Friday, June 2, 2023

The Movie Going Experience Throughout History

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Cinematic Release is back! This episode, Jeremiah is joined by Kori as they take a look at how people have watched movies since their inception. From the magic lanterns and nickelodeons to the studio grand palaces, through the dingy small theatres in the 60’s and 70’s to the multiplexes of today, we’re looking at how our movie-watching culture has developed through history.

Do you remember what movie theatres were like as a kid? We want to know! Check out our thread and tell us your memories!

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  • Jeremiah

    Jeremiah lives in Los Angeles and divides his time between living in a movie theatre and writing mysteries. There might also be some ghostbusting being performed in his spare time.

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