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The Death of Film: After Hollywood Goes Digital, What Happens to Movies?
Aug 27, 2014
Jason Gwynn & Jay Sheldon
If you enjoyed this short, you may also want to read Matthew Dessem's essay at The Dissolve about the challenges of preserving movies in a digital age. "Unless the unique challenges of digital preservation are met," he writes, "we run the risk of a future in which a film from 1894 printed on card stock has a better chance of surviving than a digital film from 2014."
Author: Chris Heller
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