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Pixar Chooses Christie Digital’s D-Cinema Projector

Christie has sold a DigiPro digital cinema projector to Pixar Animation Studios, which was used in Pixar’s main theater to review the D-Cinema master
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Pixar Chooses Christie Digital’s D-Cinema Projector

Nov 8, 2001 12:00 PM, E. Price

Christie has sold a DigiPro digital cinema projector to Pixar Animation Studios, which was used in Pixar’s main theater to review the D-Cinema master of Monsters, Inc., the new release from Disney and Pixar. Toy Story 2, Disney/Pixar’s 1999 release, was the first film ever to be entirely created, mastered and exhibited digitally. "We are thrilled to be part of Pixar’s new digital cinema theater," said Craig Sholder, director of business development at Christie.

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