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A film about a weird and wonderful double feature revival theater dedicated to 35mm & cinema since 1978  - and why it still matters.
A film about a weird and wonderful double feature revival theater dedicated to 35mm & cinema since 1978 - and why it still matters.
859 backers pledged $81,570 to help bring this project to life.

Exciting times!

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Hello to all of my adored backers!

If you haven't heard, Out of Print was picked up for distribution and was released on VOD last month!  (All of the platforms it is available on are listed below.)

If you are a backer who is still owed a DVD - fear not! They will be available by Christmas! I will check in closer to then to get any updated addresses and what not...

I couldn't have made Out of Print without your support, and I am so very proud of it. 

In addition to coming out digitally, Out of Print has also been touring the world in 35mm, and will be playing 5 dates in the UK in September! 

I'm hoping to tour along with the film and use the opportunity to continue documenting independent cinemas! 

I want to create a series of mini-docs, each one featuring a single cinema in the UK - documenting their employees, projectionists, regulars - and discovering the unique community that each cinema has. 

I have a set up a Go Fund Me for filming in the UK and would really love if you could help spread the word! 

https://www.gofundme.com/juliamarchese

Thank you again for everything! And if you've watched the film, I would love to hear your feedback! :) 

iTunes - http://apple.co/29bGlfm 

Amazon - http://amzn.to/29j58sd 

Time Warner Cable - http://bit.ly/29d7fzi 

Vudu - http://bit.ly/29d7pXy 

Comcast Xfinity - http://bit.ly/29z0VSC 

Hoopla - http://bit.ly/29z1ewr 

Google Play - http://bit.ly/29aTPoE

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    1. Paul Maskell on August 21, 2016

      Great news. So glad to hear the film is getting out there.

      Looking forward to seeing it on the big screen when you get to the UK.