Bulgarian Orphans See First Snow on IMAX Screen

Society | December 6, 2006, Wednesday // 00:00| Views: | Comments: 0
Bulgaria: Bulgarian Orphans See First Snow on IMAX Screen Pop-folk singer Reni shared the eagerness of the children to see the 3D movie "Santa Claus vs The Snowman". Photo by Kameliya Atanasova (Sofia Photo Agency)

Orphans from various parts of Bulgaria saw the first snow for the year on the screen of IMAX's newest 3D feature "Santa Claus vs The Snowman".

Bulgarian super model Magi Valchanova and pop-folk singer Reni took more than 100 children to the movies as part of their traditional charity activities.

After the movie, the little ruffians got presents and dainties from the two ladies in the Cinema City International (CCI)

Children were really surprised with the opportunity to take a picture with the lead characters - Santa Claus and The Snowman.

The movie is a new holiday classic and a heartwarming story for all ages. A lonely snowman comes across Santa Claus' bustling village one Christmas Eve. Jealous of Santa's good fortune, he makes a desperate attempt to capture the spirit of Christmas and win the children's affection for himself.

The unique 3D cinema M-Tel IMAX opened doors in Sofia-based Cinema City International (CCI) this summer. It is the first multiplex on the Balkans with the impressive 12-hall room.

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