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Movie Houses of Worship

  13.05.08 10:46am

What do the six movie theaters listed in the headline have in common? Besides being six places I’ve never personally been to, they’re all businesses currently campaigning on Kickstarter to raise money for digital projectors. With Hollywood’s plan to completely cease film print distribution this year, many independent movie houses are trying not to become extinct as well. But most can’t afford the transition to digital and must crowd-fund for the costs . So, here’s a little highlight of each cinema, what’s apparently so great about it and the status of its fundraising goal

See the theatres here: http://www.filmschoolrejects.com/features/movie-houses-of-worship-bijou-art-cinemas-eaton-theatre-kuhn-cinema-northwest-film-forum-rio-theater-and-towne-cinema.php