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Interesting article in the WSJ with link to Bel-Air cicuit list:
http://professional.wsj.com/article/...718181572.html#
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So I guess Peter is part of the "gator circuit".

I haven't heard of Jeff Cooper. Has anyone seen any of his theaters?
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I have seen iphone shots of a couple, his side walls are scalloped for acoustical effect.

The problem with the real BelAir circuit is that they use regular cinema equipment. they hardly push the envelope with experimental gear.

It is good that these guys are finally letting the public see how they watch movies, it will inspire growth in my business.
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What happens to DCI content after it has left a theater engagement?
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Hi Lon, The drives are normally recycled by technicolor, maybe even destroyed.

On rare instances they can be transferred to other circuits in town and a new key is re-issued. We are trying to do that with wrath of the titans at Skoll next week. Got a letter from a/the top Warner producer urging the studio to do so.
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Thanks Peter
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OH how I dream about DCI type content for consumer market, not necessarily day and time of theatrical release but DCI type content...
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Originally Posted by Ericglo View Post

So I guess Peter is part of the "gator circuit".

I haven't heard of Jeff Cooper. Has anyone seen any of his theaters?

Here are a couple of links for you:

http://www.jeffcooper.com/

http://www.amazon.com/Building-Recor.../dp/0916899004
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