This year’s 14th Mumbai Film Festival which is being organized by the Mumbai Academy of Moving Image (MAMI) is surely to make its presence felt and how! This year, they have established a key milestone in the battle against film piracy by joining forces with former Deputy Inspector General of Police and Mumbai-ATS Chief A. A. Khan and engaging the services of A.A. Khan and Associates, an organization widely considered to be a pioneer in the anti-movie piracy operations in the country. The festival that stands committed to combat ‘Piracy at Source’ with the anti-piracy mechanism adopted at its forthcoming edition and endeavors to build solidarity between India and the international cinematic fraternity.
Speaking on the occasion, Aftab Ahmed Khan (CEO, AA Khan & Associates & Ex. Inspector General & Founder ATS) said, “We are proud to partner with MAMI for the prestigious 14th Mumbai Film Festival and helping them fight the menace of piracy. Over the past decade, piracy in all forms has become quite rampant across the globe and it is important that people, organizations, policy makers as well as keepers of the law work together to eradicate this problem that affects the social and economical ethos of our country and the world.”