Film-to-digital Conversion Threatens Some Drive-ins
It's an unmistakable sound: The steady, crackling flutter of a film projector at work. But that will soon be a sound of the past, it seems. Hollywood's moviemakers are phasing out film stock for cheaper, higher-quality digital formats, a move that could signal the final frame for many of the nation's 368 remaining drive-ins, torchbearers of the 35 mm celluloid era....
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