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Getting a Close-Up of the Silent-Film Era

  13.08.16 9:59am

From the days of Thomas Edison, the New York area has been a big part of the film industry, and now modern technology is turning some of the strip malls and storage sheds of New Jersey and New York into silent-movie shrines.

Read the story here: http://www.nytimes.com/2013/08/16/nyregion/getting-a-close-up-of-the-silent-film-era.html?_r=0