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File photo: 'DMAX' large screens

File photo: "DMAX" large screens

In three years, a total of 100 Chinese cinemas will be equipped with "DMAX" large screens created with Chinese independent technology, according to China Film Group Corporation, Xinhua reported.

The plan, which was announced on Wednesday when the China Film Stellar Theater Chain signed an agreement to purchase 18 of the screens, underlines the country's ambition to break the IMAX dominance of the booming domestic film market.

A series of Chinese-language films will be screened this summer using the DMAX format, including the period fantasy epic "Painted Skin: The Resurrection" and director Chen Kaige's latest feature "Caught in the Web."

(China.org.cn June 29, 2012)




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