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Digital-Video Projection Promises Big Money for the Entertainment Industry--and Big Changes in the Way We Go to the Movies
By Ian Grey
Frank Barron has spent
27 of his 46 years at the movies. Literally. He's projected 35mm images
on screens all over the Baltimore area--at Westview Cinemas, the Edmondson
Drive-In, the Mayfair, the legendary Howard, and now Hoyts Cinemas Westminster
9. But a technological revolution is afoot in the art of showing movies--the
coming of digitally shot, digitally projected movies, heralded by the
all-digital Star Wars: Episode II--Attack of the Clones. And Frank Barron
is liable to be a casualty.
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