Katz, S.D.
April 2004
Millimeter;Apr2004, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p20
Trade Publication
Features the Institute of Digital Media Technology (IDMT), the largest animation school and studio in China. Description of the facilities at IDMT; Amount paid by students in learning the different aspects of digital production; List of architects behind IDMT's initiative and digital cinema strategies. INSETS: Digital Cinema;Through the Moebius Strip.


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