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Long exposure of pedestrians walking in front of Brooklyn Heights Cinema in Brooklyn Heights, New York. Brooklyn HeightsCinema is one of the very last movie theaters to show first run films in 35mm and will be making the shift to digital, summer 2013.
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Projectionist Bryan Diego, 34, poses with a projector at work at Brooklyn Heights Cinema, in Brooklyn Heights, New York.
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Bryan Diego at work in the projection booth at Brooklyn Heights Cinema, in Brooklyn Heights, New York.
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Bryan Diego at work in the projection booth at Brooklyn Heights Cinema, in Brooklyn Heights, New York.
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Close-up of 35mm movie film.
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Bryan Diego edits film at the edit bay inside the projection booth at Brooklyn Heights Cinema, in Brooklyn Heights, New York.
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Bryan Diego edits film at the edit bay inside the projection booth at Brooklyn Heights Cinema, in Brooklyn Heights, New York.
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Bryan Diego edits film at the edit bay inside the projection booth at Brooklyn Heights Cinema, in Brooklyn Heights, New York.
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Bryan Diego edits film at the edit bay inside the projection booth at Brooklyn Heights Cinema, in Brooklyn Heights, New York.
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The edit bay inside the projection booth at Brooklyn Heights Cinema, in Brooklyn Heights, New York.
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Bryan Diego inspects a projector bulb inside the projection booth at Brooklyn Heights Cinema, in Brooklyn Heights, New York.
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Bryan Diego feeds movie film through the projector at Brooklyn Heights Cinema, in Brooklyn Heights, New York.
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Projectionist Bryan Diego poses inside the projection booth at Brooklyn Heights Cinema, in Brooklyn Heights, New York.
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Kenn Lowy, owner of Brooklyn Heights Cinema, poses inside the projection booth of the theater.
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The exterior of the Bombay Theater in Utopia, Queens, New York. The Bombay theater is one of the last theaters in New York to show first run films in 35mm. They are also one of the only theaters to exclusively show “Bollywood” films.
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Projectionist Malik Nadeem works inside the projection booth at Big Cinemas Bombay Theater in Utopia, Queens, New York.
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A projector inside the projection booth at Big Cinemas Bombay Theater in Utopia, Queens, New York.
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Malik Nadeem poses with a projector inside the projection booth at Big Cinemas Bombay Theater.
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The edit bay inside the projection booth at Brooklyn Heights Cinema, in Brooklyn Heights, New York.
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Theater manager Vince Li, 28, works inside the projection booth of the Bombay Theater in Utopia, Queens, New York.
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Movie film is led from a reel to a projector inside the projection booth of the Bombay Theater in Utopia, Queens, New York.
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Empty film reels.
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Boxes of old films are stacked inside the projection booth of the Bombay Theater in Utopia, Queens, New York.
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The lobby of Big Cinemas Bombay Theater