Perfect Storm has been building quietly, but look for it to break loudly in the weeks and months to come.
David S. Cohen
So the cycle of history is: Cinema gets a head start, TV catches up, cinema panics and lurches forward. Repeat.
The end of print distribution of films brings with it not just the close of an era, but also the potential loss of livelihood for many who work both inside and outside of the entertainment industry.
Tech innovations had made the basics of 35mm projection so easy and safe that a high-schooler could handle a multiplex. But they'd also led to degraded prints.
The conversion of theaters to digital in the U.S. is almost complete, and the end of movies on film is in sight.
CinemaCon honoree Kathleen Kennedy isn't inclined to analyze her own success, but looking back she sees two keys: hard work and flexibility.
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