Technicolor's facility in Bangkok, Thailand, will close at the end of the month. Staff at the long-established plant have been told that their last day will be March 27 and that the facility will…
With hundreds of drive-in theaters expected to close at the end of the year once studios stop distributing 35mm film prints, Honda is backing a national effort to save the screens built around car…
On the eve of the CineEurope exhibitors' conference in Barcelona, a report published by research org Screen Digest has revealed that the conversion of theaters to digital projection across the world…
35mm film stock may be on its way out, but as far as Kodak is concerned, it’s not dead yet. The venerable Rochester, N.Y.-based firm, much shrunken in bankruptcy, has pacted to supply Fox with motion…
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.
While shooting digital may be the prevailing trend for everything from micro-budget indies to blockbuster tentpole releases like "Skyfall," it was never an option for "Lincoln," as far as director…
Giantscreen format prompted unusual workflow
In another sign of the decline of release prints, Technicolor and Deluxe have struck a pact by which Technicolor Europe will subcontract all 35mm bulk release printing to Deluxe Europe.
The death knell for 35mm film has just gotten a lot louder.
As arthouse exhibitors grapple with tighter budgets and a continued economic slump, many are debating the pros and cons of going digital.
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