The present may be digital, but don’t discount the future of film
‘A DCP is a digital cinema package, a hard drive with a movie loaded onto it. Most of the world’s cinemas now plug these into digital projectors, which they have been encouraged to install by the major studios over the past decade, at vast expense. Someone presses a button and the movie runs, usually without a hitch. What could be wrong with that?’
Paul Byrnes answers this question in an article in the newspaper, ‘The Age’.