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China's Revival gets IMAX boost

By Patrick Frater on June 15, 2011

The biggest Chinese film of the summer is literally that, the biggest, thanks to its simultaneous release on conventional and IMAX screens. Beginning Of The Great Revival (previously known as Birth of a Party), a big budget propaganda film timed to coincide with the 90th anniversary of the Communist Party of China, was released today in several thousand cinemas across the country. Directed by Han Sanping and Huang Jianxin, the film was made conventionally and converted into IMAX, where it now plays on 20 of the 24 commercial screens in China. As such it is only the second non-English language feature to be made for IMAX, after another Chinese film, Aftershock, was the pioneer. Read More On Film Business Asia...