Hamilton Movie Theater opens eyes with new digital films

posted by Michael Zoldessy on October 10, 2007 at 7:40 am

HAMILTON, NY — Now the classic Hamilton Theater will be able to show films digitally. It’ll give the the theater access to a whole new slate of pictures using this technology.

The Hamilton Movie Theater has gone digital, which for lovers of indie films and documentaries, is very good news.

The downtown theater, a short walk from Colgate’s campus, has installed computer equipment and a digital projector that allow it to show new films that historically have been available only in major markets such as Los Angeles and New York City.

“It’s brand new for us and a bit experimental,” said theater manager Chuck Fox ‘70. “It gives us immediate access to art and independent films that we never had before.”

For more, go to the news site for Colgate University.

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