With the Oscars coming up this weekend, all eyes will take to the small screen to honor the people of the big screen who have done extraordinary film work in this company town. We still call movies films – despite the fact that many of those features are digitally produced from beginning to end. But some filmmakers long for the look and feel of film. The grit of the celluloid. The colors and the grain. And one company is hoping to cash in on that nostalgia…
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