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3D Already Dying?

Slate has published a great piece on the decline of 3D, which outlines how the format has gradually been losing its profitability since it re-emerged with Polar Express in 2004.  As thousands of new 3D screens opened up, the profits from 3D screenings have been tapering off, which Daniel Engber surmises, “There’s either too much supply or not enough demand.”

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How Hollywood Stars Help Cinema

Considering making your own film and trying to make money?  Read this Slate article on independent cinema’s reliance on Hollywood stars before you max out your credit cards