Qube waives off VPF for movies to support producers

After the failed meeting of producers with Qube yesterday, Bharathiraja of TFAPA has announced not to release any new Tamil films. Qube has condemned the decision of Bharathiraja since theater owners will be affected because of it. But now, Qube has announced a 100% waiver of Virtual Print Fee (VPF) for November 2020 for all filmmakers to help release new movies post lockdown.

Qube believes that all stakeholders in the industry must support each other during the revival. They have taken this important decision considering the Diwali festival, which falls on November 14. They also hope to see audiences celebrating in style back at the theaters, and wish everyone a prosperous Diwali.

This decision of Qube has brought smiles among the theater owners and audiences who have been waiting to see a new release in theaters for a long time.