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The Examined Life

Isolation cinema


(Courtesy Anthology Film Archives) Courtesy Anthology Film Archives
By Joshua Glenn
July 3, 2005

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So you'd like to beat the heat this summer by going to the movies, but can't stand rubbing elbows with yakking popcorn-munchers? Avant-garde filmmaker Peter Kubelka felt the same way 35 years ago, so he designed and built the Invisible Cinema: a movie theater with peripheral blinders between the seats intended to eliminate distraction from either side. Did it work ... (Full article: 279 words)

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