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Bulgaria's Kino Arena commits to RealD 3D

Dec 4, 2012

Kino Arena, Bulgaria’s largest cinema chain, tapped RealD as the exclusive 3D technology provider across the circuit. Plans call for RealD 3D technology to be installed initially across 44 Kino Arena screens, including all seven screens of the flagship Kino Arena, which is expected to open at Bulgaria Mall on Dec. 21.

Kino Arena currently operates ten cinema locations across six major cities, with a total of 77 screens including two standalone multiplexes with the country’s biggest cinema auditoriums.

As of Sept. 21, RealD was installed in approximately 21,500 screens by roughly 900 exhibitors in 68 countries.


Bulgaria's Kino Arena commits to RealD 3D

Dec 4, 2012

Kino Arena, Bulgaria’s largest cinema chain, tapped RealD as the exclusive 3D technology provider across the circuit. Plans call for RealD 3D technology to be installed initially across 44 Kino Arena screens, including all seven screens of the flagship Kino Arena, which is expected to open at Bulgaria Mall on Dec. 21.

Kino Arena currently operates ten cinema locations across six major cities, with a total of 77 screens including two standalone multiplexes with the country’s biggest cinema auditoriums.

As of Sept. 21, RealD was installed in approximately 21,500 screens by roughly 900 exhibitors in 68 countries.

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