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The film was Magnificent!
"Samsara" opens in New York

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Written by: Dennis Furbush, New YorkDate: 27.08.2012
"Samsara" on opening night in New York at the Sunshine cinema. Image by Dennis Furbush

Iím uploading a video of the introductions now, but they donít have any light in auditorium so every time I zoomed, it went dark! Very strange.

But the film was magnificent!

I got a seat in the 3rd row front (not my favorite place but all others behind me were taken). The image was incredibly sharp. It was a huge screen. This is the first digital projection I have seen as I donít go out to the movies, just see films at Museum of Modern Art and the NY Film Festival.
 
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"Samsara" is a Triumph of the Moving Image

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Advert from 26.08.2012 in New York Times

I asked an usher at the end if this was digital and he didnít know! I said, ďDonít you work here?Ē and he said, ďItís my first day.Ē So another younger usher (18 yrs old, 16 yrs old?) and he said it was 4k digital. I asked what was the medium they use, like a blu-ray disc and he said no, a hard drive.

Simply amazing, I had no idea.
 
26.08.2012: Hot Box Office:

Oscilloscope-released "Samsara" had many reasons to celebrate as well. The Ron Fricke- and Mark Magidson-directed documentary -- which is a non-verbal continuation of the 1992 film "Baraka" -- grossed $73,792 from two screens, averaging $36,896. That's the fifth best debut of the year in terms of per-theater average (after "Moonrise," "Rome," "Sleepwalk" and "Beasts of the Southern Wild") and the best overall for a documentary.

Full story from indywire.com


 
"Samsara" on opening night in New York at teh Sunshine cinema. Image by Dennis Furbush 
"Samsara" on opening night in New York at teh Sunshine cinema. Image by Dennis Furbush 
"Samsara" on opening night in New York at teh Sunshine cinema. Image by Dennis Furbush 
  
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