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Filmotomy Podcast Episode 36: The Decline of Cinema Attendance

The Filmotomy Podcast takes a trip to the movie theater this week, wondering why the auditorium is not full. Host Bianca Garner has the projector running, with Rob Motto, Mark Ziobro, and new-to-the-show Doug Jamieson from The Jam Report, handing out popcorn and peanuts. The discussion looks at why cinema-going has become more and more frequent over the years. Too expensive? The movies have gotten worse? There’s too much choice with video on demand? The gang look for answers, and ask further questions. Have a listen, subscribe to iTunes and SoundCloud, and all your comments are eagerly anticipated.


Sources include from various cinema broadcast ads (Ki-Ora, Butterkist, Coca-Cola, Vue, Cornetto); films (Inglorious Basterds, Trainwreck, Cape Fear); trailers (Jaws, The Little Mermaid, The Terminator); music (Ennio Morricone from the film Cinema Paradiso); sound effects (projector starting and stopping, Nokia ringtone, Nokia SMS tone, drink slurping, opening soda, eating popcorn, intermission, previews).



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