14 November 2012 8:00 AM, PST | TribecaFilm.com | See recent Tribeca Film news »

Note: This event was rescheduled from an earlier date. If you previously submitted an RSVP for the original date, please RSVP again to ensure your seat on Monday, November 19. Tribeca invites you to a free conversation exploring the Future of Film, held at The Varick Room at Tribeca Cinemas: The (Literal) Future of Film As the digital revolution changes filmmaking as we know it, a complicated and often divisive question has emerged: What - if anything - is lost when filmmakers transition from film to digital? Can film survive the digital future?* Cinematographer Reed Morano (Frozen River, For Ellen, The Magic of Belle Isle) and picture and sound editor Pete Conlin (founder of Sixteen19, the first mobile post production company focused solely on digitally acquired features and TV series) will debate the merits of their respective mediums, followed by an audience Q and A. Afterwards, network, mingle and continue the »

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