Hollywood is forcing theaters to either go digital or go dark. Studios have decided they will no longer send out film prints of new releases after 2014, eliminating the need for a 35mm film projectionist in most theaters. Going Dark profiles two projectionists during their last days on the job.
Directors: Jason Gwynn, Jay Sheldon
Produced by Jason Gwynn
Music by Jonathan Paulsen
Cinematography by Jason Gwynn
Co-cinematographer Jay Sheldon
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