September 28, 2015 - Gone are the days when every movie theater in the country was equipped to project film. With the rise of digital cinema, movies are now cheaper and easier to produce, distribute, and exhibit than ever before.
But what about those theaters that can’t afford to purchase digital projectors? What about those filmmakers who cherish the physical dimension of film and its inimitable impact on the visual quality of a movie? And what about the potential loss of the medium so central to the history of cinema: the very material on which movies were produced and projected for the first century of the form’s existence?