Cinema Treasures is site of the week
posted by Michael Zoldessy on August 8, 2008 at 7:52 am
Cinema Treasures is the site of the week on the AMCTV Blog, Future of Classic.
Whether you’re looking for the best place to see The Dark Knight or trying to find out what happened to the Roxy in New York, Cinema Treasures can help. Film historian Ross Melnick and web designer Patrick Crowley started the site in 2000 to help save classical movie theaters, but it’s really a celebration of moviegoing — past, present and future. “We learned that you can’t classify anyone’s theater as not important,” says Melnick. Though many cinema lovers are preservationists, “People forge this weird bond with their theater no matter what it looks like or how historic it is,” adds Crowley.
Check out the nice write up at the link above.
Keep up the great work I very much injoy your site. We are a seating contractor and your sight is always great reading… who knows maybe someone will buy seating from us.
Dereing Seating & Manufacturing, Inc.
E- mail .com