them on copyright and content protection through interactive activities.
“Comic Corner is a unique platform and an opportunity for creative minds to express themselves by creating their own comic strip. We believe that this initiative in association with the Telugu Film Industry will resonate well with audiences at Comic Con, as we continue to encourage and promote creativity and respect for original artistic works,” said Uday Singh, MD, Motion Picture Dist. Association, India.