“It costs about $1,500 to print one copy of a movie on 35 mm film and ship it to theaters in its heavy metal canister. Multiply that by 4,000 copies — one for each movie on each screen in each multiplex around the country — and the numbers start to get ugly. By comparison, putting out a digital copy costs a mere $150.”
—LA Weekly — who else? — foretells the death of 35mm film and everything it’ll take to the grave with it including your local art-house theater. Oh, and all the prettiest moving images imaginable.