Tarantino Calls Digital Film ‘death Of Cinema’
Few films have ever sent the kind of shockwave “Pulp Fiction” did 20 years ago. While he granted its revolutionary impact influenced movies for years, he said he was merely part of “a movement in the air” to upend the safer, lighter movies of the ’80s. But Tarantino was more interested in talking about the present than the past. “As far as I’m concerned, digital projection and DCPs is the death of cinema as I know it,” said Tarantino, referring to digital cinema packages.
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