(c)2013 NPT PHOTO BY NELSON MORAIS Branden Joynt is the owner of the Cinema 4 movie theatre on Heritage Boulevard in Newport. Movies being shown there are now the sharpest available thanks to the recent replacement of 35 mm projectors with digital projectors.
Tuesday, October 22, 2013
(Last modified: 2013-10-22 08:34:17)
Author: Nelson Morais
Source: The Newport Plain Talk

NEWPORT-Hello, digital. Goodbye, 35 mm.That's the new change at the Cinema 4 movie theatre on Heritage Boulevard in Newport.Moviegoers can now marvel at the much clearer pictures and improved soundtracks, says owner Branden Joynt.The other good news is ticket prices will remain the same, at $5 per viewing."It's like watching Blu-ray instead of VHS," explained Joynt of the sharper images on the digital films he receives and is now showing."We've gone from analog sound .. to pure digital, which increases sound a lot," he stated. "It's a huge, huge improvement."He said digital movies he receives on hard drives mailed to him have increased the light, sound, and pure quality of the pictures that were formerly in a 35 mm format.For more details, please see the Tuesday edition of the Newport Plain Talk.

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