I don't think that will matter much. The movement is being driven by the studios, not the Cinemas. They save money on film and shipping. By killing film, they win. If the would offer the choice between the two, it could work differently. Without going digital, the theater owner will soon have nothing to show. Even if you wanted to show older films, they are subject to license by the studios, and even if you owned the prints, film wears and scratches. Without fresh copies, you soon would have nothing to display. Convincing the average film goer of the superiority of film, and have them willing to pay for film projection, like they do 3D, is about the best chance... if that.
Originally Posted by Nelson
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