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    The Man In The Booth

    Man In The Booth shares a brief snapshot of the memories of Motion Picture Film projectionists and what it was like being replaced by computers and digital cinema. This is the story of Motion Pic...

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    Uploaded Jul 28, 2014

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    The Man In The Booth

    Directed by William F. Reed 2014 24 min

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    Uploaded Jul 28, 2014

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    The Man In The Booth

    This award winning short documentary introduces us to the wizards behind the curtains of the movie theatre. In their own words, learn about the artistry and complexity of their craft and how changing technology has relegated them to a figment of a bygone generation.

    In a time when digital cinema has all but wiped out the need for 35mm film, we sit down with the men who have spent their lives projecting the images that have made us laugh, made us cry, and helped transport us to foreign planets and times past.

    A must see for any filmmaker, film-lover and movie-goer. This is the story of the Motion Picture Projectionist.

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