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April 05, 2020




Gerry Frank

Thank you Paul, especially for the memories "Film dissolved into pixels in 2013. Cast iron was traded for silicone. Reels and splicing tape and huge, heavy machines are shuttered in dark places out of the way. The projection booth is now like looking out from the inside of a Christmas tree. Twinkly lights everywhere. LEDs, not the beautiful flickering movies rattling out the business end of a projector—a little of the show reflected onto the walls and ceilings of the small, black room. Touch screens and LAN lines now."

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