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THE PROJECTIONIST

by Abel Ferrara

synopsis

For much of the last half century, Cyprus-born theater operator Nick Nicolaou has lived and breathed the world of New York City cinema. Starting with the Times Square’ adult film houses of the 1970’s and moving through decades of forced change at the hands of city regulation, chain takeovers, and vast cultural shifts, Nicolaou now exists as one of the last truly independent theater owners left standing, as he works to keep his low-cost theaters alive in an industry aiming to push them out. 

international title: The Projectionist
original title: The Projectionist
country: Greece, United States
sales agent: The Match Factory
year: 2019
genre: fiction
directed by: Abel Ferrara
film run: 90'
cinematography by: Ken Kelsch
film editing: Fabio Nunziata
music: Joe Delia
producer: Christos V. Konstantakopoulos, Michael M. Bilandic, Joshua Blum, Katie Stern, Michael Weber
production: Faliro House Productions, Washington Square Films (US)
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