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Studio interview: Professor Teng Jimeng talks on IMAX and Beijing Film Festival

04-26-2012 14:06 BJT

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For more on the exploding popularity of IMAX theatres in China and the ongoing Beijing Film Festival, we are joined in the studio by Professor Teng Jimeng from the Beijing Foreign Studies University.

Q1: IMAX Theatres and 3D films have become a powerful combination when it comes to raking in record box office revenues. Why is that?

Q2: The Beijing film festival is just in its second year, but has already attracted heavy weights in the film industry like director James Cameron. What do you think is the reason behind all the attention and what path do you think the Beijing Film Festival should take in the future?

Editor:Wang Xiaomei |Source: CNTV.CN

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