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Moscow gets new IMAX theater

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Russia’s first Imax theater will open in Moscow on April 4 with the local premiere of helmer Ron Howard’s Academy Award-winning astronaut drama “Apollo 13,” it was announced Thursday.

U.K. film company BFC Media will operate the Imax theater via its wholly-owned Russian subsidiary BFC Cinemas.

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