Small theaters struggle as Hollywood goes digital

Small theaters struggle as Hollywood goes digital

By GRANT SCHULTE The Associated Press
Published Sep 9, 2012 07:53PM MDT
Crete, Neb. • The Isis Theatre hasn’t changed much since it opened 86 years ago in southeast Nebraska, a stone’s throw from the grain elevator and railroad tracks that cut through town. But in the past few years, the movie industry has changed dramatically, and unless the Isis’ owner comes up with $85,000 soon to pay for new digital equipment, residents of Crete, Neb., may have to drive 40 miles to Lincoln for a night at the movies. It’s a prospect that owner Thom Reeves doesn’t want to ponder, ...
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