The Darkside of cinema

posted by Michael Zoldessy on February 25, 2013 at 5:45 am

CORVALLIS, OR — The independently-owned and operated Darkside Cinema continues to pack them in due to their close relationship with neighboring Oregon State University. Participation in film festivals as well as all types of courses enables the theatre to keep going, even while they continue to screen most films in 35mm.

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GaryParks
GaryParks on February 25, 2013 at 7:49 pm

I highly recommend Darkside Cinema owner Paul Turner’s book, “Prancing Lavender Bunnies,” which is a collection of essays he’s written about the world of operating an independent cinema. There are also stories of when he worked at other, older theatres as well. He really gives a sense of the nitty-gritty of exhibition. As for WHY the funny title, well, you should get the book! After enjoying my copy, I donated it to the Theatre Historical Society Archives, as I felt it gives glimpses into cinematic exhibition not detailed as colorfully anywhere else.

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