Wednesday, 7 December 2011

Digital Screen Network.

The Digital Screen Network is a network created by the UK Film Council and the Arts Council England to help independent films, restored classics, foreign language films and documentaries get into the cinemas.  It does this by equipping cinemas with digital projection technology. This means that film makers can make a digital copy of their film (costing a lot less than to make a print) to give to cinemas, meaning they can make more copies and have more of a chance of their film being seen.

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