Cannes 2014: Quentin Tarantino declares ‘cinema is dead’ ahead of Pulp Fiction screening
Quentin Tarantino has declared “cinema is dead” at the Cannes film festival, where he argued screening films in digital is simply forcing an audience to watch television in public and lambasted established film makers for turning their back on 35 mm film.
Speaking at the festival where the director won the Palme d’Or prize in 1994 for his cult film Pulp Fiction, Tarantino condemned digital projections as a poor substitute for the “real thing”.
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