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Major cinemas to exhibit digital movies

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Major cinemas to exhibit digital movies

Post  Admin on Sun Sep 16, 2012 12:41 am

Over 50 cinemas across the country including popular ones like Sony (Dhaka), Monihar (Jessore) and Rajanigandha (Sirajganj) have been equipped to exhibit digital movies.

Digital film Bhalobashar Rang, directed by Shaheen Sumon, will be released simultaneously in 58 big cinemas on October 5.

The movie starred by two new faces Bappi Chowdhury and Mahia Mahi, Bhalobashar Rang will be the first digital movie to get commercial release in over 50 cinemas.

More digital movies such as Kanamachhi are ready to get commercial release in the cinemas. Introduction of such equipment in the cinemas will open door for the independent filmmakers in the country to exhibit digital movies in the cinemas, which had been their big demand.

The idea behind the demand was to decrease production cost and help the young makers to experiment more.

It happened following an intervention of Bangladesh Film Development Corporation in the backdrop of shortage of quality mainstream movies in the country for which cinemas have been struggling to exist.

The state run service provider FDC came up with plans of purchasing required equipment to facilitate the digital filmmakers in the last fiscal year.

A major share of the government allotted taka 59.28 crores had been used to purchase equipment for digital filmmaking.

But the problem remained in the exhibition channel. But, after placing the demand repeatedly, the exhibitors also showed interest as they were failing to make business by running the mainstream films.

But, digitally made movies still have limitations, since most of the major film festivals do not accept digital films for screening.

Introduction of such digital movies in large scale may decrease the scope for the filmmakers of getting producers and to participate in foreign film festivals, concerned people.

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