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IMAX China National Day file 168 million yuan box office hit a record high 30% over the same period in 2020

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[IMAX China’s National Day box office hit a record high of 168 million yuan, a 30% increase compared to the same period in 2020]During the “Eleventh” Golden Week (September 30 to October 7), IMAX China (01970.HK) reached a record high of 1.68 The box office performance of 100 million yuan broke the record for the best National Day file in history. On the basis of the record-breaking performance in the 2020 National Day file (October 1st to October 8th), this year another impressive increase of 30%, which is the same as 2019 (September 30th to October 7th) Compared with an increase of nearly 40%. At the same time, during the Golden Week, the market share contributed by IMAX increased strongly, and 18 of the top 20 mainland theaters in the country’s box office were IMAX theaters. “Changjin Lake” filmed specially by IMAX has achieved unprecedented box office performance in the National Day file, and has set a number of National Day file records in the IMAX Chinese market.


During the “Eleventh” Golden Week (September 30 to October 7), IMAX China (01970.HK) broke the record for the best National Day file in history with a box office score of 168 million yuan. On the basis of the record-breaking performance in the 2020 National Day file (October 1st to October 8th), this year another 30% increase is achieved, which is the same as 2019 (September 30th to October 7th) Compared with an increase of nearly 40%.

At the same time, during the Golden Week, the market share contributed by IMAX increased strongly, and 18 of the top 20 mainland theaters in the country’s box office were IMAX theaters. “Changjin Lake” filmed specially by IMAX has achieved unprecedented box office performance in the National Day file, and has set a number of National Day file records in the IMAX Chinese market.

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(Source: Golden Ten Data)

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