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large-format

adj
(Photography) of or relating to a camera with an image area of 5 inches by 4 inches or more
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Creative Artists Agency will represent the large-format entertainment company as it tries to strategically position itself as a new distribution avenue for certain new films that would debut in IMAX format on the same day they are released in regular theaters.
The large-format advertising segment has been growing about 10 to 15 percent faster than the total advertising market, according to figures from the London-based Zenith Media.
They slowly began to expand the company's sphere to where it is today--a busy production house working in features, long-form drama and series, with a growing large-format division and a distribution operation.
4 million to date, the highest earning large-format movie ever.
Look, I know this isn't 'Lawrence of Arabia,' '' Stassen says of his latest effort, the 3-D, computer-animated, large-format featurette ``Haunted Castle.
Now 3-D might be poised to make a comeback, but on the very big screen, say Charlotte Huggins and Ben Stassen, the producer and the director, respectively, of the just released 3-D large-format film, ``Encounter in the Third Dimension.