September 3, 2013

Digital progress at movie theaters



“We are going to screen ‘Star Wars’ and have videotape gathering recollections of people’s first time seeing the movie. The storytelling starts at 6 p.m. with the movie showing at 7 p.m.,” Hart said.

The Hollywood Theater in AuSable Forks is working with the Tahawus Center and held a major fundraiser mid-August.

Old Forge held a gala event in July that raised $30,000 in one night, Hart said.

“It’s been amazing to see the communities rallying for their theaters.”

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