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Since the people actually knowing much more about this than me seem largely reluctant to put it into any answer, I'll give it a first try by linking to some external resources that might give some insight into the matter. First of all the movie itself was shot on a mixture of 65mm IMAX film and 35mm film. The official site of the movie gives some further ...


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TL;DR: Studio executives allow earlier showings of films, although advanced screenings also allow select groups of people early viewings. Long Answer: There could be a variety of reasons for this. Firstly, your question is specifically about The Hunger Games - Mockingjay, Pt. 1. Are you sure the listings you are seeing are just for that film? Quite a few ...


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It was the working title of the film based on his daughters name: Nolan’s father died in 2009, after a year-long battle with cancer that was diagnosed just as the film-maker was finishing Inception, and as Jonah was starting to write Interstellar. His father’s diagnosis was “very much in my mind,” Jonah said, “the connection that you have with your ...


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Simple: it's most likely a marketing strategy. The two tactics employed are called either limited release, or platform release. Limited release is when a movie is released to a limited number of theaters in an effort to gauge the appeal a film may have to a wider audience. Platform release is when they release a film to see what kind of word of mouth it ...


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While it's scored highly among critics and fans alike, it's still an indie film. Indie films just don't have the distribution channels that major studios have. If the film continues to do well and maintain favorable press, it will probably get re-released to theaters like the movie "Chef" did (most likely after an infusion of capital from firms who know ...



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