Fang Zei said:
Has the OT ever been exhibited theatrically as a dcp???? The Lowry master, aside from being used for its initial purpose in the 2004 dvd release, has only ever been used for hd broadcasts and the blu-rays. They've never used it to make a dcp for theatrical exhibition, not to my knowledge anyway.
Christie brought the force of cutting edge digital cinema technology to the biggest
Star Wars party ever – Celebration IV – with the first-ever back-to-back, six-episode
Saga marathon in the U.S. on May 23, 2007.
The state-of-the-art digital screening of all six Star Wars episodes on the world’s
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The screening marks the first time all Star Wars episodes had been theatrically
presented in story order (from Episode I to Episode VI), and drew thousands
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Digital Micromirror Device™
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