AYT #53: Digital Frustrations, Oscar Predictions

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This week, Joe and Erik discuss who should win, who will win and who was snubbed by the Oscars this year. But before they get to that, it’s time to finally dive in to the digital vs. film discussion. With PIFF 36 seeing a lot of change this year in that area, the hosts discuss their own experiences and how digital cinema can be improved, with just a few simples changes.

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  1. PIFF definitely kept me away from some screenings I would have otherwise seen at the Hollywood Theater; specifically the Black Film Festival 35mm screenings, and the digital with live organ (the musical instrument) screening of WINGS. (REPO: THE GENETIC OPERA with live organ would have been a different matter.)

    I’ll occasionally skip a PIFF screening for a movie somewhere else (like HEAVEN’S GATE at the Hollywood a couple of years ago) but this time there were so many that I just wrote them all off. Missed seeing PAPER MOON at 5th Avenue during PIFF, too.

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