This week on Sprouts, Toni Pennacchia talks with Daniel Kamil and Emily Steffian, owners and operators of the Cable Car Cinema and Cafe in Providence, Rhode Island, about the current state of the independent cinema business. In March 2013, the Cable Car launched a Kickstarter campaign to assist them in the transition to digital projection, which all independent cinemas are required to do.

Production assistance for this episode came from Paul Elsnau of MergingArts Productions.

The Sprouts theme music is “Torpedoes on Tuesday” by Poison Control Center.

ON Sprouts | April 10, 2013 | 12:00 pm

The Future of Independent Cinema

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This week on Sprouts, Toni Pennacchia talks with Daniel Kamil and Emily Steffian, owners and operators of the Cable Car Cinema and Cafe in Providence, Rhode Island, about the current state of the independent cinema business. In March 2013, the Cable Car launched a Kickstarter campaign to assist them in the transition to digital projection, which all independent cinemas are required to do.

Production assistance for this episode came from Paul Elsnau of MergingArts Productions.

The Sprouts theme music is “Torpedoes on Tuesday” by Poison Control Center.

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