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Sundance 2015 Is The First Year In The Festival's History With No 35mm Feature Film Screenings

  15.01.26 1:10pm

"We started this in ‘02, and I was like, ‘You know, we’re going to shoot 35mm negative. And I think it’ll still be around 12 years from now,’" Richard Linklater recently told The Verge about "Boyhood." "It felt like it was sort of the end of that era." But even the filmmaker, who is still a strong advocate for the analog format, couldn't have predicted that just one year after his Oscar nominated film premiered in Park City, the Sundance Film Festival wouldn't be showing anything on 35mm at all.

 

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